Boozy Lunch in London

What better time to get the drinks in than as soon as the clock strikes 'almost-socially-acceptable-drinking-time'. Whether you're battling the hangover or just fancy a little lunchtime tipple on the sly, we've rounded up some of our favourite bars for a boozy lunch in London. They all serve food of course - we wouldn't want you getting too drunk now, would we? Take a peek at our recommended spots for a boozy lunch in London.

Last updated on 28th January 2022




Greenwood

194 user reviews 4

Greenwood in Victoria is a sports bar like no other. Serving amazing food that's certain to leave you grinning from ear to ear, the team behind this bar kick things up a notch on Sundays, offering a great bottomless brunch to all its patrons. 

Black Horse

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Fancy a top-notch boozy lunch? Black Horse has got you sorted. Tuck into their hearty dishes; including scotch eggs and their classic loaded flatbreads with spiced tomato zaatar and sumac base, with cocktails and bubbly to wash it all down.

Quaglino's

10 user reviews 4

Looking to impress? Gather your best guys and girls and head to this central London hotspot for some bottomless munching. Drinks are just as good as the dishes, so expect mouthwatering seafood, meaty classics and lunchtime signatures paired with stunning surroundings.

The Prince Albert Camden

79 user reviews 4

Exhibiting all sorts of quirky oddities across their interior, The Prince Albert is a gastro pub in Camden that charms on first glance - even more so when one spots their ever impressive beer and ale selection, most of which have been sourced from local brewers. Pair that with their extra sweet menu of gastro pub classics and you're in for one helluva treat. Head to The Prince Albert, one of our recommended bars for a boozy lunch in London. 

Be At One Islington

2 user reviews 4

Venture Northwards for a little pub lunch special with plenty of booze. Angel's the Nags Head is a quaint pub oozing country side charm with its wooden décor and laid-back atmosphere, perfect for settling down with some hearty pub grub and pint (or two). Wood fired pizzas and the usual spread of burgers, sandwiches and steaks are on offer at this classic drinking den. 

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The Lillie Langtry is a homely pub located a stone's throw away from Earls Court station in West London. Blending traditional with contemporary, the pub boasts a Victorian cocktail lounge downstairs and a kitchen that serves both brunch dishes a selection of different meats from their grill menu. Whether you're catching up with mates after work or enjoying a pub lunch with your family, this West London pub promises to please.

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Based just a stone's throw away from its original sister venue, Tank and Paddle Bishopsgate hopes to draw in the city's many busy workers with its comfort food offering, fun games and home brewed pints of beer. While the kitchen staff roll out freshly made stone-baked pizzas, the bar is busy serving home brewed pints of craft beer and real ale, all created in the giant tanks that stand behind the bar. Created with those boozy lunches in mind, this venue deals exclusively in fun vibes. 

People's Park Tavern

522 user reviews 4

If you're hanging out around Victoria Park one morning with the gang and want a good boozy lunch nearby, then you could do no better than People's Park Tavern. There isn't anywhere quite like it, or indded anywhere that makes you feel so happy to be a Londoner - with its amazing parkside location, friendly daytime atmosphere, great hearty pub menu, and creative craft beers you won't ever want to leave. 

When the menu tells you that prosecco with brunch is only a good thing, you know what you have to do. Come to Balans for brunch and you can enjoy modern brunch dishes washed down by bubbly and cocktails of all sorts.

Bringing a flavour of Spain to locations all over the City, El Vino focusses on tapas-style sharing plates, as well as wine and cocktails. Dine outside in the summer months or escape the rain and dig into lunch and dinners inside.

Smiths of Smithfield

1822 user reviews 4

Smith of Smithfields is a colourful venue that prides itself on catering for every mood. Decorated with distinctly rustic decor, the restaurant's talented team of chefs work with the best cuts of meat that Britain's farmers have to offer, butchering, seasoning and grilling each cut on site before serving it to the many guests that walk through the door. To help wash the copious amounts of comfort food down, the bar offers 60 different types of craft beer and an array of handcrafted cocktails.