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This year's hottest bottles

Italicus  Italian drinks still reigned supreme in 2017 so when the godfather of Italian drinking, Giuseppe Gallo, brought out a fresh as hell Italian bergamot spirit only good things were going to happen. Like winning Best New Spirit of The Year.  Natch.  The beautiful bottle alone is worth a spot on your top shelf and once you've had a whiff on citrus and seen what those notes of lavender, rose and bitter spice do to a glass of Prosecco you'll be hooked. Chuck in 3 olives, 'cos if you're going to do Italian you've got to do it properly. Silent Pool Gin So there may be approx. 1 million gins to choose from but we're fussy and only drink the best stuff so we say stick local with this delicious one made in Surrey. 24 botanicals, citrus, rose (noticing a trend here?) and balanced out with local honey, this new gin is a real treat and will make the best G&T you and your crew have had all year. Belsazar Vermouth This range of vermouths are a key ingredient in cocktails in some of London’s best bars.  So you should probably get in on it. You can pick your blend from their dry, red, rose or white vermouths depending on what you’re after. Add to cocktails or sip it like BarChick in a Belsazar Vermouth and tonic… it's low ABV so won't have you falling off your chair. Haig Club  Because a bottle as sexy as Becks is always a good idea. This super smooth Scotch grain whisky is one for the cabinet 'cos not only is it good neat it makes a mean cocktail: apple soda, ginger bitters, Haig Club, BOOM.

