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Welcome to London baby. We simply love our capital city, it’s home to some of the world’s best bars, hottest bartenders and naughtiest nights out which is why it’s home to BarChick’s HQ. North, South, East, West and Central we think we’ve got it covered.

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10 Cases
10 Cases
184 Hackney Road
184 Hackney Road
214 Bermondsey
214 Bermondsey
5CC
5CC
5CC Exmouth Market
5CC Exmouth Market
5CC in the City
5CC in the City
65 & King
65 & King
69 Colebrooke Row
69 Colebrooke Row
8 Hoxton Square
8 Hoxton Square
Aces & Eights
Aces & Eights
Ales & Tails
Ales & Tails
Alibi
Alibi
American Bar at The Savoy
American Bar at The Savoy
Andina
Andina
Angler Roof Terrace at South Place Hotel
Angler Roof Terrace at South Place Hotel
Aqua Kyoto
Aqua Kyoto
Aqua Nueva Cava Bar
Aqua Nueva Cava Bar
Artesian at the Langham Hotel
Artesian at the Langham Hotel
Ask For Janice
Ask For Janice
Azteca
Azteca
B.Y.O.C
B.Y.O.C
Baja Room at El Camion
Baja Room at El Camion
Balham Bowls Club
Balham Bowls Club
Balthazar London
Balthazar London
Bar Américain
Bar Américain
Bar Boulud
Bar Boulud
Bar Italia
Bar Italia
Bar Off Broadway
Bar Off Broadway
Bar Story
Bar Story
Baranis
Baranis
Barnyard
Barnyard
Barrio Central
Barrio Central
Barrio East
Barrio East
Barrio North
Barrio North
Barts
Barts
Bassoon at The Corinthia
Bassoon at The Corinthia
Beagle
Beagle
Bedford & Strand
Bedford & Strand
Belair House
Belair House
Belle & Co
Belle & Co
Berners Tavern
Berners Tavern
Bernhard's Bar at Boopshi's
Bernhard's Bar at Boopshi's
Big Easy Chelsea
Big Easy Chelsea
Big Easy Covent Garden
Big Easy Covent Garden
Bird of Smithfield
Bird of Smithfield
Bistro Union
Bistro Union
Blackfoot
Blackfoot
Blakes
Blakes
Blues Kitchen
Blues Kitchen
Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Bob Bob Ricard
Bob Bob Ricard
Bodo's Schloss
Bodo's Schloss
Boisdale of Bishopsgate
Boisdale of Bishopsgate
Boma
Boma
Bone Daddies
Bone Daddies
Bones
Bones
Bonnie Gull
Bonnie Gull
Bonnie Gull Seafood Café
Bonnie Gull Seafood Café
Boom Burger
Boom Burger
Bounce
Bounce
Boundary
Boundary
Bourne & Hollingsworth
Bourne & Hollingsworth
Bradley's Spanish Bar
Bradley's Spanish Bar
Brawn
Brawn
Breddos v The Player
Breddos v The Player
Brew Cafe
Brew Cafe
BrewDog Camden
BrewDog Camden
Brilliant Corners
Brilliant Corners
Brindisa Food Rooms
Brindisa Food Rooms
Brooklyn Bowl London
Brooklyn Bowl London
Brunswick House Café
Brunswick House Café
Bubbledogs
Bubbledogs
Bunga Bunga
Bunga Bunga
Burger & Lobster City of London
Burger & Lobster City of London
Burger & Lobster Farringdon
Burger & Lobster Farringdon
Burger & Lobster Mayfair
Burger & Lobster Mayfair
Burger & Lobster Soho
Burger & Lobster Soho
Burger and Lobster at Harvey Nichols
Burger and Lobster at Harvey Nichols
Cabin
Cabin
Cafe Kick
Cafe Kick
Café Pacifico
Café Pacifico
Callooh Callay Bar
Callooh Callay Bar
Camden Town Brewery
Camden Town Brewery
Caravan Exmouth Market
Caravan Exmouth Market
Caravan King's Cross
Caravan King's Cross
Cartizze Bar
Cartizze Bar
Casa Negra
Casa Negra
Casita
Casita
Cecil's
Cecil's
Cellar Door
Cellar Door
Central & Co
Central & Co
Ceviche
Ceviche
Chakana Club
Chakana Club
Charlotte's Bistro
Charlotte's Bistro
Chicken Shop
Chicken Shop
Chicken Shop, Tooting
Chicken Shop, Tooting
Chiltern Firehouse
Chiltern Firehouse
China Tang at the Dorchester
China Tang at the Dorchester
Chisou
Chisou
Christopher's Martini Bar
Christopher's Martini Bar
10 Cases
10 Cases

