Happy Hour In London
London’s Happy Hour Hotspots
London is home to some of the most amazing bars and cocktail bars. However, a great drink can set you back a few quid. So why not make the most of the best happy hours in London. Check out the list below :
- The Brigg – Merchant House Bow lane ££
This pop-up bar is one of London’s best kept secrets. Known as the smallest bar in London, it’s the perfect intimate oasis from the hustle and bustle of the city. Book a one hour slot for you and up to three others (4 people max capacity) and you’ll get your own bartender to make you as many bespoke cocktails as you can drink in an hour and you get to choose what music(if any) you want on in the background. This venue is ticket only plan ahead.
- Kettner’s Townhouse Champagne Bar- Soho ££
Welcome to fanciest happy hour in London. Who said happy hour was all about getting the cheap stuff, well not at Kettner’s. From 5-7pm, you can get a glass of blanc de noir for £7, while some other drinks come in at just £5. Why not take your chance and live out your own Oscar Wilde moment with a bit more sparkle?
- Rum Kitchen – Soho ££
Situated just off Carnaby Street, this hole in the wall cocktail bar sports some delicious Caribbean classics on the food menu. From saltfish fritters to curry mutton, whatever you choose to line your stomach with will go down well with a any of their rum cocktails. Cocktails are £5 from 5-7pm everyday so.
- The Drunken Oyster – Victoria ££
This Flashy Italian-American themed bar situated above Jason Atherton’s pizza join Hai Cenato, the Drunken Oyster is the spot for mob-pleasing drinks. Make a beeline for the V&T list. That’s vermouth and tonic, and it’s mixed six different ways. Cocchi de Torino was served tall with a sprig of rosemary and a swirl of lemon peel: seriously refreshing. Cocktails went overboard on the theme, though: the White Diamond was a twist on an amaretto sour – that twist being a sickly whack of white truffle. With two cocktails for £10 from 6-7pm go live out your own gangster movie.
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