The classics

King's Ginger This is a Christmas cabinet must have.  Specifically created by Berry Bros way back in 1903 for King Edward VII, it's still going strong today. This liqueur is gingery, zesty and rich,  making it the perfect addition to your Champagne, Christmas cocktails, mulled wine or even just enjoyed straight up on ice. BarChick’s dad won't do Christmas without it. Tio Pepe Sherry A Christmas classic that needs to be in your cupboard. It's dry, it's fresh, Nan loves the stuff and it also goes really well in a Bloody Mary; some say it's the secret ingredient. Otherwise treat it just like a glass of white wine and serve unbelievably chilled. Buffalo Trace  Whisky is the perfect winter tipple (think hot toddies) and this is one of the smoothest around.  It’ll warm you up from the inside out and then some. Keeping the toffee and apple flavours simple it's perfect in an Old Fashioned or Manhattan for post dinner cocktails or just enjoyed straight up on the rocks. Peroni You've got to be able offer people something ice cold and fresh when they walk through the door - and Peroni ticks all the boxes. It's the sassiest beer around. Thought beer was just for good for - well, beer? Think again. Peroni is kick ass in cocktails too. Play like some of the best bartenders on the planet and mix up some Peroni cocktails if you're feeling fancy. They even do gluten free for THAT family member. Salut! Courvoisier Everyone needs a little bit of luxe in their life and this cognac totally fits the bill. They've just brought out a limited edition range that includes a Courvoisier Reserve 1978 for £1,100 and we can tell you now that it's worth every penny. If you're after a cheaper version the Courvoisier V.S.O.P is around £30 and excellent if you're mixing up some sophisticated cocktails for guests.       Sipsmith Sloe Gin We all know that Sipmsith do a damn good gin, but did you know about their Sloe Gin? Made in the same distillery in Hammersmith by the same crew, it’s super smooth and, having been made using sloe berries, it's got a sweetness. We drinks ours neat. Just the kind of thing you can slip into your emergency hip flask when all the Champagne runs out at the Christmas party.   Louis Roederer It's the season to party and that means popping the Champagne on the regs. The one we're drinking this year is Louis Roederer's Brut Premier Non Vintage. Blended from at least four vintages and some Chardonnay, it'll slip down a dream. We all know the better the quality Champagne, the easier the hangover, so go for this one and you (and your guests) can thank us later.       Altos Tequila Sure Tequila doesn't scream 'yuletide classic' but we say think outside the box baby. Nothing starts a party like some of this stuff, get grandma sipping on a Tommy’s and you'll have yourself a merry one.  Even better you can whip out the ultimate booze trivia at the table when you learn how the stuff was made by watching THIS. It's epic.  Yes you've learnt something from all that time spent drinking, stick that, Grandad.   Other Essentials For Your Cabinet Tonic (we love Schweppes, it's those bubbles) Tabasco Angostura Bitters Tomato juice Ginger ale   Where to buy your booze? Check out our best booze shops in London, but our favourite 31 Dover can be visited from the comfort of your own home, delivered the next day and they’ve got all the right booze to fill that cupboard." 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Shrub & Shutter  Looks a bit like your mate's kitchen, with bottles, books, kitchen appliances, ingredients and herbs, but they take cocktails to the next level here, with fresh seasonal ingredients, crazy garnishes and imaginative vessels. BarChick once had a Disney cocktail out of the genie's lamp. It was smokin'. Try: The Pop Brixton - like a throwback to your school tuck shop visits, served in a plastic pop bottle with a candy lace garnish. 336 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton SW9 8QH shrub-and-shutter-pop-brixton NightJar Officially one of the world's best bars - it's a 1920's style speakeasy's with a seriously killer cocktail menu, with creations made using voodoo smoke, mozzarella, insects, chilli sweets and peanut butter ice cubes. Totally off-the-wall, but some of the best serves in London. Try: Buffalo Fizz, inspired by summers in Italy, with salty mango butter and a giant red metallic ball thats actually a sprayed dried lime, 'cos why not? 129 City Road, London, EC1V 1JB nightjar-buffalo-fizz The Gibson With the legendary Marian Beke (ex-Nightjar) rocking the show you can count on this place for a seriously epic cocktail list. Along the same kinda otherworldly, theatrical vibe to NightJar/Oriole where each cocktail comes with its own kitsch serve and extravagant garnishes. Try: The Electric Earl, served in a lightbulb glass, with a 'buzz button' garnish - pop it in your mouth for a rollercoaster taste sensation like nothing else you've ever tasted before. 44 Old Street, London EC1V 9AQ the-gibson Oriole NightJar's Rosie & Edmund have nailed it again with this place which recently won the Best New International Cocktail Bar accolade. Come and try the drinks and you'll know why. Old World, New World, Orient, Sharers… it’s all in here so expect original, daring and adventurous creations served up in beautiful and weird vessels. Try: The Ryoan-Ji with blue rose milk, Japanese whisky and seaweed syrup, served in a ceramic egg basket - kind of like Easter on acid. East Poultry Avenue, London Central Markets, London, EC1A 9LH oriole-ryoan-ji The Walrus Room Through the Looking-Glass is the theme, with cocktails named after lines in Lewis Carrol’s poem The Walrus and The Carpenter, e.g. Of Cabbages and Kings (Kamm & Sons, Greengage Liqueur, Stinging Nettle Cordial, Lemon, Celery Bitters) and A Bitter Tear (Bols Genever, Rhubarb and Rosehip Cordial, Campari, Carpano Antica, Rhubarb Bitters). Try: The Ninha Colada - served out of a fisherman's head, with a chocolate slab garnish, which is set on fire - just y'know another standard Walrus Room serve. 40 Battersea Rise, London SW11 1EE the-walrus-room Artesian This epic hotel bar is renowned for quirky vessels and killer serves, from levetating clouds, to cocktail served in a Dali-style teardrop ring, to a giant robot elephant vessel. With 2 HOT new bartenders about to take over behind the stick we're excited to see what the hell is next (flying drinks?). Try: It's all about The Colony Cocktail - a giant copper ant bearing a granola style mix on the top and a milky boozy concoction of Absolut Elyx, Wheat, Almond, Juniper and Bergamot - mix it all together for a crazy drink that's rich in texture (and will probably give you nightmares). 1C Portland Place, London W1B 1JA artesian-join-the-colony Purl You'll find all sorts of crazy boozy sh*t going down at this New York-style cocktail den where it's inventive cocktails galore, with all sorts of crazy garnishes, from toothpaste tubes, to lollipops and even a frickin' balloon. Try: The Mr Hyde, served with a plume of coffee and chocolate fog. 50 Blandford St, Marylebone, London, W1U 7HX purl-london The Alchemist It may look like just another city slicker bar, but the cocktails here take 'insane' to another level. Cooked on copper pans over camping stoves, and then bubbling over with dry ice. You're gunna want to get the film rolling for this one. 6 Bevis Marks, London EC3A 7BA Try: The Red Dead Zombie, popping and bubbling over like it's alive or something. the-alchemist   69 Colebrooke Row It might be low-key on the decor (and name) but their playful cocktails are bucket list material. For example, their Lipstick rose, garnished with a printed kiss mark, is often sent back 'cos people think it's a used glass - these guys! Try: The legendary Prairie Oyster - this twist on a bloody mary looks just like an oyster with a reformulated tomato juice egg yolk, served up with horseradish vodka and Oloroso sherry. 69 Colebrooke Row, London, N1 8AA 69-colebrooke-row Lounge Bohemia Hidden underneath a kebab shop in Shoreditch you'll find this intriguing cocktail den, where the sky's the limit in terms of creativity - on BarChick's visit she licked boozy sap from a tree stump, and ate a gin dew drop from a leaf. Seriously. Try: Go for the Tasting Menu (it changes regularly) and now prepare for some really mad sh*t 1 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3EJ lounge-bohemia London Cocktail Club BarChick's fave party guys also dish out some pretty epic showstoppers. From a giant sharing skull bonfire to their renowned bacon and egg martini (which weirdly works). Try: Heisenburg - their take on Tommy's Margarita, with a Breaking Bad-style twist. Served in a science beaker it's blue as day, with a cheeky lil' packet of powder popped on top (don't get too excited, it's only sugar). Various locations london-cocktail-club-hiesenberg-breaking-bad-cocktail   Opium Cocktail and Dim Sum Parlour Hidden behind a jade door in China town is 1920's Shanghai. Drinks come with an oriental twist, and many come served in traditional China teapots, which you can pick out yourself. Want in right? Message BarChick for free and we'll sort your booking. Try: But make sure you try their trademark Opium Number 6, with Olmeca Altos tequila, cactus, pimento, ginger, oolong tea, all served up with gushing dry ice, like some kind of witches caldron.  15 -16 Gerrard Street, London W1D 6JE opium-number-6-opium-cocktail-and-dim-sum-parlour Cocktail Trading Co. Okay you thought all that was pretty epic, wait 'til you see what CTC have in store - each cocktail is like some kind of work of pop art. They've done it all here, from cocktails disguised in Chinese noodle boxes with chopsticks, served out of a Wellington boot, hidden in snow globes and even mini trash cans. Try: The Bag O Chips looks like your 4am snack, but it's actually booze - trippy. 68 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6GQ bag-o-chips-cocktail-tradiing-company  " ["post_title"]=> string(42) "Where To Drink London's Craziest Cocktails" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(0) "" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(39) "crazy-cocktails-in-london-cocktail-bars" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2017-11-14 16:12:19" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2017-11-14 16:12:19" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(32) "http://www.barchick.com/?p=59466" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_type"]=> string(4) "post" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } [2]=> object(WP_Post)#1035 (24) { ["ID"]=> int(58343) ["post_author"]=> string(1) "4" ["post_date"]=> string(19) "2017-11-08 13:59:09" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2017-11-08 13:59:09" ["post_content"]=> string(42155) "There are nights for just one drink and then there are nights for rounds, shots, pulling and dancing (on the tables). These bars are for just that. Wicked for Birthdays, when you wanna go big or those wildcard nights, these are the bars that know how to get the party started. CENTRAL Basement Sate Underground tunes and killer cocktails If you're in the mood to dance, probably best to hit up an exposed-brick, dark wood-paneled, dimly-lit basement bar where no one'll notice (or give a sh*t) about your profuse sweating and gurning. Basement Sate is your guy in spades. On Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30 onward, you'll not only get killer (and nutritious) little twists on classics, but you'll also get to sate your appetite for 80s sleaze, New York Garage, funk and soul. Open 'til: Tuesday-Saturday: 1.30am. Sunday-Monday: 12am 8 Broadwick Street, London W1F 8HN basement.sate El Camion’s Pink Chihuahua Soho's boogie den Sometimes called Dick’s Bar (after the legendary Dick Bradsell), sometimes out of control and always nestled between 2 sex shops, Pink Chihuahua is pretty much an institution. If you’re not already a part of The Pink Chihuahua Club, get on it. You’re gonna be dancing on tables till 3am. The playlist’s always crossing genres (think disco, 90s RnB bangers & classic party tunes), but it’s always epic and it’s bound to make anyone wanna dance and drink loads. Go for their namesake cocktail and keep the tequila and mescal shots rolling. This place guarantees naughtiness and a sh*t load of fun. Open 'til: All Mon-Sat: 3am, Sunday: 11pm. 25-27 Brewer Street, London W1F 0RR The Piano Works Hollar requests at the live band Here's the lowdown: this is London's only non-stop live music venue and it's in a massive Victorian listed 400 capacity warehouse. If you were expecting a dry Martini, a civilized chat and a crooner, you were mistaken - but what you get in the place of it is a f*ckload more fun. Hit the bar up for a 'classically strange' cocktail and tell the band what tune you wanna hear and they'll hype it up and turn it into something anthemic and dance-worthy. Open 'til: Monday-Saturday: 1am. Sundays: Closed. 113-117 Farringdon Road Entrance corner of, Ray St, Farringdon, Greater London EC1R 3BX  London Cocktail Club Outrageous cocktails and raucous vibe If your mates can’t have a good time at LCC, you need new mates. These bars are the original party starters, the party place for people who are into their drinks and all of JJ Goodman’s empire keep the drinks flowing, the beats pumping and the crowd on it. Kicking things off with their famous happy hour you probably won’t care what colour the walls are. Go wild. FYI: Happy Hour: 2 for £12 on ALL Cocktails. Locations:
Shoreditch: Unit 12, 29 Sclater Street, London E1 6HR
Islington: 108a Essex Road, London N1 8LX 
Bethnal Green: Arch 253 Paradise Row, Bethnal Green, London E2 9LE 
Shaftesbury Ave: 224a Shaftesbury Ave, London, United Kingdom WC2H 8EB
Oxford Circus: 4 Great Portland St, London W1W 8QJ 
Covent Garden: 6-7 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JB
Goodge Street: 61 Goodge St, London W1T 1TL
Happy Hour details: Monday’s, ALL night, everywhere.  Tuesday-Saturday 4.30pm 7pm at Shaftesbury, Covent Garden, Oxford Circus & Goodge:  Tuesday-Saturday 5pm-8pm at Shoreditch, Islington & Bethnal Green z The Scotch Old school rock star party place This was once the rock elite's party digs, so dress the part and get acquainted with the bartender. The 'tartan on acid and tin tile' decor is a well fitting backdrop for your debauched shenanigans which'll surely include dancing to that avant-garde DJs till late. Open 'til: Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 12am. The Scotch Of St James, Masons Yard, London SW1Y 6BU

Bungatini

A new late night bar and pizzeria from the guys behind Bunga Bunga (if you hadn't guessed), inspired by late-night, back street Italian bars - with a large selection of Italian wines, beers, proseccos and vermouths, along with pizzas to fuel up on before you hit the party bar downstairs.

