4 Posh and Fashionable Bars in London

Cocktail hour couldn’t be more chic than at these top London establishments.

The Connaught Bar – This opulent lounge is the ideal stage for a fashionable cocktail. The best Martini in London is shaken or stirred to your taste right in front of you. Choose from 7 made in house bitters on their famed Martini trolley and watch the ceremony of the making of a bespoke martini.  If you fancy something a bit more diverse check out the extensive drink menu that includes modern fusion versions of classic cocktails, choice champagnes, or try their Whiskey and Chocolate tastings.


Classic Martini at the Connaught Bar

Artesian – Voted the World’s Best Bar it is easy to see why. This upscale bar offers a cutting edge cocktail menu presented on a colourful dial where one can choose a drink based on mood as much as flavour. Presentation is part of the excitement with ice shaped like butterflies and one cocktail even comes with incense smoke.


Whimsical details at Artesian

Donovan Bar – A sophisticated take on established English style both in design and drinks, the Donovan Bar at Browns Hotel in Mayfair is both intimate and hip. Cozy low lit relaxed modern lounge with a classic dark wood bar back lit by a stained glass window of St. George. The cocktail menu features a fresh interpretation of classic cocktails, and the garnishes such as dried fig, sprigs of lavender and mint add that special touch.


Elegant garnishes at the Donovan Bar

The Blue Bar – Ultra fashionable and tres chic, The Berkeley’s pale blue bar in Knightsbridge is like walking into a jewel box. That in itself makes the Blue Bar a treat, but the mixologists behind the bar make some of the tastiest cocktails in the city. An exciting and very tasty bar menu with extraordinary concoctions, and garnished so prettily with orchids or feathered lemon peel make for cocktails a la mode.


Cocktail chic at Blue Bar

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