1st rule: You do not talk about Flight Club... But we will. To be totally honest, this sounds like nothing but a recipe for disaster - darts, bevvies and beer-drenched floors - health and safety say whaaaat? On a positive note, there's real-time, animated scoring boards with slick touch screen interfaces, cocktails and if you need to readjust your aim, their sharing platters should go down a storm.
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The vibes are strong at this sunny little slice of Jamaican cool in the arches under Deptford rail station. It grew from one man’s dream to create a relaxed, inclusive bar that paid tribute to his own heritage and the neighbourhood’s Jamaican diaspora; now, local movers and shakers pack the place on a Saturday night, getting loose to R&B, soul, reggae, and the occasional live band. But when patrons aren’t dutty wine-ing on the dance floor, they’re stuffing their gullets with a vegan take on Jamaican fare. Try goodies like braised aubergine with gungo rice 'n' peas or a smokey jackfruit burger that we’re still thinking about. Wash it all down with some choice bevvies, like the light ’n’ fresh Cucumber Cocktail.
The Clarendon Cocktail Cellar
This building is no stranger to getting boozy. It was once a Victorian pub wining the ladies and gents of the 19th century. Now it is a lavish underground lair below an arty, boutique hotel serving libations inspired by famous artworks. For example, there's the Andy Warhol “Campbell’s Tomato Soup" (basically a very posh Bloody Mary) and the Edvard Munch “Scream” (Mezcal, Lime, Cassis, Agave, Habanero). Keeping things steady are a bevy of small plates inspired by the great British pub - Crispy Pork Belly with Sauerkraut and Apple Sauce and Soft Shell Crab with Kale & Lime Mayo. Definitely a sweet addition to Pimlico's drinking scene.
The King's Head
* Unpublished 16/10/18 * Walk down Dalston Kingsland too fast and you risk missing out on this East-End boozer-cum-private members' club. Don't let its rundown facade fool you and instead sweet talk your way inside this exclusive bar stuffed with taxidermy, luxury antique furniture and ancient wall hangings. It might as well be Narnia in here. Whet your appetite with a Patron Espresso Martini and stay up until the crackers with London's most creatively elite crowd. Standard Membership: £325 and £200 for under 27's.
Just off Lancaster Gate, this charming neighbourhood pub is a magnificent celebration of the old British boozer. Dating back to 1850, this grade II listed building stocks a wide range of Young’s beers, world lagers and fine wines, plus its got a killer menu to boot. It's also so pretty you'll probably never want to leave - oh, and did we mention there's a cocktail bar in the basement? Talk about ticking all the boxes.