167, Drury Lane, WC2B 5PG

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Bourne & Hollingsworth Teeny basement party bar  Downstairs in this basement cocktail party den, When the clock turns ten, lights turn down, DJ comes on and the party kicks off. It's a weeny dance floor, so expect to get up close and personal with whoever you're with, so choose wisely. Open 'til: Wednesday-Saturday: 1.30am. Sunday: Closed. Monday-Tuesday: 12.30am. Rathbone Pl, London W1T 1JF

SOUTH

Rum Kitchen Brixton

You said party? Hell yeah you've got one at this Caribbean-style party place. From the girls dancing on the tables, to the 90's bangers, lively crowd and the boozy tropical rum cocktails. This is a shiny new Brixton bar, without the wanky crowd. Get involved.

435 – 437 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London SW9 8LN

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  The Old Schoolyard American-style party playground The ultimate party/karaoke/cocktail bar that looks like Saved By The Bell's Zach's kinda hangout as it's sticking with the school motif. We’re talking table football, basketball hoops, old school lockers and 80s music matched with some serious cocktails made by bartenders who are anything but. Yeah, this place is one helluva boozy and regressive playground. FYI: Happy Hour is 5.30pm till 8pm where Cocktails are £4.50 and two Beers for a fiver. Winning. Open 'til: Tuesday-Thursday: 11.30am. Friday-Saturday: 1am. Sunday-Monday: Closed. 109-111 Long Lane, London, SE1 4PH Omeara New to the after-hours party for those that want more than just DJ action for their nights out. The brainchild of Ben Lovett from Mumford & Sons – it's a live music hangout with a separate bar too. 6 O’Meara Street, London Bridge, SE1 1TE Northcote Records You'll get sweaty, you'll dance, you'll spend too much on vodka and tonics and probably end up snogging someone in the band. With live music every night and a lively crowd it's a guaranteed top notch night out.  close before you're ready to call it a night, so message BarChick for after-party suggestions. P.S they also have Old Street Records in East London, but on the weekends they have more live DJs playing chart tunes than music action. 8-10 Northcote Road, SW11 1NT northcote records clapham junction Venn Street Records Pizza, booze and noughties indie classics Think High Fidelity meets pizza and booze warehouse and that’s where you’ll be grooving. Kick things off with cheap drinks from 3pm-8pm - but what you’re really here for is the music, it’s properly dance-worthy. They’ve got live music and DJs who dig music from the likes of Oasis, Bloc Party and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Open 'til: Tuesday-Wednesday: 12am. Thursday: 1am. Friday-Saturday: 2am. Sunday: 11pm. Monday: Closed. 78 Venn Street, London SW4 0BD venstreet Mommi Cocktails, tapas and choons from all over the globe If you wanna fusion fix get to this Clapham local where South America meets Japan and crosses with Venice Beach.  We're pretty sure this is one of the only places in London where you can get a Pisco Sour and a Japanese craft beer alongside some sushi and ceviche. Feeling hyperactive from all the art, colours and cocktails? Hit the dance floor. The tunes are as multicultural as everything else they boast. FYI: Happy Hour alert: Fridays 10.30-12pm (BOOM!) you'll get 2-4-1 Mommi cocktails. Hello chaos. 44-48 Clapham High Street, London SW4 7UR   Canavan’s No frills stay-all-night kinda place It’s not every night that they push the furniture aside and reveal the famed dance floor, but when they do, insanity follows. We’re talking karaoke, resident DJs and Guinness. The building’s kinda grotty, the bartender’s are of the no-f*cks-given variety and the loos look like something out of Trainspotting, but it’s no doubt one of our favourite places to hit up on a proper night out when we’re in London. No frills, no fuss, brilliant underground DJs and a licensed bar till 6am. What a dream. Open 'til: Monday-Sunday: 4am 188 Rye Lane, Peckham, London SE15 4NF Canavan..s.Peckham.Pool.Club Market House Brixton Victorian pub with party tunes 'til 4am Late night bar and music venue in a two-storey Victorian pub with a serious daily Happy Hour (5pm - 8pm) and resident DJs on the deck to keep you limber until 4am on the weekends. If you don't come hungry, you're sure to leave totally starved from all that shaking and shuffling, and they sure as hell haven't skimped on the food here, with a rotating list of pop ups whipping up classics like mac and cheese. Open 'til: Sunday- Thursday: 11pm. Friday: 3am. Saturday: 4am
443 Coldharbour Ln, London SW9 8LN
Blue's Kitchen Brixton Live jams, rowdy dancefloor There's a time and a place for Blue's Kitchen, and bourbon-fueled dancing on a Saturday night is one of 'em. It's a multileveled playhouse with a downstairs dedicated to BBQ feasting, live jams and tattooed bartenders shaking sh*t up and an upstairs reserved for loud music, grinding and sweating... better known as dancing. Open 'til: Monday-Thursday: 12am. Friday: 2am. Saturday: 2.30am. Sunday: 10.30pm. 40 Acre Lane, London SW2 5SP blueskitchen The Southsider Cocktail Club Cheap cocktails and hyped music Clapham's inebriated but totally functional and lovable wingman. Clock the sauna-looking facade and old school lantern beckoning to you and get stuck in. The decor is pretty 'east end drinking den meets New York cocktail club' with the exposed brick walls and red booths, but the prices are well south London. Happy Hour's every night from 5-8 with £6 cocktails and hyped music. Open 'til: Sunday-Thursday: 2am. Friday-Saturday: 2am. 56 Battersea Rise, London SW11 1EG Tooting Tram and Social Club Mega party shed down south By day it's a big airy-like warehouse, with a bit too much space. But by night it's a packed party place, when all the Tooting crew come out to play. With live bands and late night DJs - this is where it's at in this part of town (not that there's much else). 46-48 Mitcham Rd, London SW17 9NA, UK

 EAST

London Cocktail Club, Bethnal Green

The east party place has got way more room to move and groove than the other venues from the LCC; it’s a split-level mezzanine with tables upstairs, perfect for dancing on. PLus they've got an outside beer garden - boom! There's a ‘derelict train yard’ theme going on, and the  cocktails are LCC party-starting classics and when BarChick came to play, they shook up an epic 8 Daiquiris in one go with their giant cocktail shaker.  You definitely won’t leave this place thirsty.

Arch 253, Paradise Row, Bethnal Green, London E2 9LE

The Dolphin

You haven't properly 'done' the East London party scene until you've woken up with a Dolphin stamp on your forehead. This place is crammed with all sorts of people, with one thing in common - they wanna carry on the party post 2am. It's a bit rough and ready, with cheesy tunes, cheap booze and a sweaty crowd - but you gotta love it.

