A Quick Look at Best Cocktail Bars in London

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Posted on: 29 April 2015 by Lana Marshall

Cosmopolitan? Sex on the beach? Dry Martini? Three types of rum with a dash of pineapple, elder flower garnished with enticing lavender foam? Or possibly your taste buds just want to sip a happy hour monitor?

No matter what your grog, London has a cocktail bar to satiate your thirst for drinks. Next time, your tastebuds are demanding for more than a glass of vino or pint, head to below mentioned cocktail bars in London for a refreshing drink with a tad of pizzazz. Hey don’t take our word for it, just go and hit these cutting-edge places where top mixologists are preparing drinks intended to become the new classics.
 
The Gilbert Scott
 
With dazzling bell chandeliers and flamboyantly painted ceilings you are immediately swept up in the magnificence of the space. This famous cocktail bar in London is absolutely beautiful and has some really exotic concoctions to try out. The Gilbert Scott provides all day long dining services, from breakfast to brunch and late night snacks. Don’t forget to try bacon flavored popcorn, which are heavenly in taste.
 
Nightjar
 
When we talk about London night clubs and bars, Nightjar can’t be missed at all. Bring your most audacious taste buds to this well-known bar where you will relish some unique blend of flavors. Here the menu is divided into three different epochs- post-war, prohibition and pre-prohibition—or you can choose one of the signatures in Nightjar. The bartender mixes every drink with inimitable style and you can enjoy your drink while listening to the soothing tunes of the live jazz bands.
 
El Camion
 
Satiate your thirst in this chic bar. The décor is jazzy and sultry both, with vibrant paintings hanging on the walls and appealing patterns beautifying the several furnishings and surfaces. El Camion holds late-night events that mainly focus on a special drink or a kind of entertainment show. Famous DJs hit the bar on weekends, catering to a fun-loving crowd of keen partygoers. Here you can try Mexican beers, Cadillac Margarita, Altos Reposado Tequilla, Triple Sec and 300 varieties of tequilas.
 
Mr Fogg’s
 
Nestled on the grand street of Mayfair, Mr Fogg’s bar is truly inspired by the gallant exploits of imaginary explorer Phileas Fogg. The stunning place invites guests to take an amble into a fabulous depiction of Victorian London. The bar is full of enchanting art pieces like hunting trophies and giant-size palm trees. Tipsy Tea Event is organized here on every Saturday and merrymakers can enjoy numerous alcoholic gin teas served with mouth-watering pastries, sandwiches, petit-fours, and cakes – rounded off with champagne cocktail.
 
Dirty Martini
 
Portraying itself as ‘the ideal blend of sophistication and spirit’ Dirty Martini is a hub of some really excellent cocktails, great tunes and vibe. Dirty Martnini offers you a broad variety of chilling cocktails and an ultimate selection of famous wines and beers. The mixologists here are proficient enough in concocting various flavors to prepare finest cocktails for guests. With five locations all through in London, stop at a Dirty Martini bar for an unforgettable night. 
 
Calloh Callay
 
Calloh Callay is a renowned bar hidden in the heart of East London. The bar is a hidden sanctuary of relaxation where superb cocktails are waiting for you in abundance. Designed on Victorian theme, Calloh Callay is divided into two sections- the lounge and the main bar. You can book tables for maximum eight people in the lounge area. The upstairs bar serves winter and autumn cocktails. The drink menu brags off some really lip-smacking beverages. Opt for the Quince of the Stone Sage, which is prepared with sage, roasted apricots and Ketel One Voda. There’s also a hearty food menu, which offers a great collection of bar snacks and nibbles.

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