Our neighbours Ian and Will rock, as does their wine bar/bistro, our go-to local for a glass (or many). Bored of laminated wine lists that never change, Ian aka “the Innkeeper General” quit the big sommelier gig and is doing Read More

184 Hackney Road
184 Hackney Road

If you’re still hanging onto memories of last year’s rather mental Mezcaleria pop up, QuiQuiRiQui , get ready to make some new ones. Melanie Symonds is back for good this time and has teamed up with event gurus Stagg & Barber Read More

214 Bermondsey
214 Bermondsey

Ten minutes in this candlelit basement speakeasy and you’ll be picturing yourself in a classic film. Downstairs from neighbourhood Italian foodie haunt Antico, 214 Bermondsey is a hit with the local crowd. Week nights draw the after work scene from nearby Read More

5CC
5CC

What used to be a lousy leather shop on Bethnal green road is now a one-stop-party-place to booze and schmooze in. The ground floor pub is one of the best spots in the area for pints, oysters and sliders and Read More

5CC Exmouth Market
5CC Exmouth Market

The Exmouth Arms is a local pub up for some fun times and good grub, but it wouldn’t rock our world if it didn’t harbour a dirty secret upstairs (you’re looking for the backdoor) . Okay, it’s not really dirty Read More

5CC in the City
5CC in the City

5CC has opened up its newest member of the gang below ex-print house turned classic boozer Harrild & Sons, smack bang in the middle of the city. Lucky for those needing a break from beer drinking city slickers, it’s brought Read More

65 & King
65 & King

Fresh from a make-over, 65 & King is Westbourne Grove’s friendliest local. The cocktails are fresh and easy to drink, and the vibe is energetic and fun; think neon signs, vintage glasses and booths to squeeze into with your mates Read More

69 Colebrooke Row
69 Colebrooke Row

It’s a struggle to find, but when you see a lantern above a door you’ll know you’re in the right place. New York Prohibition era is the vibe, with a piano in the corner, if you’re lucky you might catch Read More

8 Hoxton Square
8 Hoxton Square

Soho’s tiny, buzzing 10 Greek Street has hit Hoxton. This time in a bigger venue with an outdoor terrace for sunshine days. Plus they’re now doing some big ass brunches – we’re down with that, try the scrambled egg and Read More

Aces & Eights
Aces & Eights

Blazoned on the outside of this North London saloon bar in big letters it states ‘Liquor. Rock. Pizza.’ Great start.  Going for the 1950s dive bar vibe, this super cool joint brings a bit of rock n’ roll to Tufnell Read More

Ales & Tails
Ales & Tails

There’s not much for us BarChicks around these parts… apart from those rugby boys. So you’ll find us at this hot hangout from The Lost Group, this big bar and restaurant has got a huge, impressive selection of ales and cask, Read More

Alibi
Alibi

If like BarChick you love a boy in a 90′s backward cap, an old pair of Vans, a Nirvana T-shirt, arriving on a skate board… or similarly girls in cut off denim hot pants, ripped tights and a leather biker jacket – then Alibi is the place Read More

American Bar at The Savoy
American Bar at The Savoy

When Yankee bartenders found themselves out of work thanks to Prohibition, some jumped the pond to find work, the best ones came here. The bartenders over the years have become as famous as the constant stream of celebrity guests who Read More

Andina
Andina

You will have to eat if you want to come here, but that’s not a problem with food this good. Cut from the same silk as Soho’s Ceviche, Martin Morales has cast his net over Shoreditch with his restaurant Andina. The Read More

Angler Roof Terrace at South Place Hotel
Angler Roof Terrace at South Place Hotel

Say hello to the city’s suntrap terrace at South Place Hotel. Bringing a little bit of Provence to Moorgate, well kinda. Up here you’ll find pots of lavender, olive trees and some epic cocktails. The terrace bar is attached Read More

