Wednesday 22 January 2020
Everybody loves a decent cocktail, whether you’re having after work drinks during the week or heading out with friends and family on the weekend - Seven Dials has some incredible watering holes to choose from.
A Marcus Wareing restaurant and winner of AA’s London Restaurant of the Year, Tredwells is a contemporary British restaurant set in a sleek and sophisticated venue in Seven Dials. Tredwells is a popular pit-stop for parched passers-by with their contemporary décor and classic cocktail offering.
This restaurant and bar is the ideal spot to wind down after a long day of shopping. Perk yourself up with a Rum Espresso Martini or refresh with a Down the Apples & Pears cocktail, a fusion of WRY vodka, apple, pear, thyme and egg white.
Located in the old Headquarters of a Secret Society that ran during the Victorian period, The Escapologist is a bar offering up a range of twisted classic cocktails, that can be enjoyed in their modern day Victorian men’s club’ come Masonic lodge-style space.
Open seven days a week, The Escapologist’s drinks menu consists of a premium and party time section. Premium drinks range from a classic Long Iceland Iced Tea to a Toasted Popcorn Sour. From the Party Time section, you can order a Violet Femme, Lemongrass Collins, or perhaps you just fancy a good old Espresso Martini?
Head to Monmouth kitchen in the heart of Seven Dials to enjoy a cocktail or two in a sophisticated and unassuming setting. You’ll find the majority of cocktails on the Lounge Bar & Terrace menu along with a selection of delicious small plates to nibble on.
To get your taste buds ticking, opt for an aperitivo - an Andean Negroni or a Bitter Blush Spritz perhaps? Followed by one of Monmouth’s signature cocktails, choose from; a Cacao Rum Old Fashioned, Batida Tropicolada, Inca Punch, Lima Collins or a Seven Dials Punch.
This British steakhouse and cocktail bar has an unconventional drinks menu, with a range of breakfast “anti-fogmatics” (a morning drink to be taken between dressing and breakfast recommended by a 19th century doctor), lunchtime “bridging drinks” (light afternoon drinking common during the Edwardian era) and “pre and post-prandial” refreshments (aperitifs and digestifs).
You can find just about any kind of cocktail at Hawksmoor, from bitter pre-drinks and sweet punches to sours and champagne - every concoction has a story at Hawksmoor.
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