London is home to some of the weirdest and most quirky bars in the world, with offerings ranging from fire-eating bartenders to bars in the toilet, or 1920s-themed Havana cocktail dens. One of the most stylish ways to spend a night out touring a selection of the city’s most unique bars is to book an exclusive London chauffeur service.
As your knowledgeable driver whisks you between bars and speakeasy joints, you can relax back into the comfort of your luxury vehicle and watch London’s city lights and nightlife unfold. Just some of the unique bars London has to offer include:
A fun-filled Marylebone cocktail bar with a 1920s Havana setting that’s an ideal haunt for partying the night away or just grabbing a quick rum cocktail prior to jumping back into your chauffeur-driven car for a quick hop to the next joint. And, what could be more of a contrast than a decadent Victorian lounge?
2. Victorian Bath House
Victorian Bath House is a 19th-century bar and restaurant situated on Liverpool Street. The vintage venue offers luxury food and drinks choices from that era. Customers can lounge in style in this decadent setting, while some of the best chefs work hard to prepare exquisite canapes or a gourmet meal.
Alcatraz is a cocktail bar with a difference, themed on the Alcatraz prison and movies it’s inspired. The bar is based on Brick Lane, E1. This bar is ideal for a night out with your “partner-in-crime”.
4. East End
Stay in the East End for a while; Oriole in the Smithfield Market area is the next bar that should be on your list. It features exotic, globally-influenced design and offers tasty snacks and delicious cocktails sourced from all areas of the world.
5. Dirty Bones
This is another East End cocktail bar, in the Shoreditch area. The bar offers sumptuous, velvet armchairs for relaxation and a huge selection of traditional meals.
This bar offers customers an immersive Wild West theme, with a variety of retro games to play throughout your visit. The bar is situated in Fulham and guests turning up with a bottle of their favorite spirits can create personalized cocktails with the help of an expert bartender.
It’s easy to stick with a US bar theme if you go on to visit Nola in the Bethnal Green area, which has a feel of old New Orleans and offers live jazz and blues entertainments.
8. Tropicana Beach Club
Situated in Covent Garden and features 500 bird decorations, the bar has a lagoon inspired dance and luscious flowers. Visitors can appreciate a touch of Caribbean style and whimsy. The bar offers grills and BBQ-inspired meals and a wide selection of cocktails, alongside music spun by some of the most popular London DJ’s on the club scene.
And, finally, Cirque, which is a circus-themed extravaganza, where visitors may catch fire-eating bartenders or other amazing performances. The decor features animal taxidermy, low hanging model aeroplanes and Rubik’s cube-style stools.
Bar crawling in London can be an action-packed, fun-filled night of exploring some of the world’s most exotic themes and historic scenarios. Arranging a professional chauffeur service for your night out makes it easy to hop between different venues and ensures you get a chance to visit all the quirky bars on your bucket list. What’s more, you can kick back with a glass of champagne as your driver negotiates the busy London streets.