Aqua Kyoto
Aqua Kyoto

Escape the madness of Regent Street and don’t be put off by the tacky entrance because up the lift are two of the best rooftop bars in town. We say hang a left past the big black bull to the Read More

Aqua Nueva Cava Bar
Aqua Nueva Cava Bar

We already love Aqua for its summer rooftop bar, but now there’s another reason to go. This year the Asian restaurant group have turned part of the venue’s Spanish restaurant into London’s largest bar dedicated to Cava. The long, light Read More

Artesian at the Langham Hotel
Artesian at the Langham Hotel

There’s a very good reason this bar keeps winning ‘World’s Best Cocktail Bar’ in most of the industry polls. Artesian is the perfect combination of stunningly chic decor, flawless service and excellent drinks. However, amongst all the Oriental decor and Read More

Ask For Janice
Ask For Janice

We say dive-bomb straight into Kench and Bibsey’s grave; Ask For Janice, a gin haven and sort-of speakeasy staring straight at Smithfield market. Head down during the day for a back bar boasting 46 different gins and parent-pleasing dishes that are Read More

Azteca
Azteca

If you’re on the Kings Road and looking for fun there really is only one place for it… Azteca. Escape the hordes of red trouser wearing locals on the streets and head to this wicked Mexican joint for tequila, tacos Read More

B.Y.O.C
B.Y.O.C

First thing’s first, you have to bring your own booze! Do NOT go empty handed or you will look like a mug. A bar with no booze we hear you ask? Not our usual thing, but hear us out. Head to the Read More

Baja Room at El Camion
Baja Room at El Camion

This is the ultimate Soho bar for a boogie, plus you’ll find it between 2 sex shops (why not buy a french maids outfit and change in the loos). Mexican food is served upstairs, but it’s all about the Baja Read More

Balham Bowls Club
Balham Bowls Club

Should you find yourself at a loose end in Wandsworth any time then this fantastic homage to retro sporting chic on Ramsden Road is definitely worth a visit. The ‘BBC’ is a former bowling club with garden which has been Read More

Balthazar London
Balthazar London

Walking into the London edition of NYC’s legendary French/American brasserie feels like a serious deja vu. A perfect space for hot first dates, romantic rendez vous, long and on the lash lunching, mums 60th, or just a bloody good Champagne Read More

Bar Américain
Bar Américain

Beautifully tucked beneath the chaos of Piccadilly Circus, lies Brasserie Zédal home to the wondrous Bar Américain. This art deco haven feels like you could be sheltering from an air raid or a movie star boarding an ocean liner. What used Read More

Bar Boulud
Bar Boulud

The Mandarin Oriental is a seriously slick operation, famous for its incredible service and quality, so it’s no wonder it has one of the best bars in London. We promise that wherever you are in this hotel you will not be Read More

Bar Italia
Bar Italia

This family run business is a bit of a Soho institute. One thing’s for sure it has got a lot going for it: some would say it boasts the best coffee around, others would say the best breakfast, but we Read More

Bar Off Broadway
Bar Off Broadway

Byron and Rupert know exactly what they are doing at this laid back New York-style bar. They’ve got it all going on: rocking cocktail list, lower East side style vibes, good crowd, and quick, friendly service. Sit by the window Read More

Bar Story
Bar Story

Not the easiest place to find in deepest darkest Peckham. Found beneath the arches of Peckham Rye Station, do not fear the gentle rumbling sound you hear, it’s not the world coming to an end, it’s your ride home. Round Read More

Baranis
Baranis

BarChick loves a bit of ‘ooh la la’ in the evening, and with the UK’s only indoor pétanque court (think bowls on gravel) and goodlookin’ wine-sipping guys and girls, this place has plenty of French charm. These guys have got Read More

Barnyard
Barnyard

You might not guess it, but this place is from those clever guys behind the forever booked up Dabbous restaurant. The clue’s in the title, Barnyard is a much more relaxed affair and only just around the corner should you Read More

Barrio Central
Barrio Central

Barrio Central is BarChick’s central London holiday bar, hope you’ve got your sunglasses because this baby is bright. Amigo Hour from 3-8pm is the best time to check this place out, it gets busy, but that shouldn’t faze you, table service Read More

Barrio East
Barrio East

Okay, it’s not breaking any boundaries of cool, but this Shoreditch outpost of the Barrio chain, is certainly the most fun of the bunch and a handy stop on the High Street. Expect some sort of psychedelic Latino playground or Read More

