The Sincura Group is partnered with a host of leading bars in the capital, giving you unrivalled access and VIP offerings. A selection of the most popular bars in London currently can be seen below:
A high-energy space, the Bar & Lounge combines a vibrant atmosphere with spectacular views of the vast open kitchen. Guests can enjoy drinks and snacks through to the full A La Carte menu whilst sipping on specialist cocktails shaken by our expert bar team. Resident and guest DJs play Amazónico’s signature ‘electro-pical’ music each evening which blends electro beats with Latin American inspired sounds.
Good things come in small packages. That’s definitely our feeling towards Black Rock, th e diminutive whisky bar below ground and on the edge of Shoreditch which opened in 2016. It has space for just 35 yet has a massive following among devotees of the grain. So much so that its owners have tweaked the concept for the attached hotel to accommodate even more of them, with whisky-themed rooms launching later this year.
green room at the curtain
Drinks at Green Room run the gamut from delicate and fruity to boozy and complex, and include the light and floral MaBelle, a tribute to a walled rose garden in Victoria Park, whilst the Rough Trade is a tiki drink with a Bangladeshi twist, as a nod to Brick Lane.
Iris at The Gherkin
LOCATION: City of London
Overlooking London on level 40, IRIS bar is the eye of the city. From light bites with colleagues to date nights with that special someone, this is the perfect place to choose from an intriguing range of cocktails and sip our signature mix while feasting your eyes on unrivalled 360º views. Other bars and restaurants can be high – but only IRIS treats you to the whole panoramic spectacle.
10° at Galvin at Windows is named after the golden hour when the setting sun creates a dusky glow over the city of London. Experience magical moments with an expertly crafted cocktail from an unparalleled vantage point on the 28th floor of London Hilton on Park Lane. Discover London’s pre-eminent sky bar for signature cocktails, an extensive whisky collection, and vintage Champagnes. Unwind in verdant interiors with stunning natural light and ornate burnished wood decor.
The Berkeley Bar and Terrace
From a vintage champagne tucked away in a French cellar to the single malt secrets poured down through generations, every drink at The Berkeley Bar & Terrace has a tale to tell. Discover a small-batch rum with a big personality or enjoy a single glass of red courtesy of Coravin. Explore short runs and limited editions or re-acquaint yourself with long-forgotten favourites. Every item on the carefully curated menu has been selected for its one-of-a-kind character.
The ground floor is a sophisticated champagne and cocktail lounge with a musical twist. Fresh lilies, scented candles and soft cushions create a comfortable and stylish atmosphere, where fabulous cocktails are mixed with flair and spontaneous entertainment.
Artesian is at the forefront of the sophisticated London bar scene, showcasing the city’s largest collection of rums, an extensive Champagne list, alongside an inventive menu of cocktails and blends.
les Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels
LOCATION: Covent Gardens
The wine team is led by Julia Oudill, a young sommelier with an enormous talent but not a jot of ego. She’ll pull up a stool and talk you through your options, whether it be something oh-la-la for a special occasion or simply something to lift the soul after a day at work
Milk & Honey
Milk & Honey opened in Soho, London, in April 2002 and remains dedicated to bringing unrivalled drinks quality and service to a discerning crowd of grown-ups. Milk & Honey is one of Soho's best-loved bars and has become a London institution since it opened.
THE RETIRING ROOM
The Retiring Room is an underground bar in Mayfair, tucked away under Bombay Bustle, which replicates the faded glamour of Indian railway retiring rooms. The space is made up of dark wooden and leather interiors, where guests can sip on handcrafted cocktails.
Radio is a rooftop bar situated on the 10th floor of the ME London hotel with striking views
across the river Thames and London’s skyline. This stunning bar is the perfect place to sip champagne, celebrate with friends over one of our signature cocktails and take in the views.
Hide - below
Beneath the modern european style restaurant, 'HIDE Above', lies 'HIDE below'. A modern, sophisticated bar offering light snacks, revolutionary cocktails, even fine and rare spirits and wines.
A chic, low-lit, tropical-themed live music venue with imaginatively designed cocktails., only a 4 minute stroll from Somerset House. The venue combines old world sophistication with contemporary details., the perfect setting for pre or post theatre drinks.
the blind pig at social eating house
Located above the Social Eating House, a modern british restaurant, Designed as a low lit electic bar, The Blind Pig boasts leather booths and a copper bar, offering cocktails, spirits, wines and bar snacks.
THE CONNAUGHT BAR
Ultra-stylish décor and chic, innovative cocktails put the award-winning Connaught Bar in a league of its own. This is where new icons are born and classics skilfully reimagined. ou cannot fail to be dazzled by the meticulous attention to detail.
