Cocktail Week in London Bridge

October 2, 2017 - October 8, 2017

London Cocktail Week is the world’s biggest cocktail festival – a vibrant celebration of our capital’s unrivalled cocktail scene. The £10 digital pass gives you access to unlimited £6 cocktails across 250 venues. With the weekend in sight, we give you the A-Z of who’s shaking up what in London Bridge…


Aqua Shard

Head up to Level 31 of The Shard to enjoy breathtaking views of the city whilst you sip your Grapefruit G&T – Tanqueray No. Ten, early grey tea, grapefruit and vanilla


Bermondsey Yard Cafe

The stripped back, raw design of this formerly disused carpark makes for a relaxed setting to enjoy a Southern Punch – Southern Comfort, Buffalo Trace bourbon, lemon juice, sugar syrup, pineapple juice and grenadine. 


Call me Mr Lucky

Enter a hidden basement bar through the kitchen of The Breakfast Club on Southwark Street to sample the Paddington’s ChoiceBulleit rye, cognace, apricot liqueur, orange marmalade, fresh lemon juice and honey



With panoramic views over the London skyline, this three-story atrium bar is the perfect spot to round off a glamorous evening with an Autumn Moon – Rum, sambuca, mandarin, cacao and fresh lime juice 


The Hide

An atmospheric treasure trove of drinking delights – take your pick from the Strawberry G&T Yoghurt or the Kew Gin Bermondsey Cup & Popcorn Pigeon

1. Gin, strawberry tonic cordial, whole milk yoghurt and a bit of technical stuff to hold it all together

2. A small glass of the Bermondsey Cup served with a side of popcorn pigeon bites


London Grind

A caffeine-lovers paradise. Nobody masters the coffee cocktail quite like London Grind. Try the Hot Flat White Russiam – Grey Goose vodka, coffee liqueur, fresh espresso coffee and full fat milk


Nine Lives

New to London Bridge, this hidden gem is nestled away in a Victorian basement. Head to the entrance on Holyrood Street and pick up a Pink Flamingo Tequila Don Julio Blanco, pistachio syrup, fresh watermelon, white balsamic


Village East 

A Manhattan inspired brasserie with eclectic interior: Village East’s cocktail of choice is the Pasa Pasa St Germain, rum, orange curacao, lemon juice and cranberry juice


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