Barrio North
Barrio North

This is the one that started it all. Inspired by a trip around the world, the walls (and the ceiling, counters, booths – you get the idea) are covered with random bright memorabilia from the best holiday ever – license plates, Read More

Barts
Barts

Uncle Bart has recently given his secret hideaway a bit of a re-vamp, and he’s so proud of it he’s added a portrait of himself as the crowning glory. It’s out with the graffitied bar and in with the chintz Read More

Bassoon at The Corinthia
Bassoon at The Corinthia

The bar in the new palatial Corinthia hotel near Embankment is all glitz, shiny n glamour, think Puff Daddy’s crib styles: crystal chandeliers, marble floors and Champagne trollies. Influenced by music, it’s got both jazzy décor and live music, plus the Read More

Beagle
Beagle

These guys impressed us with Bonnie Gull and then they set up shop under the railway arches next to Hoxton station. Bare brick walls and black steel details keep the design clean, but it’s still got a warm and friendly Read More

Bedford & Strand
Bedford & Strand

Far enough away from The Strand to escape the shopping bags and the orgies of theatre goers, Bedford & Strand (named after the street corners it’s on) is all hustle and bustle of a different kind. Down the stairs the Read More

Belair House
Belair House

This is one of the coolest venues BarChick has seen, like, ever. Don’t be intimidated by the huge lit up 18th Century Georgian mansion hidden down a country lane in Dulwich, this place isn’t holding a private party – it’s Read More

Belle & Co
Belle & Co

Shaker & Co  have opened a bohemian drinking den in their basement… hello Belle & Co. After throwing pop ups down there with various themes, they’ve decided to introduce this new multifunctional bar, theatre performance and private hire Read More

Berners Tavern
Berners Tavern

Chef slash superman Jason Atherton just can’t stop opening restaurants, and Berners Tavern may just be his finest work yet! The room is more brasserie than tavern, and it’s breath-taking, with cavernous high ceilings still decorated with the building’s original Read More

Bernhard's Bar at Boopshi's
Bernhard's Bar at Boopshi's

Hidden below the schnitzel heaven that is Boopshi’s, you’ll find Bernhard’s Bar, London’s version of Vienna’s famous American Bar. Badass Brother combo Ed and Ben are homely types; the food recipes are from their grandfather Opa’s cookbook and the drinks Read More

Big Easy Chelsea
Big Easy Chelsea

Be sure to get a bib when you come in here, it can get a little messy in this Kings Road classic. 20 years old and it has hardly changed, mostly because it doesn’t have to. The live music, frozen cocktail, Read More

Big Easy Covent Garden
Big Easy Covent Garden

The Chelsea branch is epic, us BarChicks have been going for years. So it’s no surprise that the new Big Easy is a big hit for Covent Garden. We never doubted them, they signed up some of London’s best bartenders Read More

Bird of Smithfield
Bird of Smithfield

Welcome to Bird of Smithfield, the members bar with a no members policy. You heard us; these guys have made this 5 storey building feel as exclusive as a members bar with none of the fees or silly rules. With Read More

Bistro Union
Bistro Union

Possibly the last place you’d expect to find great cocktails, but the checked shirt n braces clad barmen in the sleepy Abbeville Village will surprise you, pleasantly we hope. The venue is all reclaimed wood, apothecary drawers, leather banquettes and Read More

Blackfoot
Blackfoot

A pig-tastic pork-fest awaits anyone who finds themselves looking for trouble on Exmouth Market. Unworried about deterring the vegetarians, owners Tom Ward and Allegra McEvedy have produced a menu that is one big round of unashamed applause for their favorite Read More

Blakes
Blakes

Found tucked between the streets of Chelsea and South Kensington, this 5 star hotel is the definition of opulence. Designed by superwoman Anushka Hemple you’d expect nothing less. From the word go this black building is an orgy of east Read More

Blues Kitchen
Blues Kitchen

Dirty South fans rejoice! Stop what you’re doing and head straight into Camden’s Blues Kitchen. It feels like you’ve been transported into a Mississippi Delta bar, complete with worn-in booths, faded BB King-esque posters and one of the biggest bourbon Read More

Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

In true American style this place is bigger, unhealthier and brasher than your average. Seriously you’ll feel tiny in here compared to the swimming pool sized copper bar that dominates this BBQ playground. They haven’t messed around with this place; there Read More

Bob Bob Ricard
Bob Bob Ricard

Why are there two Bobs? Who is Ricard? Why does it sound French? It’s actually more Russian than anything, just go with it. Bob Bob Ricard is a vividly coloured, flamboyant and surreal take on the 1930’s. All mirrored ceilings, Read More

Bodo's Schloss
Bodo's Schloss

Whether or not you’re a mountain lover, this place will quickly become your new best friend. Imagine you’re on the slopes and you pull into a chalet for a refuel… well enter Bodo’s Schloss. You will be greeted by pretty girls Read More

Boisdale of Bishopsgate
Boisdale of Bishopsgate

You’ve got to be in the know to find this bad boy – this old school drinking den is down a tiny alleyway, so you won’t get the after work suit swarm which is refreshing when working in the City. The Read More

Boma
Boma

Wandsworth Bridge Road isn’t normally known as the place to get great cocktails but if you look closely you’ll notice Boma, a sweet little bar and restaurant which will not only feed, but also water you. Don’t be fooled by the Read More

Bone Daddies
Bone Daddies

If you’re into Ramen then you’re gonna love this place. These guys know a thing or two about boiling bones. Oh and the guy behind it all is Ross Shonhan, former head chef at Zuma and Nobu, nuff said! Inside this subtle Read More

Bones
Bones

If you’re looking for a meaty affair and would rather err on the more refined side of chicken drumstick dining, then Bones is your match. Less about getting sticky fingers and more about sharing a slate of something braised, racked, Read More

Bonnie Gull
Bonnie Gull

If you like your fish super fresh, the place bright and the atmosphere friendly as you sip your cocktails, then Bonnie Gull is the place for you. Perfect for lunch or dinner this restaurant is easy to get seriously stuck Read More

Bonnie Gull Seafood Café
Bonnie Gull Seafood Café

Love to be beside the seaside? Yeah? Well Bonnie Gull’s Seafood Shack in Exmouth Market is the perfect place. You can get a mug of Fish House Punch for a fiver as well as fresh daily seafood dishes, beef drip Read More

Boom Burger
Boom Burger

Located right on Portobello Market and looking like it came straight outta Kingston – you won’t miss it with the big bright green / yellow / red sign knocking about. Started as a little pop-up on the main man Josh’s rooftop Read More

Bounce
Bounce

This bar has it all: table tennis, posh American dining (7ft wide wood-burning pizza oven!), some serious cocktails..nice. bounce This is a huge stylish venue seating 130 guests in the restaurant with a huge view overlooking the playing area. There are Read More

Boundary
Boundary

This rooftop bar in Shoreditch is slick enough to rival its notorious neighbour Shoreditch House. With blankets and an open wood furnace for chillier days, and fairy lights and a weatherproof pergola for night time boozing it’s good to see Read More

Bourne & Hollingsworth
Bourne & Hollingsworth

Bourne & Hollingsworth is not the easiest of bars to find, but that’s probably the point. Pour yourself down the stairs (taking extra care if – like BarChick – you were pissed and wearing heels). Inside? Well imagine your Grandmother is Read More

Bradley's Spanish Bar
Bradley's Spanish Bar

Bradley’s is an institution – it’s been around for over 50 years, and before that it used to be a gentleman’s club… or a brothel – the bartender wasn’t sure but then was there much difference at the time? Probably not. Read More

Brawn
Brawn

This place has been awarded a Bib Gourmand and it feels like you’re walking into a disused factory or abattoir, and in hindsight maybe you are. The staff in here are great, well trained, friendly and they know their terrines from Read More

Breddos v The Player
Breddos v The Player

The Player Bar has switched things up once again. This time this den of cocktails has called in the one and only Breddo’s Taccos. Liked lucky Chip’s slider bar? Fear not, the Breddo’s Taccos bar also have some serious sliders Read More

Brew Cafe
Brew Cafe

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not have it at dinnertime? That’s what the folks at Brew are up to with their ‘brinner’ menu anyway. The small café on Wandsworth’s bustling Old York Road is laidback Read More

BrewDog Camden
BrewDog Camden

The guys behind BrewDog brought down some of their key players from Scotland to get their Camden bar buzzing. The beers are amazing and if you don’t know what you want, the staff sound like they’ve tried them all (thoroughly). Read More

