This party bar is a world of festival-inspired rooms, befitting their punchy signature serve. Created with McQueen & The Violet Fog gin, creme de peche, basil syrup, lemon juice, peach bitters and topped with Luc Belaire, London Cocktail Club's Panzanella is a must for gin lovers.
The Best Signature Serves Of London Cocktail Week 2020
London Cocktail Week is one of the most exciting times of the year, brightening up an otherwise gloomy October with £6 cocktails and exclusive discounts at some of London's most famous bars. And this year? They've extended their offerings for an entire month. From Champagne mixes to whisky highballs, pisco sours to enviable mocktails, these bespoke creations are not to be missed out on. Explore our guide to the best signature serves at London Cocktail Week and get your tickets here.
Of course, Laki Kane is offering its guests a slice of tropical paradise from its home in Islington. Indulge in their London Cocktail Week special, Sustainable Vice, a £6 mix of rum, grapefruit and lemon Oleo Saccharum, spiced pineapple tapache, lime cordial and (surprise!) squid ink.
The Jones Family Project is a cool basement bar under one of London's best steak joint. Their LCW signature serves include the £4 non-alcoholic Sober Sombrero with alcohol-free spirit, grapefruit juice, homemade sage syrup and fresh lime juice, keeping your booze-free friends satisfied.
Trailer Happiness have opted for a tiki-tastic signature serve for London Cocktail Week, Playa Vida combines rum, vermouth, cherry liqueur, grapefruit and guava juice for one tropical hit. Perfectly befitting the paradise-styled interiors, it'll transport you back to sunny summer months.
Operating a reservation-only policy for London Cocktail Week, The Lost Alpaca is well worth booking into for their Latin American spirits. As for the signature serve? Hacienda Sour combines rum, Pisco, lime juice, sugar syrup and pasteurised egg white for one fresh hit.
Oriole is a world-renowned bar made up of opulent interiors with an equally impressive range of cocktails. When it comes to their £6 signature, the bar has opted for the 1815 Highball, with Laphroaig Quarter Cask whisky, Amaretto, homemade peated barley syrup and Muscovado tonic.
This contemporary dining spot and bar can be found in the heart of Covent Garden. To match their quintesentially British menu, Tredwells are serving a signature Spiced Bramley Apple Sour with cognac, clove and star anise syrup, bramley apple compote, lemon juice and aquafaba.
This world-famous cocktail bar on Old Street is serving up their own take on a classic as their signature for London Cocktail Week. For £6, guests can sip an Improved Sidecar made up of cognac, forbidden fruit liqueur, grapefruit and lemon juices, then topped with prosecco.
Swift is a legendary Soho bar offering London Cocktail Week revellers the chance to drink in ice cream parlour style interiors, with a brooding basement for when night falls. As for their signature serve? The Scgroppino is a refreshing hit of elderflower liqueur, prosecco and lemon sorbet.
Feeling fancy? For £9, guests at Coupette can get their hands on a stunning Champagne cocktail for London Cocktail Week. Combining Champagne vermouth, sweet vermouth, Muscovado syrup and Moet & Chandon, this premium concoction is a real taste of luxury.
Barrio Angel are going all out with their tequila-laced signature serve for London Cocktail Week. The aptly named Hand Grenade Highball blends El Jimador tequila, green Chartreuse, fresh pomegranate juice and agave syrup for one refreshingly boozy hit.
Social darts and discounted cocktails? It could only be Flight Club. Head to their Bloomsbury outpost for an array of classic cocktails, sharing platters and darts in a Victorian fairground themed setting, rounded off nicely by their Lady Killer signature serve with hibiscus-infused vodka.
Opium is a 1920s Shanghai-inspired speakeasy and dim sum restaurant in Chinatown. If you're visiting for London Cocktail Week, immerse yourself in the theme with their £6 signature Golden Jasmine, which combines Fords Gin, vermouth, melon juice and homemade jasmine cordial.
