Found in the Corinthia, this is a music-themed destination bar with art-deco style surroundings. The furnishings are all bespoke and the main show piece is the bar which has a piano built into its side. There are various reproductions of Jazz art adorned on the walls. A fabulous cocktail list but expect high prices. A place to impress or be impressed.Live music every night from 9pm except Sundays.
This is definitely one of London's most unusual venues for a bar! Found underground, beneath the Aldwych, this intimate bar was once the most infamous gent's loo in London's Theatreland. Open till late, there are live cabaret, burlesque and jazz acts every evening. Within its limited space, it features the UK's first SMS text jukebox - 'Hang the DJ.'
A legendary bar, been around since 1890 and is regarded as the oldest wine bar in London. It has a unique atmosphere where time has stood still. Old wooden walls, covered with historical newspaper cuttings and memorabilia faded with age. The cellar has rickety candle-lit tables. It is known to be a very romantic bar.
Located in the St.Martins Lane Hotel, this is an eclectic bar which has light as its main feature. The pure mix of pink, orange, green and purple colours creates a remarkable effect on the ceiling. Only table service is offered and patrons can enjoy sitting in the cozy niches. Snacks are provided from the hotel’s infamous Asia de Cuba restaurant and there are numerous popular cocktails to select from such as Strawberry Cheesecake and Raspassion Martini. The weekend features DJs and guest list reservation is advised.