Satan's Whiskers is a devilishly cool hipster bar with a penchant for cocktails. Suiting its title well, the bar features mounted skulls and taxidermy animal pieces for decor. The bar’s menu of classic cocktails is highlighted by the signature offering, Satan’s Whiskers. Guests here sip stellar libations while swinging to old school hip-hop spun by local DJs. There is a good selection of gourmet-esque pub grub available.
Step into this cool bar inspired by the 1960s, 1970s Kung Fu. This funky theme bar is home to hundreds of arcade games. Enjoy a cool drink at PimpShuei as you refresh your gaming skills with the Kung Fu and Martial Arts based arcade games offered here. With a limited yet creative cocktail list, PimpShuei offers a wide range of spirits to choose from. You are in for an exhilarating time as the games and drinks are accompanied by great music!
The Harp is the locals' favorite, and for good reason. Located in the bustling Covent Garden, The Harp brews a selection of delicious real ales and ciders that would be perfect to pair with their homemade baguettes and sausages. The interior is small in size and perpetually brimming with people, so meeting new friends won't be difficult. The bar staff is extremely knowledgeable and won't hesitate to answer your questions or make drink suggestions.
Corsica Studios consistently holds some of the city's most extreme underground music parties. There are different spaces within the Studios that can be hired for hosting private or public functions. The hi-tech DJ equipment, sound amplifiers, screens, projectors and a stage completely take care of music and entertainment at the venue. There is a well-stocked bar for thirsty visitors, and the regularly held live performances make entrance into Corsica a highly sought after ticket.
Located in Walham Grove, The Harwood Arms strives to provide a relaxed setting to the locals with British dishes. With a variety of outside-the-box meats like catfish, deer and crayfish, the culinary team successfully delivers tasty treats which can be paired with your choice of beers or wines. Enjoy your lunch, breakfast or quick grub options at The Harwood Arms!
This dimly-lit basement bar slowly captivates one through its charm, great music and awesome cocktails. The main bartender is a wizard at mixing drinks and comes up with the most amazing combinations that delight instantly with their taste and texture. Remember to book early for a large group as the place stays crowded most of the time. Ever since its inception, Happiness Forgets has been ranked as one of the best bars in the entire world.
Tucked down a quaint cobblestone side street just off busy Whitehall, the Walkers of Whitehall is a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of London life. When you walk in you can be forgiven for wondering whether this plush and comfortable venue is a pub or a restaurant. Thankfully it turns out to be both. The menu is predominantly British, but there is a smattering of flashy continental numbers. The atmosphere is relaxed, though when the local office workers invade around 6p, the bar becomes a little more lively.
Situated just a few steps away from the famous Trafalgar Square, Silver Cross entices your taste buds with local flavors. Devour the classic British delicacies like the battered cod or Sausage and Mash or try from the other dishes available, you are in for a treat. This delicious menu is accompanied with a list of beverages consisting of an array of cocktails, wines, beers and other spirits to choose from. Occupying a structure from 17th Century, the interiors of this restaurant are cozy and adorned with elegant wooden furnishings and have an old-world charm. Don't be surprised if you are joined by any invisible guests as rumor has it that this place is haunted.
A part of the large chain of Whetherspoon Bars, The Lord Moon Of The Mall is housed within a building that used to be a bank. Located at Whitehall Square, the public house is usually populated with the regular working professionals from the nearby neighborhood on weekdays and on weekends, it's dominated by students and students. The drinks here are cheap, like all Whetherspoon concerns and the food belongs to the genre of local comfort food - fish n' chips, burgers and such.
Established in 1898, Old Shades is a charming pub located near the Trafalgar Square. This pub entices you with an extensive list of beverages. Here, you can choose from over 30 beer and ale varieties along with a variety of wines and spirits. In case you feel hungry, you can devour the traditional British flavors that this pub is famous for. The warmly-lit pub has cozy seating and an old charm that is ideal for spending a relaxed evening.
Right in the heart of things, a short stroll away from the Houses of Parliament, this pub and ale-house radiates history. The Clarence is popular with visitors to the capital for its impressive collection of ales. The Clarence is named after William IV, who was once the Duke of Clarence and later became the King of England. In case you feel hungry you can enjoy some scrumptious British delicacies. Besides, you can also hire this venue to celebrate your special events.
Catering mainly to the capital's male office goers, head to Halfway To Heaven for an after-work drink or two. Open all week, every night hosts a different entertainment set, with cabaret and karaoke being the most popular. The look of it is that of a quintessential British pub, leather couches, dark-wood furnishings and a lovely patio to complete the inviting ambiance. Its proximity to Trafalgar Square and reasonably-priced drink list can be credited to its success.