Where to Drink Margaritas in London

The sun's out and immediately you get that feeling: you need a margarita. Quite possibly the perfect intersection of refreshing summer drink and sharp party beverage, yet for some reason it's only served by the most exciting venues. Sometimes, it seems like no one knows where to drink margaritas in London... except us! So whether you’re celebrating the warmer months or need a stiff drink to get you through the winter ones, here’s our list of the best margarita bars in London to make sure you drink it properly.

Last updated on 30th January 2020




Bottomless Thursday

Salvador and Amanda captures the flame and sass of Spanish culture in one venue, with its atmospheric, candlelit tables, broody leather seats and commitment to a fiesta! Alongside partying and delicious tapas dishes, they also have a cocktail menu brimming with amazing mixes, making it the best margarita bar in London for those pining for that Spanish spirit.

Barrio Soho

180 user reviews 4

When you're looking to drink one of the more exciting mixed beverages, the first venue that should come to your mind is Barrio. The bar is packed with colourful wooden interiors and quirky objects, and the basement bar comes alive once the DJ starts playing tracks. But if you're looking for where to drink margaritas in London, wait for their 'Amigo Hour' and you can get the delicious tequila drink at an amazing discount.

Boasting a menu of vibrant Middle-Eastern dishes in colourful surroundings, Comptoir Libanais have quickly become a favourite for casual dining in London. However, they also happen to serve up some pretty mouth-smacking margaritas that are well worth a try.

Omeara

35 user reviews 4

When you're not headed to the arches of Omeara for the latest indie gig, it's worth heading to the cantina for a creative margarita. With a menu flush with tequila and mezcal, not only do the bartenders churn out the classics, they're not shy of the unusual either.

Camino Bankside

3 user reviews 5

Camino Bankside has many things going for it: an ideal location moments away from the Thames and the Tate Modern, a consistently buzzing atmosphere from the workers and tourists surrounding it, and delicious Spanish tapas food. But what should really sell it as a bar to drink margarita is that, not only do they offer the classic mix, but they also offer a lagerita. That's a lager and margarita in one. Perfect.