Champagne. We all love a good champagne glass to celebrate something. Whatever the celebration, it always feel nice to be sipping some of the finest bubbles. So with champagne goes a nice fancy bar with a beautiful setting, smart dress code and -if lucky- live music. Check out our list of top Champagne bars below. Additionally  click here and select best champagne bars to see the complete list of bars we have reviewed and click here and select best champagne bars to see our top champagne bars in London.



Scarfes Bar


Rosewood London, 252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN

This bar has been named after Gerald Scarfe, a British artist that has marked and continues to mark history. You might remember his art work for the Pink Floyd’s album or recognise his animation for the film. Well, all of his original pieces can be found in Scarfes Bar. He focused his career and art on the British culture: the royal family, politicians, artists and even David Beckham are featured in this room. Mr Scarfe describes this place as his ‘personal art gallery’, he’s been painting on the walls and canvases all around. Click here to see our review of Scarfes Bar.



Shoreditch House


Shoreditch House, 1 Ebor St, London E1 6AW

The Shoreditch House is a huge building taking up 5 floors. The ground floor is a restaurant, the 2 next ones are part of the Hotel and the 2 top floors are where we were at. A few bars, lounge areas, restaurant, pizzeria, pool tables, dancefloor… Yep, it has it all and it’s pretty huge. The top floor might be our favourite thanks to its huge pool and outdoor area. Click here to see our review of Shoreditch House.



Sushi Samba


Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

Sushi Samba is THE London culinary experience and it all starts right at the bottom. If you are scared of heights, this might not be ideal: one thing is sure, you will get an adrenaline kick from stepping into the glass elevator that takes you up to the 38th floor of the Heron Tower. The whole restaurant has a breath-taking view on the whole city thanks to its large windows. Click here to see our review of Sushi Samba.



The Electric Cinema


191 Portobello Rd, London W11 2ED

It always feels very special when we get to go there. Being one of the oldest cinemas in London, The Electric has kept its original décor and it’s just full of character! As soon as you walk into the cinema room, you go on a journey back in time. Red velvet armchairs, some large sofas to lie on, small round tables to separate seating areas and old vintage lamps… you get the idea. They set a perfect ambiance to enjoy your cinema experience at its maximum. Click here to see our review of The Electric Cinema.



Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings


Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

The Bourne and Hollingworth has a lot to offer: a bar with delicious cocktails, the restaurant divided into the greenhouse and the garden room, a café, a private dining room, a private kitchen and a club….. Well they basically have everything for everyone! All apart from ‘below & hidden’ their club, are decorated in a very similar way: a lot of white and a lot of green! It is so airy, comfortable, pretty yet very minimalist. Click here to see our review of Bourne & Hollingsworth.





Montcalm Royal London House, 22-25 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DX

The Aviary is a very well known bar that attracts thousands of Londoners and tourists (as it is part of a hotel), every day. When you enter, you are greeted by some members of staff that will point you towards your choice of table: indoor, outdoor or if you’ve made a reservation, in one of the heated Igloos on the terrace in winter. The Aviary is a high-end bar that will not fail to surprise you. Click here to see our review of the Aviary.



Coq d'Argent


1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ

As a French restaurant/bar the French influence is evident in the interior. The chic and clean décor of the furnishing creates a Parisian ambiance. The simple, timeless and dominantly white décor allows the view from the bar to fully draw your attention. We could hear the conversation and drinks flowing from the moment we entered the bar and loved the always vibrant and lively atmosphere. Click here to see our review of Coq d'Argent.



Boisdale of Canary Wharf


47 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4HT15 Cabot Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT, UK

A  stylish bar with so much to offer: an oyster grill and bar on the first floor offering great delicacies and astounding drinks to match. A bar on the second floor within the restaurant lined with 1000s of glowing golden bottles of the finest whiskies and four private dining rooms to hire. The restaurant itself  has some incredible live musical performances whilst serving some mouth watering dishes.  Finally the bespoke cigar library and shop home to some of the finest vintage cigars housed in a 16 square metre humidor. Click here to see our review of Boisdale of Canary Wharf.



Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club


47 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4HT

Jimi Hendrix’s last public performance took place at Ronnie Scott’s in 1970! If that’s not enough to get you there, we don’t know what will! And that says a lot on this special jazz bar. Very romantic and sexy ambiance, this place is ideal for a (very) nice date. Live jazz and fancy drinks, how could you ever have a bad experience? Click here to see our review of Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club.





9 Conduit St, Mayfair, London W1S 2XG

With 4 bars in this Mayfair establishment, this venue is equipped for whatever the occasion. From michelin star dining to different themed bars, you will enjoy the live muisc and DJs whichever night you decide to go!.The Parlour bar offers 90s decadence, The Glade bar has an enchanted forest theme; The East bar is ultra modern and stylish and The Gallery Bar being the one of decadence and opulance, all different types of atmosphere to indluge the night away… Click here to see our review of Sketch.





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