If you love wine, cheese, dark cave-like cellars and a great atmosphere then Gordon’s Wine Bar is the place to go. Located in between Embankment and Charing Cross Station, Gordon’s is London’s oldest wine bar, established in 1890. They did … Continue reading Gordon’s Wine Bar
If you like gin and you’re in Soho then this is the place to go. Located on Great Chapel Street in the pub that is also known as The Star, you have the choice of over 350 gins which includes … Continue reading The London Gin Club
I have only visited their Fleet Street site but it is well worth it if you love wine and a bit of history. One of the oldest wine merchants in London, El Vino has been around since 1879 and still … Continue reading El Vino
If you fancy a quirky venue, with decently priced drinks, in Central London then the Fitzroy Tavern is for you. Based on Charlotte Street, this Sam Smith’s pub has just what you need in a pub. Plenty of seating, fair … Continue reading Fitzroy Tavern
For those who like a good pint, decent food and a ghost story to go alongside it, The Grenadier is the place to visit. Hard to find as nestled within some Kensington Mews, it does have a wonderful atmosphere and … Continue reading The Grenadier
With three locations in London and one in Brighton, B.Y.O.C. really does embrace the spirit of the speakeasy of 1920s United States. The concept is simple, patrons are asked to bring a bottle of their favourite spirit and their bartenders … Continue reading B.Y.O.C.
If you love cider, good pizza and great pie then this is the place to go. The Stable actually have 17 locations across the UK with two in London. I’ve only ever visited the Whitechapel branch, but it’s absolutely delightful. … Continue reading The Stable, Whitechapel