The Best Truly Local Bars in London

If you were a drink, what kind of drink would you be? A modest but honest after-work beer? A mustache-twirlingly innovative craft IPA? A delicate artisanal wine? Perhaps a flashy cocktail with a memorable name? London has a local, hand-picked bar for you no matter what glass you come in. Our locals have your back, so buckle up, for the night is long and full of wonders.

Ain’t Nothin’ But Blues Bar – London’s best

Ain’t Nothin’ But Blues Bar – London’s best

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“Ain’t Nothin’ but Blues bar” is a small London bar with big character.If you’re into your blues music without having to spend a fortune, I’ve got good…

Full Article by Claire Creighton

Bellanger – In the grand tradition

Bellanger – In the grand tradition

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“Bellanger” is a bar/cafe/restaurant in the tradition of the French Grand cafe. I wish London had more places like this – the staff is just impeccable…

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Brasserie Zédel – Unmissable French brasserie

Brasserie Zédel – Unmissable French brasserie

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I love having London’s “Brasserie Zédel” up my sleeve for whenever I need a great West End dining experience. I’m still not tired of the ‘prix fixe’ menu.

Full Article by Peter Clayburn

Brilliant Corners – A jazz kissaten in Dalston

Brilliant Corners – A jazz kissaten in Dalston

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“Brilliant Corners” London: in a nutshell, great food, a fantastic wine and beer selection and an interesting soundtrack on an amazing-sounding system.

Full Article by Andrew Sidford

Brixton Village – Global foodie heaven

Brixton Village – Global foodie heaven

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“Brixton Village” is not a conventional village: this London 1930s market arcade features almost any cuisine imaginable, freshly prepared and…

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