With London Cocktail Week in full swing, there are a few artisan bars causing a stir. The mix of classic drinks and the collaboration of some very unique artisan makers have topped the bars this year, and we think they are well worth a visit.
Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour in Covent Garden is the epitome of quintessential britishness with it’s vintage style and eccentric design.
Their cocktails are as exciting as the elaborate surroundings they are set in. Cocktails and cream cakes, or a cup of G&Tea, should be an essential part of your day.
With a wonderful vintage twist, The Blind Pig Bar has a list of cocktails that are made with outstanding technical precision. They have truly mastered the delicate art of cocktail combination and experience.
The Roth Bar & Grill focuses their drinks on local craft producers and distilleries, and use juices and homemade cordials using produce from their kitchen garden. It’s the perfect venue for sipping cocktails.
Callooh Callay in London goes beyond eccentric, and with that in mind, it has been awarded posthumously. It spectacularly masters the desire for a whole-experience rather than just a drink.
For classic, sophistication, Artesian, winner of the Worlds best bar four years in a row, is your essential cocktail bar must-see. Their cocktails have an edge to them that, quite possibly, look too good to drink!
The Beaufort Bar in the Savoy is opulent in epic quantities.
It is sleek and elegant, and offers a complete dining experience where cocktails are the cherry on the top!
Feature photo credit: The Roth Bar & Grill
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