Nightjar’s reputation for breathing new life into forgotten cocktails and bringing fresh perspective to classic recipes and presentation is world renowned. Alongside the cocktail menu is an extensive spirit list, including vintage spirits. We also have delicious contemporary Asian street food and a nightly schedule of the very best vintage jazz, blues, ragtime, and swing that London has to offer.
Beaufort bar at the savoy
LOCATION: Central London
Darkly seductive, with sleek black and gold art-deco styling, The Beaufort is possibly the most glamorous bar in the capital – perfect for special occasions. Once the Savoy’s cabaret stage, where the tail-coated house band played ragtime and jazz, it now has a more sophisticated vibe with cosseting service, a fabulous Champagne list and creative, elegantly styled house cocktails.
Mr foggs house of botanicals
An oasis in Fitzrovia... Imagine a place filled entirely with flora and fauna collected from all over the world. Serving botanical-inspired cocktails and food, either request a reservation upstairs in the Drawing Room. Or, for those of you after a more casual tipple, the downstairs welcomes walk-ins and requires no reservations.
waeska at the mandrake
This hotel bar gives you a taste of the unusual with it's eclectic decor. The theme carries through to the menu with ingredients such as bee pollen kombutcha and truffled vodka.
The long tunnel-shaped space with its conspiratorial vaults (good for private shenanigans) has been stylishly refurbished, its sleek plush detailing also harking back to the early 1960s. Disrepute’s classy cocktails are created to a soundtrack of pre-Beatles easy listening and cool Blue Note jazz: try Lime House Royal (rum, lime, honey and carbonated Sauternes), Queen’s Cup (Marylebone gin, Riesling, fino sherry, Lillet blanc and elderflower) or a refined sparkler made with English fizz, Babycham reduction and El Gobernador pisco. Despite its disreputable past, DRP deserves a new ‘rep’ as one of Soho’s more sophisticated spots.
Lavishly decorated, Oriental fusion restaurant and basement cocktail bar with jazz and DJs., tucked away in Fitzrovia, Crazy Bear London is an enticing London dining hotspot, drawing in a glamorous crowd of regular diners and partygoers.
Known as the 'Sequel to the worlds best bar' to the press, Lyaness is a swanky cocktail bar with a menu deigned around ingredients rather than cocktail types.. Complete with stylish decor, a marble bar and views of the river thames.
THE FUMOIR AT CLARIDGES
Discreetly tucked away in Claridge’s art deco interior, The Fumoir is where those in the know have enjoyed a quiet drink since 1929. By day, sip a cappuccino and nibble on macaroons. Come by for pre-theatre drinks such as a signature Claridge’s Julep. Or drop in for a vodka martini nightcap, perfectly mixed and served in an ice-chilled glass. As William Klein portraits gaze down moodily from the walls, this is a place to settle in and relish the moment.
Genuine Liquorette wants to ‘break down the barriers between bartender and customer’. This London bar is planted in a former Victorian pub in Fitzrovia, which they’ve dressed up with diner-style chequered floors, olive green walls and a huge island bar, with shelving propping up unusual spirits, cans, and an automated queue machine.
ZIGGYS AT THE HOTEL CAFÉ ROYAL
Evocative of the spirit and splendour of this night, Ziggy’s pays homage to the late great Bowie, 45 years on. The cocktail list is an eclectic mix of classic cocktails reinvented and Bowie’s favoured tipples, all served with lots of glam and a sprinkling of rock n roll. Just like the man himself, the cocktail creations are unique and full of character, from the smooth ‘Tiger on Vaseline’ to the lively ‘Darkness and Disgrace’.
Social 24 at city social
LOCATION: Central London
Social 24, is City Social’s stylish bar boasting incredible views of London’s most iconic buildings. Dimly lit with art deco interiors, the bar is a glamourous yet relaxed setting for after work drinks, a weekend treat or a delicious lunch or dinner.
gordons wine bar
LOCATION: Central London
A the oldest bar in the city, Gordons is London's worst-kept secret. A hidey hole of Bolly bottles frosted with dust, wooden slabs laden with gooey bries and pickles, and jaundiced press cuttings of Royal weddings and coronations. It thrums with Londoners and non-Londoners, the condensation of their grapey sweat trickling down its cave-like walls. Everyone's been here dozens of times. They'll come back for the rest of their wine-drinking lives.
punch room at the london edition
There’s no better way to cap off your evening in Fitzrovia than with a craft cocktail at the Punch Room, a modern reincarnation of London’s 19th-century private clubs. Designed to be an intimate space away from the Soho crowds, the bar boasts 30 specialty punches – including the signature gin-infused EDITION house punch. A curated soundtrack of soul, blues, ragtime and doo-wop is complemented by impromptu live performances.
george's bar at st pancras renaissance
George’s Bar sees Marcus Wareing Restaurants’ collective culinary experiences applied to drinks making in show-stopping 19th-century surroundings. Intimate, welcoming and creative; where simple things are done well and complicated things made deliciously simple.