165 Mare Street, London E8 3RH

Ridley Road Market DIY-style party bar hidden in a market A disco-dancing tiki hot house from the 70s awaits you and your mates itching for Red Stripes and sweaty times. The DIY look of this dive is sure to make you feel like anything goes...and it does. Reggae and Motown are in the mix so you’ll find BarChick on the chequered floor beneath the glittery disco ball with something questionable and orange in a plastic cup--it always does the job. FYI: There's a life-long happy hour here with £5 cocktails.  Open 'til: Monday: Closed. Tuesday-Wednesday: 12.30am. Thursday-Saturday: 2am. Sunday: 11pm. 49 Ridley Road, Dalston, London E8 2NP ridleyroad Dalston Jazz Bar Open only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights it's like it’s designed with your late-night party habits in mind. With a late licence and an wildly eclectic selection of tunes, the Jazz Bar is unique, in a very sweaty way. This place attracts every type of party goer – from the hot Brazillian students to the woman who looks like she should be at home looking after her kids, not making out with the sailor clad barman. Anything goes here. 4 Bradbury St, Dalston, London, N16 8JN Old Street Records A new party bar in east London - bam! From the guys behind Northcote and Venn Street down in Clapham, they know who to throw a good party. They’re big on music so expect all kinds of live jams, anything from brass acts to ska orchestras and dancing your shoes off to disco. And it’s on six nights a week baby! Although expect more mainstream pop and a short-skirt/open shirt crowd on a Saturdays, rather than grungy hipster crew. 350-354 Old Street, London EC1V 9NQ Ruby's Bar & Lounge Dalston Berlin-cool with live bands, DJs and hotties A mainstay on the hedonistic late-night circuit and its success has convinced Tom Gibson to go balls out and open a lounge next door. The whole place boasts a kind of Berlin aesthetic, but the lounge is where you'll be grooving to live bands and DJs at the weekend and getting up close 'n personal, which is cool 'cos everyone in here is a solid 7 or above in the looks department. Open 'til: Sunday-Monday: Closed. Tuesday-Thursday: 12am. Friday-Saturday: 2am. 72-76 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XB rubys La Cabina Spanish-style drinking den open 'til 5am La Cabina has makeshift Barcelona bar written all over it as it's the kind of spot you’d find down an alley off Las Ramblas where all the locals go to listen to Manu Chao and drink under neon lights and a tin tile ceiling. The cocktails are killer (think proper old school G & Ts and Chai Masala Martinis), the tapas are Sevilla-inspired and the DJs don't stop until 5am. That's right, from Thursday - Saturday, they're basically open until dawn. FYI: Home to London's latest happy hour, with 2 for 1 cocktails between 11pm and midnight. Open 'til: Monday: Closed. Tuesday-Wednesday: 12am. Thursday-Saturday: 5am. 232 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AX  Blues Kitchen Shoreditch Live bands and huge dancefloor  Where you go to jive and do things like an American in what looks like a New Orleans grotto meets warehouse diner. Cajun food, Rhythm and Blues and a massive copper bar housing an insane selection of bourbon are all on the cards. Live music 7 days a week from soul to swing to dixieland jazz. Book big areas for your most fun mates, make like a jitterbug and get involved. Open 'til: Monday-Wednesday: 12am. Thursday: 1am. Friday: 2.30am. Saturday: 3am. 134-146 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3AR blueskitchenshoreditch5.620x412.optimised The Drunken Monkey Dim sum and debauchery  Dim sum eatery and cocktail bar with a bit of a party lean as there's a wicked line up of DJs every night of the week. If you dig funk, house, soul, disco and balearic, this is the paper lantern-lit watering hole for you. Skive off work early and you'll be graced with the kind of Happy Hour fit for champions. FYI: Happy Hour: Monday-Friday: 5-7pm. Saturday 12pm-8pm. Sunday: All day. 4  selected beers for £10. Selected Cocktails for £5.00. Open 'til: Monday-Saturday: 12am. Sunday: 11pm 221-222 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6PJ  The Cat & Mutton Cool-kid party crowd with taxidermied backdrop A two-storey revamped pub full of London Field's cool kids. Keep things classic on the ground floor where you’ll find a lengthy bar, ale and craft beer plus some taxidermied muttons or leave your pint downstairs (seriously, rules are rules) and wind up the spiral staircase to Pearl’s for cocktails and couches. Whatever floor you choose, they'll be churning out wicked tunes: Tuesdays and Thursdays is all about live blues and boogie but expect disco soul and a hell of a lotta Prince come the weekend. Open 'til: Monday: 11pm. Tuesday-Thursday: 12am. Friday-Saturday: 1am.Sunday: 11.30pm. 76 Broadway Market, London E8 4QJ The Haggerston Late night boozer with cosy dancefloor For a 3am Haggerston hangout, it ain’t too shabby. A chilled pub by day, then by about your third tequila shot, away goes the chairs  and everyone piles onto the tiny dancefloor. It tends to be a bit of a meat market into the early hours, so if Tinder isn’t bearing any fruits, this could be the place! It’s a 3am finish on a Sunday baby, if that's how you roll.  Open 'til: Monday-Thursday: 1am. Friday-Sunday: 3am. 438 Kingsland Rd, London E8 4AA Joyeux Bordel Classy fun and cocktails in secret Shoreditch bar If you're looking top notch (these guys care) and have the dollar to spend, Joyeux Bordel is where to party into the early hours. Head down to this den of debauchery, with pimped up Parisian decor, lots of mirrors, epic leopard-print carpets (somehow looks classy here) and a modest but killer menu of Experimental Cocktail Club cocktail creations (it's all by the same Frenchy gang).  Music is a big thing here, with afro, soul, disco and boogie setting the the tone, plus the music system they use here is bangin'. Open 'til: Sunday-Monday: Closed.Tuesday-Thursday: 2am. Friday-Saturday: 3am 147 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3QE Barrio East Classy sure ain't the word, but if you want a fun place to prance about, do some serious flirting and drink crazy colourful cocktails (try not to steal the cups), then this is your place 'til 2am baby. Oh and there's even have a caravan for you to frolick in. FYI: Happy hour 5-8pm, where cocktails are a fiver. Then £5 off certain wines and £3 selected beers. Waaaay. Open 'til: Sunday-Monday: 12am. Tuesday-Wednesday: 1am. Thursday-Saturday: 2am. 141-143 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JE LCC

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Simmons King’s Cross Cheapskate's dream 'til 9, classic tunes and dancing 'til 3 Simmons reputation kinda precedes it, so if you’re a penny pincher their happy hour £2.50 drinks are gonna sort you out. Rock up for happy hour (4-9 Mon-Fri) and hang while playing Connect Four or dancing underneath a skull disco ball. Cocktails come in teacups, weird graffiti covers old school desks and DJs play classic tunes with a 70s/80s flex. Come on a Friday or Saturday and you won’t be booted till 3am. Open 'til: Sunday-Wednesday: 12am. Thursday: 2am. Friday-Saturday: 3am 32 Caledonian Rd, London N1 9DT simmonskings Barrio North Outrageous Latin vibes, tropical cocktails, parrot It’s colourful, it’s tacky and it’s mega. This isn’t where you go to sip on Martinis. Leave that sh*t at the door and get on the Caipirinha train. Barrio Allstar DJs will serenade you with everything from golden era hip hop, funk and soul to Latin and tropical beats. Come for Amigo Hour (daily till 8pm) and you’ll get high-octane cocktails for a £5. There will also be an oversized inflatable parrot chilling on the dancefloor if the rest wasn’t tempting enough. Open 'til: Sunday-Tuesday: 12am. Wednesday: 1am. Thursday: 2am. Friday-Saturday: 3am 45 Essex Rd, London N1 2SF Barrio.North.1 London Cocktail Club A speakeasy neighbourhood bar in Islington. The theme is “Pharmacy” complete with an “Apothecary Off-Licence” shop front. They make the usual badass cocktails and out back is A&E (Alcohol & Entertainment)… safe to say it’s very LCC and we know that means fun. 108 Essex Road, Islington Camden Assembly From the team behind XOYO, The Old Queen’s Head, Phonox, The Jazz Café – so you know there’s gunna be some hot acts. Expect a young crowd of 400 gig goers and insane LED lights. Their Soundsystem is badass too. 49 Chalk Farm Rd, NW1 8AN Jazz Cafe The legendary gig venue has had revamp and it’s looking pretty fresh and ready to party. Think urban-meets-art-deco theme and a brand new D&B Sound System – it’s gunna be loud. It’s probably gonna get wild. Come for major names from the jazz, funk, hip hop and electro scenes. 5 Parkway, Camden Town, NW1 7PG