Brilliant Corners
Brilliant Corners

You’ll find this jazz inspired wine and food bar on the Haggerston end of Kingsland Road. Run by two friendly bros this place is all smiles and good service, with everyone eager to please. Listen to guest DJs who spin Read More

Brindisa Food Rooms
Brindisa Food Rooms

Housed under the railway arches around the corner from foodie paradise Brixton Market, Brindisa Food Rooms will consist of a bar under one arch and a shop under the other. Known for their Soho and Shoreditch venues, south of the Read More

Brooklyn Bowl London
Brooklyn Bowl London

Before you’re put off by its O2 location – North Greenwich is actually p*ss easy to get to from most places (you can always take the speed boat), so get over it and get your game face ready. This huge Read More

Brunswick House Café
Brunswick House Café

Sounds like the name of a stately home and looks like you’re entering a garden centre but it’s neither: this is the cool and curious café to spend the whole weekend with friends in. Housed in an old Georgian terrace Read More

Bubbledogs
Bubbledogs

Cheese and wine, beer and pretzels, Champagne and hotdogs…? Yep, you heard us correctly. Charlotte Street’s BubbleDogs have brought this adventurous pairing into our lives, with a menu of killer hotdogs and gorgeous Grower Champagnes, it’s an unlikely combo, but you’ll Read More

Bunga Bunga
Bunga Bunga

Bunga Bunga raised the Battersea bar (sorry). Embrace the obvious cheesy elements – serenading accordion player, a hip-gyrating Elvis (YES), naked body aprons, girls as guys and guys as girls, plus the bartenders are dressed as gondoliers complete with straw Read More

Burger & Lobster City of London
Burger & Lobster City of London

The city’s got it’s very own B&L, the 4th venue for the chain who brought £20 burgers and lobsters into our lives. Bibs at the ready! Read More

Burger & Lobster Farringdon
Burger & Lobster Farringdon

Sure you’ve heard of this place before but each one is different from the last. Obvs the genius burger/lobster thang doesn’t change, but in here you can book… which is damn kind of them. The bar is bigger than at Read More

Burger & Lobster Mayfair
Burger & Lobster Mayfair

You’d think a couple of Russian oligarchs wouldn’t care about the price of lobster. Well we were wrong. The guys behind this place (and Goodmans) are the Robin Hoods of the crustacean world, and by housing around 1.2 tonnes of lobster Read More

Burger & Lobster Soho
Burger & Lobster Soho

This one’s double the size and still the cheapest lobster in London! It’s all red leather seating, wooden flooring, un-shaded light bulbs and a sexy, silver bar. Some of the lobster tanks are found in the corner in the old cheese room Read More

Burger and Lobster at Harvey Nichols
Burger and Lobster at Harvey Nichols

These guys have now cast their lobster pot over Knightsbridge, and it’s quite the catch. Up on the 5th Floor of Harvey Nichols, weave through the  expensive food market towards the lights of Burger and Lobster. Hang a right if Read More

Cabin
Cabin

Waterloo station isn’t exactly the oasis of calm and quiet that you might need after a hard day’s work, but right above the noise and kerfuffle we’ve found the perfect pit stop. The bar resembles an Orient Express style carriage: Read More

Cafe Kick
Cafe Kick

In the big time buzzing Exmouth Market, Café Kick may have the words ‘sports bar’ adorned above its doors. Yet this isn’t some cheap, tacky joint full of  lager loving blokes with builders bums in football shirts, shouting at plasma Read More

Café Pacifico
Café Pacifico

You gotta love a good Mexican and Café Pacifico is as authentic as it gets. The Legendary Thomas Estes opened this joint way back in 1982, unlike most Mexican hangouts in this town, and it is still as true to Read More

Callooh Callay Bar
Callooh Callay Bar

OMG there’s a bar through a cupboard! (do say this, the staff aren’t bored of it at all). Welcome to Narnia people, or as close as you’re going to get to Lewis Carroll / Alice in this part of town. It’s Read More

Camden Town Brewery
Camden Town Brewery

You might have already seen Camden Town Brewery’s Hells lager popping up on taps around town, but where better to drink it than at the brewery itself? These boys have nothing to hide, so why not have everyone back to Read More

