Popular Bars in London, UK
Bars are some of the most popular hangouts among Londoners. Whether it is to meet up with friends or unwind after an ordinary day at work, London has a great bar culture and various delectable beverages to choose from. Here are some of the options you can enjoy in London, whether with a company or alone, playing online slots on your mobile.
Located in West London, this bar offers Italian-Japanese-style cocktails. It’s primarily inspired by the flavours of the Golden Gai district in Tokyo, Japan. The ambience is of a dimly lit place with Japanese lanterns with lively backlights behind the bar. Some of the drinks you can try are Barbaro Fresco, Montanaro Rosso, and Fuji-San. They also have oxidised wines on the menu. There are various bar snacks to try, such as lotus crisps, antipasto bento, and piadine.
If you like something fun and offbeat, Golden Gai is worth a visit.
Spiritland, King’s Cross
If you are a music fan, this café and bar at King’s Cross, North London, is the place for you. It boasts a state-of-the-art audio system. Every night, a different DJ plays live music for the audience seated in comfy retro chairs. There’s no dancefloor as it’s not a nightclub. It’s a café by the day, where you can get your regular lattes and also cold-pressed green juice. Once the pub opens, you can enjoy unique cocktails such as the Red Clay or the Man Child. There’s also craft beer and sakes on the list.
Both the café and pub have a decent food and desserts menu. To enjoy Spiritland, you don’t necessarily have to be a music lover. The drinks and food are well worth the visit.
A recent bar in Camden town, Crossroads, follows a zero-waste concept. It’s located under the Camden Town Bridge’s junction. They have classy cocktails and also their signature cocktails like Cairo and the Tale of Two Cities. The owners of the bar built it, focusing on the community and sustainability needs. The food menu is short, in line with the zero-waste culture.
Diogenes the Dog, Elephant and Castle
If you’re a wine lover and always looking for something new, you won’t be disappointed with this one. They have a continuously changing list of curated wines on the menu. You can get anything from Champagne, red from Shanxi, China; a citrusy white from Texas; or an orange from the Czech Republic. The staff is thoroughly trained and have the menu knowledge. The snacks consist of cheese options, sourdough toastie, and burrata, among many other options.
Hide below is a bar below the Michelin-star restaurant, Hide. The bar is accented with polished walls, rust-coloured leather, and thick wood. The lengthy wine list is thanks to Mayfair’s Hedonism Wines. The cocktail menu goes through seasonal updates, and as such, you can find anything from Panacea, the Golden Apple, Rutte Old Simon Genever whisky, and Toast pale ale. It has a delectable menu of bar snacks that provides a taste of the upstairs menu.
We hope this list packed a punch, and you can’t wait to see these places.