5 Buzzing Restaurants and Bars to Get Drinks in London 🍷

‘The Mayor of Scardy Cat Town’

mayor-02 One of London’s hidden speakeasy gems. Ever wanted to get your favourite cocktail by walking through a Smeg fridge? If yes then hallelujah, we’re the same kind of weird. To get in make sure to tell one of The Brekafast Club staff that you’re “here to see the Mayor” and voila a whole new world of vintage furniture and candle light.

Our top tip: Made sure you use the WalkUp app to get yourself a table at The Breakfast Club, Spitalfields so you can chow down on their DELICIOUS food. Also gotta line that stomach before hitting up The Mayor.

Fave food: Cheese board with cauliflower fritters and chimichurri drool

Fave drink: Scaredy Papa… Think rum and pineapple. Pina colada beach vibes.

Netil 360

netil360 Idyllic for a post-work drink and natter with some mates, or a big Saturday night pres, whether you’re looking to unwind or wind up Netil360 can set the scene for your night out. A panoramic, roof-top bar in East London they offer big skies, fresh air and positive vibes only.

Our top tip: Try go when the sun is out and come equipped with layers, the vibe is so great you’ll only want to stay late into the night, even when things get a little chilly.

Fave food: their Palm Greens salads… think cashews, Middle Eastern condiments, baby gems roasted nuts and more deliciousness in a bowl.

Fave drink: We’ll have a couple Pimm’s Pint for the table please.

Seven Dials Market

seven dials market One of Covent Garden’s best well kept secrets hiding in plain sight. Step into the wonderful world of Seven Dials Market, a new and chic style of food court serving only the most promising of street food vendors. With 14 different vendors ranging from the world’s first ever rotating cheese bar, Japanese soul food, vegan Mexican and more… Seven Dials Market has a bustling range of drinks and food to offer. The perfect vibey spot for not-your-typical drinks and tantalising bites.

Our top tip: Bring your vegan friends to the Mexican spot… They’ll be forever impressed with your pick.

Fave food: Latino fried chicken from El Pollote, and make sure you get the yuca fries on the side. HELLO DROOL.

Fave drink: Square Root Soda.

Berber & Q Exmouth Market bar

berber and q Inspired by the streets of Tel Aviv, this Middle Eastern rotisserie, mezze, cocktails and wine bar sits tucked away in the buzzing Exmouth Market. Hipster area with a great vibe, ideal for a weekend stroll or after work drinks. Step into a world of electric energy, aromatic smells and authentically israeli vibe to forget you’re in London.

Top tip: order the hummus with pita, perfect for a light snack with your drinks

Fave drink: Yotam’s Jam. Don’t ask, just drink.

Fave Food: Get mezze and lots of it, baba ganoush is a must.

Tapas Brindisa, Soho

Tapas Bri London’s first no-reservations, tapas bar, Tapas Brindisa is of course one of our London restaurants exceptionally close to our heart. Born out of Monika Linton’s (owner and founder) true love of Spain, she brought her knowledge of Spanish food, curated in the 80s, to London. Tapas Brindisa, Soho is perfect for those summer to autumn evenings when you’re looking for quality wine, scrumptious tapas and some people watching.

Top tip: Try nab yourself one of the chairs outside, ideal for people watching and schmoozing with a pal.

Fave food: Pulpo con romesco.

Fave drink: A bottle of La Rosa if we may…