Thursday, September 15, 2011

The List - DRINK

And so we come to my final list - drinking. One of my favourite pasttimes and yet something I still don't think I do enough of. The problem is, unlike with things to do, and even clubbing, it's quite hard to find freebie drinking establishments. And, unlike with eating, I can go without drinking if I have no money. So it's taking me a bit longer to cross things off this list. But - as I have hinted earlier - I think the imminent arrival of my friend will help me boost my success rate.


Cocktails at Twelfth House
Cocktails at Lost Society
Vintage wine tasting at Sampler
Amersham Arms
Haggerston
Half Moon Putney
Old Blue last
Brooks Blues bar; Telegraph pub
The Blues Kitchen
Bar polski for vodka
Cabaret at Volupte
Cocktails at Crazy Bear
Cocktails (martinis) at Christopher's Martini Bar
Mix cocktails at Christopher's 2nd Monday of the month
Cocktails at Dollar
Cocktails at Floridita
Cocktails at Hawksmoor
Cocktails at Lobby bar
Cocktails at 1 Lombard Street
Cocktails at Shochu Lounge
Snuff at CellarDoor
Fitzroy Tavern
Tombola bash Dreambags
Trafalgar hotel bar for good view; Trafalgar Hotel
Loungelover   
Martini at Duke's hotel bar
Gordon's wine bar (leaky and gross last time I was there)
Roof terrace at Gilgamesh
Big Chill House          
Vinoteca (read about it here)
Berry Bros & Rudd; Britain's oldest wine merchant
Green & Blue wine bar and shop       
Milk & Honey, call ahead for non member access    
Wenlock arms
Vertigo 42
Library bar, cocktails; Lanesborough Hotel
93 Feet East  
The Lane        
The Big Chill   
Café 1001      
Juno   
Light Bar (Gone off this place after a Friday night there)
Bar Music Hall
Cargo 
Dragon Bar    
Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes   
Zigfrid’s           
Hoxton Bar and Grill   
AKA    
The Langley   
Montuno’s       
Industry          
Bed Bar          
Play    
Sub Club and Bar      
The RedChurch         
Charterhouse 
Fluid   
Meet Bar         
Essence         
Epicurean Lounge      
Leonards EC1
Clerkenwell House     
The Cuban     
Ballroom         
Agenda           
Charlie’s         
Rhythm Factory         
Feelin Gloomy at Bar Islington           
The Gardening Club   
El Barco Latino          
Infinity 
Kabaret/Kabaret’s Prophecy 
Opium
Lvpo   
The Soho Lounge      
Bar Rumba    
Sirocco Bar & Nightclub        
Teatro 
Sugar Reef     
Thirst  
The Kingly Club          
The Tatty Bogle Club 
The Warwick  
Umbaba         
Taboo 
On Anon         
Big Chill House          
Bar Monsta
The Lounge    
Stompin’ at 100 Club 
Trafik
Indieoke - Buffalo Bar, Upper st         
The Blind Tiger, Battersea     
Rebel Bingo   
The Phoenix   
The George    
The Anchor    
The Lamb       
Nell of Old Drury        
White Hart      
Lamb & Flag  
Coal Hole
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
Kings Head & 8 Bells
Ye Olde Mitre 
Cafe Koha
Callooh callay (read about it here
Dalston Roof Park     
Shacklewell Arms (read about it here)
Queen of Hoxton              
Old Queens Head  (read about it here    
The Whistling Post (read about it here)    
The Book Club (read about it here)
The Palm Tree           
The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town  (read about it here)      
Casita 
Roadtrip  (read about it here)        
Night jar (read about it here)
The Dolphin
Purl
The owl and the pussycat (read about it here)
Fernandez and Wells
Arts theatre club
57 Greek Street
69 Colebrook Road
Lounge Bohemia
McQueen's
Mason & Taylor (read about it here)
The booking office
The Three Crowns (read about it here)
The Lion
The Grenadier
Sebright Arms
Happiness Forgets
The Black Door
Evans and Peel
Illegal late night cocktail bar
The Fourth Wall
Hawksmoor bar
Ruby's bar
Three Blind Mice

1 comment:

  1. Coal Hole is good! And I have been meaning to go to Vinoteca for ages ... that's on my list too!

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