The Natural Philosopher's Jasmine Martini signature serve complements the bar's approach to creating unique elixirs, with Hendrick's Midsummer gin, MUYU Jasmine Verte and Noilly Prat dry vermouth. Find the bar behind a working Mac repair shop for the £6 concoction this October.
Map Maison is a popular neighbourhood bar with one of London's largest Japanese whisky selections, so of course they're going for a whisky-based signature serve. Try out the El Almendro this LCW, made with Macallan Double Cask, vermouth, whisky bitter and amaretto mist.
Head to the OG party house from The Flatmates this London Cocktail Week and you can sip on Mad Men, made with whisky, vermouth, amaretto, and fresh egg white. What else can you expect from Little Yellow Door? A raucous atmosphere that'll encourage plenty of dancing.
A buccaneer's dream, Burlock is a pirate-inspired haven for sipping rum creations this London Cocktail Week. So, it comes as little surprise their signature Under Hand is made with Santa Teresa 1796 rum, Punt e Mes, Martini Riserva Speciale Rubino, bitter aperitif and cacao bitters.
The Perception At W London is renowned for being a hedonistic party bar in Central London, so it comes as no surprise that they're going all out for LCW. Try one of their four signature serves including The German Italian with Jägermeister Manifest, Martini Rubino vermouth and orange.
Spitalfields' worst kept secret, The Mayor Of Scaredy Cat Town is tucked away behind a Smeg fridge in The Breakfast Club. Head to the not so hidden gem for LCW and you can sip on the signature Scaredy Papa with rum, red wine reduction, pimento dram and lots of other good stuff.
If you've got a penchant for brandy cocktails, this signature serve at Salvador and Amanda Covent Garden is the London Cocktail Week special for you. Salvador's Blazer is a steal at just £6 a glass, with Torres brandy, orange liqueur and a splash of cloudy apple juice.
Apples and Pears are serving not one, but two signature serves for London Cocktail Week this October. If we were to choose a favourite? The Petal to the Netal just about cinches it, with its unique mix of spiced rum, rose liqueur, bitters and interestingly, dried nettles.
This beautiful bar in Hampstead is going botanical for London Cocktail Week with its Son of a Birch £6 signature serve. Created with Bergamot liqueur, Dild Akvavit and homemade birch cordial, the bespoke creation perfectly matches the bar's breezy interiors.
London's most iconic whisky bar is taking part in London Cocktail Week, serving bespoke mixes from an 18ft tree trunk table. If you're swinging by? Try out their £6 Johnnie Walker Afternoon Tea Punch, which is sure to impress with its flavoursome homemade tea blends.
Located down a staircase near Liverpool Street station, Discount Suit Company is a secret bar with stunning mixes and a soundtrack that'll have you dancing on tables. While you're there, try the signature Fair Lady made with gin, pineapple and grapefruit oleo and fresh citrus.
Cahoots is inviting dolls, dames and dapper chappers to their underground bar this London Cocktail Week. Their signature serve, A Scoundral Secret, is a devilishly dark concoction with black vodka, homemade beetroot and honey shrub, and home-infused coconut and basil soda.
In true Scout style, signature serves here will change every week of LCW this October. The Hackney Cosmo will feature the bar's homemade rhubarb ferment, mulberry cordial, hopped-Bombay Sapphire gin and tarragon, embodying their trademark sustainable ethos.
Three Eight Four is a chic small plates restaurant and cocktail bar in Brixton with a tongue-in-cheek signature serve for London Cocktail Week. The £6 Cheeky Monkey is a milk-washed Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky punch infused with nectarine, clove and vanilla pods.
The Forager is a quirky signature cocktail that can be found at Mr Fogg's House of Botanicals this London Cocktail Week. Combining Bombay Bramble gin, Quaglia Pino Mugo liqueur, homemade aquafaba and oak tincture, it's then topped with Mr Fogg's British Lager for a fully floral trip.