July 4th - Independence Day in London
You don't need to be in America to celebrate Independence Day. The 4th of July in London is a massive occasion and a great excuse to party. From classic American diners and bowling to the more exclusive clubs, you can find any kind of party you're looking for. We have put together our pick of the best places to celebrate American Independence Day in London on this July 4th, so you and your friends have the best party ever, American or not!
Last updated on 23rd June 2017
The sell-out bar crawl is back to celebrate the 4th July in true American fashion. We’re talking free shots, five venues, queue jump and frat games all night long. If you love two-storey beer pong, flip cup, table football and more, and enough American-themed decorations to make anyone patriotic, you’re about to celebrate the best Independence Day of your life.
Head to Chelsea's Goat and celebrate 4th July in true American style. Serving delicious American dishes, such as hearty sliders and hotdogs, the team behind the bar will be serving American beers, rye bourbon and a handful of potent cocktails. Anyone for a buttered bourbon old fashioned?
Inspired by the dive bars of the Deep South, Blues Kitchen Camden will be a definite destination for this Independence Day. Taking a new approach to the American diner, enjoy such dishes as BBQ ribs, Po' Boy Sandwiches and Key Lime Pie, that can all be washed down with a range of craft beers, classic cocktails and bespoke bourbons.
With plenty of hearty BBQ food, beer and fun, The Duke's Head in Putney is going all Southern for the 4th. Head over to South London for three BBQ courses, a pint and riverside views.
For a 4th July celebration that you'll never forget, head East and join London's biggest bar crawl. Taking guests to 4/5 of East London's biggest venues - including the likes of Blueberry Bar, Cargo, Trapeze, The Shoreditch, Floripa and Club Aquarium - each guest will be treated to free party accessories, alongside free shots, queue jump privileges and discounted drinks prices. How better to celebrate America's birthday than drinking in East London's most popular bars and clubs?
The States' are celebrating Independence Day and we in the UK are joining in with a hot night of their top talents. Head to Bar Rumba as comedians including Dave Fulton, Scott Capurro and Russel Hicks entertain you with some seriously funny stand-up.