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The Globe Notting Hill Reggae and hip hop beats, lots of rum Downstairs is a Notting Hill treasure, keeping with its Caribbean heritage. Start the night off at Moral Fox for a Brandy Milk Punch and some fried chicken and make your way to the basement dive for afro, reggae and hip hop beats. If you reckon you’re in the mood to make bad decisions and be naughty, best to do it underground with rum and that dude with the ‘rollie’ in the corner. Open 'til: Sunday-Wednesday: Closed. Thursday- Saturday: 1am 103 Talbot Rd, London W11 2AT Little Yellow Door Hunt down the yellow door, head up the stairs and get ready to dive into the fun. See there’s a bangin’ house party that kicks off every Wednesday to Saturday here – thrown by an awesome fictional house share. It gets a bit rowdy and sweaty (as much as it does here in West London) and the booze comes supersized, with mega fish bowls and punches. Grab a straw and get stuck in. The best parties are always the ones you don’t have to deal with the next day… 68 Notting Hill Gate, W11 3HT Tonteria Carnival party vibe Come in the early evening and you'll get a mostly chill, slightly veering toward mad, Mexican tapas lounge. Stay through the night (preferably until 3 if you could swing it) and things descend into the carnivalesque. You could thank the tequila shot train and theatrical DJs for that. It pretty much impossible to have a sh*t night, it gets wild in here. Open 'til: Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday: Closed. Monday, Friday, Saturday: 3am. Thursday: 2.30am 7-12 Sloane Square, London SW1 W8EG  Trailer Happiness Underground Tiki bar, lots of coconuts Tiki-tastic subterranean trailer bar / breeding ground for all sorts. Especially those who dig classic cocktails with cheeky Polynesian twists and dumplings galore.  This is where bartenders come to get loose, so you know it's gonna get wild. Come here for Thursday - Saturday and you'll get your Reggae, Blues, Hip Hop and Funk fix. They've even got their very own Rum Club. What are you waiting for? Open 'til: Sunday-Wednesday: 12am. Thursday: 12.30am. Friday-Saturday: 1am 177 Portobello Rd, London W11 2DY TRAILER.HAPPINESS (1) Nam Long Le Shaker Home to the famous Flaming Ferrari, you gotta have at least one before you can say you've lived (Wills & Kate got ratted on them once, apparently). For a long time it's been the best in the west to start a party, and it always delivers. Expects choons Thursday to Saturday from the DJ Le Shaker DJ and lots of sweaty people with cash to splash. FYI: They now how a secret party room downstairs. Open 'til: Monday-Saturday: 2am. Sunday: Closed. 159 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 0LJ Bunga Bunga West London carnage in Berlusconi-themed bar You'll probably do something (or someone) you regret here, but that's all part of the vibe. Every hour on the hour, everyone gets on the podiums around the room to shake their thang - we're talking everyone; the bouncers, the bar staff, the chef are all up there. Clock hits 12 and it's Christmas Day every night - with glitter confetti and 'All I Want For Christmas Is You'. It never gets boring here. Sup from from Berlusconi's face (or a mug that looks like him). Cheesy and faux Italian all over, your Italian mates will hate it. Open 'til: Sunday-Monday: Closed. Tuesday-Thursday: 1am. Friday: 2am. Saturday: 2am 37 Battersea Bridge Road, London SW11 3BA Bodo's Schloss If you're more about the apres than the ski, this is your place. With giant cow bells hanging above the bar, and drinks out of ski boots - you could almost be in a snug party chalet in the alps. 2a Kensington High Street, London W8 4RE Paradise by Way of Kensal Green Restaurant turns dance party One part Southern Gothic, one part Victorian drawing room and a dash of greenhouse is what to expect from this bar/restaurant/nightclub. Named after a poem opposing the prohibition of alcohol but it’s not one of those stock slick speakeasies. If you fancy dancing along to live music, they’ve got that in spades. You can even bring your boring mate 'cos there are chesterfields to kick back on too. Open 'til: Monday-Wednesday: 12am. Thursday: 1am. Friday-Saturday: 2am. Sunday: 11.30pm. 19 Kilburn Lane, Kensal Green, London W10 4AE paradise.by.way.of.kensal Need more? 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With banging meat, heaps of crispy potatoes and the don of all Yorkshire puddings, it gets pretty competitive out there. We toured the town to bring you the ultimate roast, whatever part of London you’re in. Hope you’re hungry…

CENTRAL

SEA CONTAINERS AT THE MONDRAIN

We’re talking Clay Oven Roasted Leg of Lamb with mint yoghurt and coriander seeds and a f*ckton of crispy roast potatoes, steaming veg, meaty gravy, the works. Plus you’ll be right on the Southbank… insane riverside view, tick. Post lunch stroll when you feel like you’re gonna explode, tick. 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD

BLACKLOCK

Chops from Hawksmoor

Our favourite place for a chops fix, the guys at Blacklock are now taking on Sunday roasts. Built above their in-house charcoal grill is a meat suspension bridge that slow-roasts whole cuts of beef rib, middlewhite pork and Cornish lamb legs served alongside massive yorkshires, duck fat roast potatoes and marrow gravy all for just £20! Sip on Bloody Marys, Breakfast Martinis and cold-pressed juices with mini gin bottles too. Sundays never tasted so good.

24 Great Windmill St, London W1D 7LG

Dean Street Townhouse Simple straightforward feeding Soho on a Sunday is a whole different vibe to any other day; it drops the weekday hardcore hustle and late night debauchery and, just like us, spends the whole of Sunday recovering. They keep it pretty simple at the Townhouse with straightforward beef or chicken which is pretty perfect for hungover days when you need to keep the energy levels to a minimum. Two courses are only £24 too so it’s winning all ‘round. 69 – 71 Dean Street, London, W1D 3SE Tom's Kitchen Tradition with all the posh trappings You're not gonna get your mum's bland but miraculously spot on slapdash meat and two veg special here, but you're gonna get just that turbocharged. If you want to stick to tradition, no problem: settle into the roast of the day served with fresh veg, roast potatoes and Yorkshire pud. But if you wanna go wild, try the seven hour confit lamb served with mashed potato and balsamic onions. Got a massive sweet tooth at the table? Seal the deal with a pear and blackberry crumble with clotted cream or a baked Alaska with panettone and vanilla ice cream. Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA Hawksmoor Air Street The King of all roasts These guys are the biggest meat heads in town which means that the Hawksmoor roast is probably the best the goddamn city’s got to offer. They cook their beef on charcoal and serve it with duck fat potatoes, bone marrow and all the rest of that roast-y goodness but if you’re feeling less carnivorous then this Hawksmoor specialises in seafood so take a look at those lobsters. By all means, whatever part of town you’re in, hit up the nearest Hawksmoor for total roast perfection. 5a Air Street, London, W1J 0AD ROAST.Hawksmoor (2) Corrigan’s Mayfair Great post-stroll grub Hit this place after a brisk walk in Hyde Park; it’s got a mean roast that isn’t all about the meat. With beef and lamb on the menu they’ve got some great variety and for those feeling fishy you can order up hake, cod or brill instead. They have the perfect Bloody Mary and a great wine list too. Also, their exceptional sommelier advocates free pouring, our hero! 28 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, W1K 7EH  Riding House Cafe Banging brunch meets Sunday lunch These guys do a serious brunch/lunch all rolled into one, It’s the perfect spot to kick back in if you’ve decided to brave the hectic hoards on Oxford Street. They’ve got roast chicken for two and a rib of beef as well as small plates, salads and soups which we’d just eat as extra sides - poutine chips? Hello! If you’re feeling the effects of last night’s booze, we say just get back on it and order up one of their four Negroni options. 43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1W 7PQ ROAST.Riding.House.Cafe Coq D'argent City staple Perched on the roof of No. 1 Poultry is this City brasserie doing Sunday lunch proper. Whether you want a traditional roast or something a bit more adventurous, they've got you covered. We're talking roasted leg of lamb, Yorkshire pudding, roast veg, rosemary and garlic sauce; corn-fed chicken supreme, Gruyere cheese and black truffles, artichoke and celeriac puree and Cep risotto, artichoke, mascarpone and parmesan crisp. Noice. 1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ

NORTH

THE ALBION

A whole goddamn pig

This beautiful Georgian building draped with wisteria and weeping willow houses a roast of champions. Literally. It’s won awards. Their lamb rump, pork belly, fore rib and whole Sasso chicken are all kindsa good but we’re desperate for a chance to round up 15 people order their whole roast suckling goddamn pig. Yeah, baby.

10 Thornhill Road, London N1 1HW

PIG AND BUTCHER

In-house butchery and bigass sharers

With a name like that there’s gotta be some good meat on the menu, right? Not only do they butcher all their own meat on site but they’re big into brining, braising, smoking and curing. All their veg is fresh from Kent and their fish swims in from the south coast, if you want quality then you’ll get it here. Share a Special Reserve chicken for two or go big with a 35-day aged roasted Hereford sirloin. Your veggie mates won’t be disappointed either, their roasted Potimarron squash and poached egg could tempt the most hungry of carnivores.

80 Liverpool Road, Islington, London N1 0QD

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RED LION AND SUN

Takeaway roast dinners

This pub is surrounded by so much greenery that you’ll probably rock up after a lengthy walk with mud on your shoes and someone else’s dog in tow. Luckily, pups are welcome. Their roast is mega with loads to choose from braised lamb shank to a veggie nut roast, you can even get it all to take away if the hangover’s *that* bad. Booking is essential. You have been warned.

25 North Road, Highgate Village, London N6 4BE

THE PRINCESS OF WALES

Calling the people of Primrose Hill

Passing this pub on a Sunday is like passing an actual people magnet - you’ll be pulled inside before you know it. Not only do they have a jazz band tapping their toes for the afternoon, but you can hang downstairs in the bar, fill your face on the second floor and then, weather permitting natch, freshen up in their little garden (complete with original Banksy, y’know). Their food is all locally sourced and tastes amazing so take a wander around Primrose Hill then finish off here before the Monday fear hits.

22 Chalcot Road, London NW1 8LL

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THE BULL AND LAST

Taxidermy and trimmings

If you’re on the hunt for British pub grub at its best then this is your spot. Work up a sweat on Parliament Hill and make your way here where a taxidermy moose and bull hang high above the punters down below. Lunch here will last you the day, especially if you squeeze in some starters first - you should. Their roast sirloin and roast pork belly come with more than your average trimmings, and the veggie option of sheep’s cheese gnocchi is damn good too. It’s time to go big.

168 Highgate Road, London NW5 1QS

SOUTH

THE CROOKED WELL

South’s best roast

Probably the most famous roast south of the river, you’ve gotta be really dedicated to this cause ‘cos you need to book in mega advance or be prepared to queue. But with brick walls, low lighting and proper gastro pub vibes as well as chunky cuts of beef, all the trimmings and epic meaty homemade gravy, it’s totally worth the wait. Make sure you check out their ‘secret mix’ Bloody Marys too, it just wouldn’t be Sunday without one.

16 Grove Lane, London SE5 8SY

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THE FLORENCE

Urban bolt-hole

This self-titled 'grand old dame of a pub' in Herne Hill has just had a faux rustic refurb and it's all kicking off with epic Sunday roasts. If you're a recently converted urbanite with roots still deep in the country, this'll sort you right out. Think roast Hampshire pork belly, roast rump of beef and Suffolk chicken all served with roasted potatoes, roast carrots, swede, seasonal greens and Yorkshire puddings. They've also got their very own microbrewery on site alongside biodynamic wines. Got a hound? All are welcome. Not made a booking? Best not to chance it even if it is SE; this place is already getting rammed.

131-133 Dulwich Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0NG

THE TRINITY

Perfect rumps

Somewhere along the line this place has been voted ‘Best Sunday Lunch’ so it’s definitely worth getting to. Not just any old roast, their organic rump of beef is totally killer, as is the leg of lamb and chicken with trimmings to die for. The veggie Wellington and butternut risotto has got it going on for those herbivore mates too. This isn’t your chill and fill your face kinda place though, the glasses are polished and napkins are pressed. This treat is not one to drag the hangover crew to.

202-206 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JX

HOUSE OF TIPPLER

Manhattans with your mutton?

With a helping hand from Tim Maddams (the dude from River Cottage, team Tippler rustle up a damn good roast in that neighbourhood cocktail joint of theirs. We’re talking pork belly with crackling, topside of beef or a mix of both when you just want damn well everything. Chuck in a roasted vegetable pithivier to keep the veggies happy and stick around for the desserts. Wash it all down with South London’s best Manhattan. Sundays don’t get much better than this.

123 Lordship Lane, London SE22 8HU

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POWDER KEG DIPLOMACY

Flying the British flag

PKD are all about British produce so you know their roast is gonna be epic. You can take your pick from sirloin of beef with creamed horseradish, slow roasted pork belly, rosemary and garlic lamb or roast chicken with bacon crisp and bread sauce as well as a shallot tartlet for veggies; all ridiculously good and only £20 for two courses. Team it up with a damn good beer or one of their many cocktails - Tequila Maria, come at us - and you’ve won Sunday.

147 St. Johns Hill, London SW11 1TQ

THE AVALON

Clapham’s still got it

You’re gonna need to get here early to score a table because this is where most of Clapham comes to pig out. Serving up all the usual mega suspects like roast beef, pork belly and chicken with bread sauce alongside some epic trimmings but they’ve also got burgers, steaks and pizzas for those mates who aren’t feeling a roast. Get involved in the cocktail menu or order up a bottle of wine and if you’re lucky you’ll snag a seat by the fire.

16 Balham Hill, London SW12 9EB

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THE CANTON ARMS

A sunday sesh in Stockwell

A 10 minute walk from Stockwell tube, this place does a mean Sunday session. You can’t make a booking but the wait is softened by their Bloody Marys. It’s full of south London families and groups of mates so it’s all local, friendly, lazy Sunday vibes. Serving up either chicken, lamb, beef or pork to a pretty damn high standard and some great plates to share, the only difference between the roast here and cooking up a banging one at home is you have to pay up at the end - but when the food is this good it’s worth every penny.

117 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1XP

THE CALF

The game is on

Board games? Check. Booze? Check. Yorkshire puddings so big you could wear them as a hat? Check. The Calf in pretty Clapham Old Town ticks all the boxes. For bigass roasts of beef, pork and chicken, parsnip nut roasts and Bloody Marys to spice up your life, this place is a popular haunt for couples and groups of scrabble-lovin’ mates. Bring your dog and score the armchairs by the bar or take a huge group and reserve a long table in the back room. Best bit? They serve roasts all damn day, ideal for sleeping off the hangover post-gravy fix.

