Best Bars in Old Street


Want to find out the best bars to visit in Old Street

Old Street in London is one of the places to go to find Shoreditch nightlife and is buzzing every night of the week. It's a famous and unique road and Old Street nightlife will not fail to inspire you to a great night out in London. From underground DJ bars, to secret cocktail dens, the venues in Old Street are hip and full of young revellers in London. Have a look through our recommended Old Street Bars.

London Cocktail Club Old Street


Shoreditch , Liverpool Street Cocktail Bar , Lounge Bar

It’s the ultimate escapism & hedonistic playground in the heart of Shoreditch, with full on secret garden party festival feels. Enter the booze-fuelled fun under an enchanting wisteria tree hanging from a mystical wall of mirrors.

Luscious libations & party vibes can be served up in an old-skool romantic veranda with flowers & vines adorning cream arches & charming swinging seats.

Those looking for some after work, hair down, ties-off celebration of boozy banter can be found at the main attraction – a candle lit bar accompanied with all the light swinging shenanigans & rockstar bartenders in tow.

Get cosy in colourful Moroccan-esque festival tents with draping rouge curtains & opulent lamps as you sink your teeth into the perfect dry martini. Hidden away, a private conservatory hosts your own day beds & a fountain of youth with its endless nectar of Negroni.


The Four Sisters


Angel & Islington Bar - Pub

Originally a covert 1930s brothel and public house, The Four Sisters bar in Islington is a darkly Dickensian cocktail bar filled with cosy candlelit corners and specialising in incorporating a unique range of house infused spirits and syrups. The bar is enchanting north London's mixed drinks scene with a inspirational cocktail menu. Highlights include a distinguished barrel-aged Count Negroni (Tanqueray Gin, Lillet Rouge, Punt e Mes, Cynar Artichoke, Campari and Fernet Branca) which is available dispensed either straight from an old oak barrel on the bar, or in a pre bottled and wax sealed bottle to take away.





Hoxley and Porter


Angel & Islington Bar / Restaurant - British

Tucked within a sumptuous hideaway on Upper Street is the newest of London's new-bars-with-eats. Inside you'll find a sensory cocktail of Victorian décor - a sort of mash-up combining Cairo, the Cape and a chintzy train carriage - with jaunty 20s music and mismatched lighting, all conspiring to make a fabulously evocative setting. The drinks are no less enthralling, with a cocktail list ready to intoxicate; one, wryly entitled 'Whatever Doesn't Kill You', changes colour and comes with an absinthe-coated scorpion garnish. If crunchy bugs won't sate your appetite, turn your attention to the nibbles which proffer tasty morsels like home-baked cheese twists, gourmet pork scratchings and more.

69 Colebrooke Row


Angel & Islington Bar / Restaurant - Modern European

Former winner of Time Out's Best New Bar and for one reason: cocktails.Tony Conigliaro - so important he has his own Wiki page - is the Heston Blumenthal of cocktails with his molecular manipulation, essences and aromas - a practice that saw him crowned the International Bartender of the Year back in 2009 and he's been getting better ever since. Gets busy very quickly due to its miniscule size, so arrive early and stay late.

Brewhouse & Kitchen Islington


Angel & Islington Bar / Restaurant

With one of the most extensive list of international beers and wines, Brewhouse & Kitchen Islington is one of the most popular drinking dens in the area. They have their own micro-brewery that brings the inviting smell of hops to the bar and restaurant area. Particular highlights include a brewery experience day where you can learn to create your own beer with their head brewer or you can have a beer masterclass tasting over 8 fine beers.




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