Green Bar at Hotel Café Royal

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Piccadilly Circus

The Green Bar at Hotel Cafe Royal honours its cocktail making heritage by serving up classic mixed drinks as well as original creations. The Green Bar specialises in absinthe with its very own absinthe fountain used expertly by bar staff for straight shots or heady green cocktails. 

Venue name: Green Bar at Hotel Café Royal
Contact:
Address: Café Royal
68 Regent Street
London
W1B 4DY
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus
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Sheens86
Tastemaker

Another hotel bar crossed off my hit list, only another couple of hundred to go! :s

You may feel slightly daunted as you approach the entrance of this very swish hotel, especially if you were dressed as shabbily as I was on a Friday night at 11pm. However, the doorman was very smiley and welcoming, instantly setting me at ease. The barman was just as friendly and recommended some of his favourite cocktails, we opted for the Vesper Martini and Old Fashioned (a true mark of a cocktail bar is how good their Old Fashioned is) and the Hotel Café Royal Green Bar know how to make a drink! Very relaxed setting, mingling with guests and randoms, also complimentary snacks – they clearly knew the way into my good books! Definitely recommend popping in here for a drink pre or post date.

Nicky G
Tastemaker

Tucked away in a corner of the Hotel Café Royal (which is worth a visit in itself) we stumbled the Green bar while 'just looking around'. The bar stocks an impressive variety of French absinthe and a beautiful absinthe tap, so really what's a couple of girls to do on a Friday night but enjoy a dance with the green fairy? A glass of Le Fée dropped over a sugar cube will take £16 from your pocket but we highly recommend.

Tara P
Tastemaker

The Green Bar is a relaxed place to duck away from the crush of Regent Street. With a wide range of cocktails and a small, intimate atmosphere, it feels fancy but not pretentious. 


The cocktail prices are on a par with most hotel bars in London, but the Green Bar is all the more enjoyable for the contrast with the hustle and bustle beyond its doors. 


I'm just sorry I didn't try the short-lived free-flowing prosecco brunch, as that sounded original and excellent value. Please bring it back!