Caravan Exmouth Market
Caravan Exmouth Market

We all know that Kiwis make incredible coffee, but at Caravan, the NZ run restaurant, bar and coffee roastery, you’ll discover that they know their way around a cocktail shaker too. Owner/chef/coffee roaster Miles Kirby brings a laid back, relaxed Read More

Caravan King's Cross
Caravan King's Cross

What was once an old grain store has now been converted to house the second super cool Caravan in town. The restaurant and bar combine together in one clean cut room with painted brickwork, long dangling lamps and steel pipework. It’s Read More

Cartizze Bar
Cartizze Bar

This Italian influenced Bellini and cocktail bar is sexy; all dip dyed oak, leather booths and marble fireplaces with a show stopping bar of crystal glassware. Plus they’ve seriously homed in on the impressive details such as serving truffle infused Read More

Casa Negra
Casa Negra

Bodega Negra fans you’re in for a treat. Those Mexican, sex shop loving legends have gone east for their second offering and we love it. Casa Negra is found on Shoreditch’s highway to hip aka Great Eastern Street, Read More

Casita
Casita

Casita may be small but it is perfectly formed, hidden away discreetly down a side street in the heaving heart of Shoreditch it’s a real diamond in the rough. It feels like you’ve stumbled in on some rocking house party. It’s Read More

Cecil's
Cecil's

Hidden in an old warehouse space, as you walk into Cecil’s you feel like you’ve stepped onto a glamorous film set. Dim lighting, red lanterns, tables, chairs, plants and a roofed bar that gives off the impression that you’re out Read More

Cellar Door
Cellar Door

It’s not every day you casually stroll down the stairs of a men’s public toilet looking for fun, (unless you’re George Michael… legend) but if you want good cocktails, drag queens and some good old fashioned snuff then it just Read More

Central & Co
Central & Co

Once Liberty’s has sucked your wallet dry, head over the road and drown your sorrows at Central & Co, we promise it’s the ultimate tonic to counteract post shopping guilt. Stacked neatly behind the bar in customised temperature fridges (that Read More

Ceviche
Ceviche

Ceviche is not only a mega Peruvian restaurant, but it is also home to London’s first Pisco Bar. That’s right – other than the beers and wine, there will be nothing but this delicious Grape Brandy in the cocktails, it’s Read More

Chakana Club
Chakana Club

Love it or hate it, it’s the time of year for West End clubs to shine (and take all your money). With the Box and Disco upping the stakes, Nick House’s new club Chakana certainly better deliver, or will Read More

Charlotte's Bistro
Charlotte's Bistro

Tucked away in a leafy corner of West London, if you’re looking for a stiff drink or a slap up meal then Charlotte’s is where it’s at. It’s got that neighbourhood bar kinda vibe that we love, and with its Read More

Chicken Shop
Chicken Shop

Head down the stairs into this dark den that pays homage to the one and only… the chicken (not the egg). Whether you like it whole, halved or quartered this is the only place to eat it if you’re riding Read More

Chicken Shop, Tooting
Chicken Shop, Tooting

After the success of their underground Kentish Town rotisserie chicken venue, and the recent Vauxhall opening of Dirty Burger, Soho House have announced a new Chicken Shop, this time in Nick Jones’s local hood. With more of the 50s American Read More

Chiltern Firehouse
Chiltern Firehouse

Word on the street is that Chiltern Firehouse is the hottest hangout in town right now; buff staff, banging back-bar, swishy service and a terrace to lose hours on. This is André Balazs (of Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont & NYC’s Mercer Read More

China Tang at the Dorchester
China Tang at the Dorchester

Where else can you go to the loo and listen to ‘The Owl and the Pussy Cat’ at the same time? No wonder Kate Moss keeps coming back. Dismiss all the Dorchester’s drama, and head downstairs to China Tang. Who Read More

Chisou
Chisou

If, like BarChick, you wish you were Japanese and could drink sake and eat wagyu beef till the cows come home, then this place will do just fine. And then some. It’s Knightsbridge, so everything’s a bit flash, but this place Read More

Christopher's Martini Bar
Christopher's Martini Bar

This place is everything that James Bond would want it to be: sexy, shiny and classic all rolled into one long room. The Onyx 3 meter long bar works its magic and makes the ordering of one too many drinks Read More