37 "Drinking Good Cocktails" restaurants in London.
High Water is a straightforward, always-reliable back-pocket cocktail bar in Dalston that suits pretty much any occasion.
Chameleon is a high-energy restaurant near Regent’s Park with a lovely garden.
Buster Mantis is a comfortable Depftord bar with Caribbean influences that’s open late on weekends and has plenty of outside seating.
A five-storey Japanese and Nordic themed shopping and dining centre in Belgravia with a café, two restaurants, and a roof terrace.
Mr Ji is a Taiwanese small plates and cocktail spot in Soho that specialises in superbly cooked chicken and expertly mixed drinks.
Home to one of London’s best negronis, Goldfinch is a great little cocktail bar in Tooting.
Arguably London’s prettiest rooftop, Seabird is also home to the best oyster experience in the city.
Daddy Bao is a tiny restaurant in Tooting from the same family as Mr Bao in Peckham, and is serving the same great Taiwanese food.
Satan’s Whiskers is a hip hop heavy cocktail bar in Bethnal Green, ideal for the start of a late night, or a date night.
Lucky and Joy is a fun and flavourful Chinese-influenced restaurant in Clapton that feels like a night out, with added sesame noodles.
If you’re into big views, big booths, and err, big plants, you’ll like City skyline spot, 14 Hills.
A nostalgic little Fitzrovia basement bar, Reverend J W Simpson serves some of the best cocktails in central London.
Circolo Popolare is a big, glitzy, and daft Italian trattoria in Fitzrovia that’s made for booze, big groups, and maybe some food.
A 1940s themed bar in Soho, Cahoots is where you should be going for a seriously vintage night of fun.
Tayer + Elementary is a three-part bar in Old Street. You should come here to drink and snack, but you should also come here to eat the tasting menu.