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Lazybones

Restaurants, British Farringdon and Smithfield
4 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

A City cocktail bar and US-inspired restaurant from the Davy's group. 

Lazybones says
Just a short walk from Farringdon station, Lazybones serves up American classics ranging from burgers to pulled pork and wings, with its trademark, laid-back vibe. Just as impressive is the drinks list, created by a talented bar team – look out for contemporary twists on the classic cocktails.

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Address: Unit 5 Cowcross Street
London
EC1M 6DQ
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Users say (4)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.3 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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I went when it was quiet to sample to food rather than the cocktails. As a BBQ restaurant, the food is pretty forgettable. I had the ribs and fries, both of which where at best average. Pretty disappointing.

Tastemaker

If you are after cocktails, burgers, slow cooked meat, or craft beers, then Lazy Bones, near Farringdon station, is a place to go. The bar is located slightly off the main road, next to the Farringdon Sports Bar & Grill, and this means it isn't usually as busy as the other venues in the area.


Their happy hour runs from 5pm to 8pm and you can purchase one of ten cocktails for around £5 each during this time. I'd recommend the Long Island Ice Tea or the Espresso Martini!


The food is wonderful too and is always served promptly and piping hot. 


I have no complaints about Lazy Bones, except for the mad rush to the bar at 7:55pm, when people will buy themselves three or four drinks each for the next few hours.


Also sign up to their Facebook page for regular competitions for free drinks and/or food. One day we will win!!


When I first started going to Lazy Bones, it was an off the beaten track, awesome happy hour, quite post work drink kind of place. Over the last year it has boomed into a bustling Friday night spot, due to its cheap drinks (1/2 price bottle of prosecco and cocktails before 8pm) and pretty tasty, comforting grub (pulled pork sandwiches, ribs etc). If you're looking for some easy weekday drinks around Farringdon, you can't go far wrong with Lazy Bones!

Tastemaker

You would think that as this place is slightly off of the beaten track it wouldn't be painfully busy on a Friday night. No such luck. Someone obviously let the cat out of the bag about the generous happy hour (until 8pm) and delicious cocktails (I recommend the strawberry daiquiri) so expect a tight squeeze on a Friday evening.

The cosy confines are worth it for the drinks and good transport links. If you want a table, I would recommend booking in advance unless you want to stand in the toilet.

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