Fun typical spots in London: what about cocktails?!

Hey guys,

One month later -sorry for the delay-, I’ll talk about beverages today…

I know!

You’re right, I couldn’t miss cocktails spots in London.
Since London is the place to be for nightlife, I add two cocktails bars -one is definitely for their amazing cocktails, the other one for their rooftop view-, so that everyone’s happy.

If you feel up to, feel free to listen to this music. ‘Cause we all should keep running anyway. 

Attic Bar, on Isle of Dogs, view over Canary Wharf
  • The Attic Bar
    This is a bar is located in Canary Wharf, at the top of the Pan Peninsula building which is a chic residential tower on the middle of the Isle of Dogs. First of all, you need to know that it’s a little bit hidden and hard to find, you’ll need to ask someone from the Tompkins restaurant and answer « yes » to the question « have you already have been here? » and then you will be able to go up through the lift. It’s definitely worth it for the amazing view, different from the Central buildings such as The Shard or The Heron Tower. Cocktails are not the best one I have ever had but it’s good to know that before 7.30pm, you can have one cocktail plus a second cocktail for free.Yeah, you get it!

The Attic Sky Bar
48th Floor, Pan Peninsula,
4 Pan Peninsula Square,
E14 9HN, London

Ninetyeight, bar lounge with a folkloric decor
  • Ninetyeight Bar
    Once upon a time, in a crazy cocktail bar in Shoreditch, you could pretend being back again a little child, playing lego or looking up to some old toys like Action Man, dinosaurs,… while drinking an artistic and extraordinary cocktail. This is just my favourite place in London to have a very good cocktail.

Ninety-eight Cocktail Bar and lounge
Morrell House,
98 Curtain Rd,
EC2A 3AF, London

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