87 Rectory Grove, London SW4 0DR

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THE PALMERSTON

Because the Yorkshires are worth it

The roasts here are award winning and totally repping all the British seasonal ingredients that you want for a heartwarming feeding. All family vibes (you are in Dulwich after all) cosy fireplaces and fine Sunday dining, the Yorkshires in particular are outta this world and if you’re here for the booze good luck navigating that wine list. Less hangover central, more gourmet feasting, the food here is worth dropping the extra cash.

91 Lordship Lane, London SE22 8EP

EAST

The Hemingway Book in for a roasting This place is nearly always booked up for a roast so make sure you get in there quick. It’s decked out with some cool furniture; art deco mirrors sit alongside buffalo horns. Their roast is just what the doctor ordered on a Sunday, their Scotch eggs are a must and with most of the meat coming from the green fields of Devon, you can expect the perfect grub. 84 Victoria Road, London, E9 7JL // From 12-9pm The Royal Oak Columbia Road ain’t just about flowers Sundays at Columbia Road Flower Market wouldn’t be complete without a dip into The Royal Oak, bang smack in the thick of it all. The fun bit is getting busy downstairs but no one likes an elbow in their face when they’re eating… head upstairs for less noise and a feast! Designed for “those who dine in packs”, you can order up a whole chicken, lamb shoulder or sirloin so round up your mates, it’s feeding time. 73 Columbia Road, London, E2 7RG ROAST.the.royal.oak Jones & Sons The hottest boy in town Deep in Dalston you’ll find this old Victorian textile factory that now houses Jones & Sons. If you want a piece of their roast action, you gotta book ahead; this place is popular and not just with the trendy East End crew. People are rolling in for all over town to get their hands on the roast here. Order up and you’ll see why. 23-27 Arcola St, London E8 2DJ

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The Truscott Arms It’s all gravy, baby In its own words, “this is a pub worth travelling for”, and we can’t help but to agree with it. This five-storey Victorian pub happily lends itself to any occasion, from settling in at the bar with a pint (or even a cocktail), to enjoying a formal dinner with friends in the restaurant upstairs. Whatever your flex, it’ll do you proud but it’s their Sunday roast that we book in for. From lamb, to pork, to beef rump with seasonal roasted veg, potatoes, puddings and crazy good gravy, it truly is a roast of champions. We dream about that gravy. 55 Shirland Road, London, W9 2JD ROAST.the.truscott.arms Princess Victoria Save room for pudding What used to be a Victorian gin palace is now Uxbridge Road’s best spot to hit if you’re roast hungry on a Sunday. They have over 400 wines to choose from, a cigar and wine shop, a herb garden courtyard and some seriously good food. They’ve got beef, pork belly, lamb and roasted poussin all served with dripping roast potatoes and hella good veg. If you’ve still got room after that, hit the cheeseboard, sticky toffee pudding or gelato. There’s always room for gelato. 217 Uxbridge Rd, London, W12 9DH The Scarsdale Tavern Post-shop feeding Location-wise this spot is perfect if you’re jamming in some Sunday shopping/Whole Foods perving as it’s only two minutes from High St Ken. Down one of the quieter streets, this pub’s the one literally covered in greenery. Inside it’s all rearing horses framed by heavy gold frames, chunky tables and a crowd that lunches here on the reg. They don’t serve the world’s best roast but what does appear from the kitchen will fill you to the brim and satisfy your Sunday hunger cravings. 23a Edwardes Square, London, W8 6HE ROAST.the.scarsdale.arms The Idle Hour One for the Barnes locals Hidden down a small alley in the far away hideout that is Barnes, it’s the locals’ best kept secret. Of the many clocks that line the walls, there is not one that tells the right time so you can lose a couple of hours here. The roast is a big event for these guys (as are the burgers, but that’s another story); they make sure their meat is from one of the best butchers in town. The choice is either a whole roast chicken or a roasted leg of lamb served with goose fat potatoes, veg and gravy. For a minimum of two people, rally your pals and get carving. 62 Railway Side, Barnes, London, SW13 0PQ The Harwood Arms If your name’s not down, you’re not coming in It’s no secret that the Harwood Arms does a banging roast, so make sure you book ahead because rocking up on a Sunday, mates and hangovers in tow, is not gonna go down. The Sunday menu changes with the chef and the season but whatever’s on the menu will come with a side of the whole shebang whether you’re into meat, fish or just banging veg. 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Although some places serve it at night, it’s not always the "done thing" for dinner. That said, London is full of awesome cocktail and dim sum hangouts that we've covered for you night owls. What is Dim Sum? • It’s a small bite sized Cantonese food, usually served in small steamer baskets. • Dim sum’s literal meaning is ‘touch the heart’ as it was originally served as a snack, and therefore only meant to touch the heart. Cute. • In Cantonese going for dim sum is known as going to "drink tea" (yum cha), as tea is typically served with dim sum. Obvs we prefer cocktails, but never knock a decent tea. Dim.Sum.at.Royal.China What to order? There is often a lot to choose from so here is a list of must have classics: Har Gow - A shrimp dumpling, which is said to be the one that the skill of a dim sum chef is judged on. Traditionally it should have at least seven but preferably ten or more pleats imprinted on its wrapper. Shui Mai - Most likely to have ground pork and chopped shrimp, but you can get all sorts of varieties, order a scallop shui mai for sure. Cheung Fun - This translates as a rice noodle roll, go for prawn or pork but they come with sorts of options. The key is the soy-like sauce they pour over them, this sauce is key, if in doubt, ask for extras. Roast Pork Puff - BBQ pork in pastry, ‘nuff said. They are awesome, get lots. Not to be confused with a Cha Sui Bao – Those big pillow-like, white fluffy BBQ-pork-filled-buns, a more filling baked bun kinda dim sum. Xiaolongbao - Soup dumpling / Shanghai dumpling - possibly one of the wonders of the world, a dumpling with soup inside. Genius. Just be sure to let them cool down, major date fail if you don't. Sesame Paper Wrapped Prawn - Does what it says on the tin, good old fashioned fried fun. Lo Mai Gai - Steamed sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaf, usually with some egg, pork or chicken in there too. Yam Croquette - These are whispy wonders that are made of mysterious meaty mush. Try one, you might like it, it didn’t stop BarChick’s date even though he thought they smelt like c*m. Soup - A soup hit in the form of a hot and sour or a wonton is always a good way to kick start proceedings. Those of you feeling wild should get the chicken feet in the mix too, a talking point and a classic. Dim.sum.platter.and.cocktails Where? Dim sum can go either way in London; there’s the good, the bad and the terrible, but we say go for the awesome. Royal China This place has a cult like following. You can't book at lunch but just grab a ticket and get in line, it’s worth the wait which shouldn't be long. It’s traditional, fast and has a great atmosphere. Take the whole family and order lots, you'll look like a pro. By night it gets a little fancy, so we say head here for lunch and stick to what they do best. Although they have restaurants all over town, you won't catch BarChick anywhere but Baker Street or Bayswater. Baker Street / Bayswater / Canary Riverside / Fulham / Harrow / Queensway DIMSUM..ROYAL.CHINA Hakkasan Who doesn't lap up a lunch at the legendary Hakkasan? This place is as sexy as it gets, even on a Sunday, which is the best time to head here for dim sum. Dim Sum Sundays run from 12pm-5pm and for £58 a head you will be spoilt rotten. Dim sum, Champagne, cocktails, DJs and more. It’s worth every penny. 17 Bruton Street, London W1j 6QB Yauatcha Alan Yau’s legendary dim sum hangout is a must for everyone. Make sure you get the bean curd prawn cheung fun, and the supreme broth soup if you’re adventurous. Check out the awesome tea and cake selections and don't be shy on the cocktails and sake. 15-17 Broadwick Street, London W1F 0DL DIMSUM..YAUATCHA Wing Tai This place is attached to the Wing Yip supermarket in Cricklewood (at the very top of Edgware Road) and it’s perfect if you find yourself stuck in traffic on the North Circular on a Sunday. Dim sum on Sundays here are all about the family vibes, it’s like a comfort blanket rescuing you from the horrors of out of town shopping centres. Unit 2, Wing Yip Business Centre, 395 Edgware Rd, London NW2 6LN Dragon Palace, Earls Court People travel from far and wide to eat the in-house made needle. They are awesome and a really rare kind of noodle you never find in London. The dim sum rocks too, a must for any budding dim summer; make sure you order the Chiu Chow Fan Kou. 207 Earls Court Rd, London SW5 9AN DIM.SUM..DRAGON.PALACE Chinese Boulevard This is our left field option, it’s kinda weird, but it’s right on the river, full of Chinese families (BarChick’s usually the only blonde) and ridiculously cheap. There’s a 50% off weekday offer if you pay in cash, and a nice big menu to work through. Never knock a cheap Chinese meal, ever. 1 The Boulevard, Smugglers Way, London SW18 1DE Princess Garden This is one of the best dim sum hangouts in London and it’s surprisingly affordable for its swanky location. Book a table for a long dim sum weekend lunch, or throw a party in one of the private rooms, everyone loves a banquet! 8-10 N Audley St, London W1K 6ZD DIM.SUM..PRINCESS Dragon Castle One of south London's best Chinese offerings, Dragon Castle offers a full menu of freshly made dim sum during the day, but also offers a platter in the evenings. Don't be put off by its glum location off the Elephant and Castle roundabout, it's Asian glitz inside and always crammed with Chinese diners. Ask your waitress what's available on the platter that day. 100 Walworth Rd, London SE17 1J Pearl Liang  This is Paddington’s best kept secret, not only is the dim sum awesome, but they still serve a limited menu at night (a rarity with good dim sum). 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Bonding work dos, Christmas jumper wearing dinner parties and hang time with the fam make this the party month of the year. So with that in mind, there is no better time to get that booze cabinet up to scratch. Goodbye canned G&Ts and hello killer cocktails in ya living room. Stock the freezer up with ice, and let’s get this party started.

