Bars and pubs for after work drinks in London
Beautifully retro eighteenth-century church hall meets exotic taxidermy showroom that attracts young drinkers.
A bright, modern bar with drinks and tapas straight out of Andalusia.
A boisterous west London outpost for the Aberdeenshire-based brewer. Head along for a pre-Shepherd’s Bush Empire sharpener.
At Cask you'll find a gathering of beer lovers celebrating all that’s brilliant about beer.
Dozens of taps means dozens of excuses to settle into this beer-heavy hideaway.
Great for a pre-gig party where the beer is always amazing.
The Earl of Essex is geared up for a beery but refined evening - everything on tap is great.
Former station gatehouse turned busy craft beer pub.
Always crowded, insanely atmospheric, pavement spillage inevitable.
Aim for a sunny summer evening – Granary Square is quite lovely when the sun is setting.
An after-work favourite, although we also recommend visiting when the loyal regulars from surrounding ad agencies are stuck in pitch meetings.
Cramped, heaving, noisy – and loving every second of it. The Lamb & Flag always attracts an after-work crowd.
Spacious railway arch transformed into a well-stocked bottle shop and bar.
Cool customers crowd in for cocktails and conversation.
A wonderful local that makes everyone feel at home.
This charming, characterful boozer is curiously unbothered by the crowds you’ll find in other Borough pubs. So it’s perfect for a quiet few pints.
A bar for professional people who may lack a professional appreciation of wine.
Come on Monday nights, when all bottles of wine are sold at take-home prices.
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