This year's hottest bottles

Italicus  Italian drinks still reigned supreme in 2017 so when the godfather of Italian drinking, Giuseppe Gallo, brought out a fresh as hell Italian bergamot spirit only good things were going to happen. Like winning Best New Spirit of The Year.  Natch.  The beautiful bottle alone is worth a spot on your top shelf and once you've had a whiff on citrus and seen what those notes of lavender, rose and bitter spice do to a glass of Prosecco you'll be hooked. Chuck in 3 olives, 'cos if you're going to do Italian you've got to do it properly. Silent Pool Gin So there may be approx. 1 million gins to choose from but we're fussy and only drink the best stuff so we say stick local with this delicious one made in Surrey. 24 botanicals, citrus, rose (noticing a trend here?) and balanced out with local honey, this new gin is a real treat and will make the best G&T you and your crew have had all year. Belsazar Vermouth This range of vermouths are a key ingredient in cocktails in some of London’s best bars.  So you should probably get in on it. You can pick your blend from their dry, red, rose or white vermouths depending on what you’re after. Add to cocktails or sip it like BarChick in a Belsazar Vermouth and tonic… it's low ABV so won't have you falling off your chair. Haig Club  Because a bottle as sexy as Becks is always a good idea. This super smooth Scotch grain whisky is one for the cabinet 'cos not only is it good neat it makes a mean cocktail: apple soda, ginger bitters, Haig Club, BOOM.

The classics

King's Ginger This is a Christmas cabinet must have.  Specifically created by Berry Bros way back in 1903 for King Edward VII, it's still going strong today. This liqueur is gingery, zesty and rich,  making it the perfect addition to your Champagne, Christmas cocktails, mulled wine or even just enjoyed straight up on ice. BarChick’s dad won't do Christmas without it. Tio Pepe Sherry A Christmas classic that needs to be in your cupboard. It's dry, it's fresh, Nan loves the stuff and it also goes really well in a Bloody Mary; some say it's the secret ingredient. Otherwise treat it just like a glass of white wine and serve unbelievably chilled. Buffalo Trace  Whisky is the perfect winter tipple (think hot toddies) and this is one of the smoothest around.  It’ll warm you up from the inside out and then some. Keeping the toffee and apple flavours simple it's perfect in an Old Fashioned or Manhattan for post dinner cocktails or just enjoyed straight up on the rocks. Peroni You've got to be able offer people something ice cold and fresh when they walk through the door - and Peroni ticks all the boxes. It's the sassiest beer around. Thought beer was just for good for - well, beer? Think again. Peroni is kick ass in cocktails too. Play like some of the best bartenders on the planet and mix up some Peroni cocktails if you're feeling fancy. They even do gluten free for THAT family member. Salut! Courvoisier Everyone needs a little bit of luxe in their life and this cognac totally fits the bill. They've just brought out a limited edition range that includes a Courvoisier Reserve 1978 for £1,100 and we can tell you now that it's worth every penny. If you're after a cheaper version the Courvoisier V.S.O.P is around £30 and excellent if you're mixing up some sophisticated cocktails for guests.       Sipsmith Sloe Gin We all know that Sipmsith do a damn good gin, but did you know about their Sloe Gin? 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Nothing starts a party like some of this stuff, get grandma sipping on a Tommy’s and you'll have yourself a merry one.  Even better you can whip out the ultimate booze trivia at the table when you learn how the stuff was made by watching THIS. It's epic.  Yes you've learnt something from all that time spent drinking, stick that, Grandad.   Other Essentials For Your Cabinet Tonic (we love Schweppes, it's those bubbles) Tabasco Angostura Bitters Tomato juice Ginger ale   Where to buy your booze? Check out our best booze shops in London, but our favourite 31 Dover can be visited from the comfort of your own home, delivered the next day and they’ve got all the right booze to fill that cupboard." 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Ruby's Bar & Lounge

72-76 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XB

Dalston Kingsland (Overground)

Opening hours

Tue - Thur: 6pm - 12am,
Fri - Sun: 6pm - 2am

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Barchick Says

Date Updated: 01/02/2016

Take a tiny trip and tumble down a staircase in Dalston and you’ll end up at Ruby’s; a sort-of speakeasy beneath an illuminated cinema billboard baring a different message depending on the mood.  When we visited it read ‘nothing to see here’ which as you well know is usually b*llocks. The bar opened when Dalston was still in its ‘hipster’ infancy, but now it’s a mainstay on the hedonistic late night circuit and its success has convinced Tom Gibson to go balls out and open a lounge next door.

Despite boasting Berlin aesthetics, it’s the Butlin’s joie de vivre we love about Ruby’s, you’re packed in so tightly you can’t help but make friends, which is cool as everyone is solidly above a 7 in the looks department. There is a lot to see here, as long as your beer goggles adjust to the low light and you take it easy on the Rhubarb Sours, that is. The bar’s a seated only joint, if there isn’t a table you’ll have to wait until one comes up. There will be a small huddle around the bar but no disco-dancing/slut dropping, there simply isn’t the space.  If you want something more roomy or fancy swapping a cocktail for a decent Italian wine or pint of ale head through to the lounge where you can groove to live bands or DJs at the weekend.

When the munchies set in, Hanoi Kitchen will sort you out with some Vietnamese street food. This one’s got it all.

 

 


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