Best Locations in London to Have a Drink after an Enjoyable Journey

Posted by on October 14, 2016

Enjoying what UK has to offer is not only limited to great views and landmarks. In fact, it can also extend into the night where a bunch of things can get exciting with a pint of refreshing ale. Here are top destinations to be when the dusk comes by.

The Old Coffee House in Soho

This boozer from Beak Street should be indistinguishable from close competitors in Soho district. You can hear some relaxing music with a mix of pop and R&B beat, while in another corner a muted telly provides relays of the headlines from Sky Sport News.


If you don’t like to take on a good pint of ale, then you can just dine at the Beak Street branch at a certain burger joint to be serving draught and craft beers for you to choose from.

The Queen’s Head Pub in King’s Cross

When you happen to be within this vicinity, you can never miss the quiet residential street near King’s Cross. This one is decorated with a Victorian theme serving boozer, committed to provide a good choice of beer.


You will surely be pleased with three cask pumps to greet your entrance to this pub. A choice of Kernel’s Table Beer, Siren’s Berliner Sour, and Harviestoun’s Schiehallion lager will surely make you ask for more.

The Holborn Whippet Pub in Bloomsbury

If you are looking for a bar along the barren lands of Bloomsbury, you will definitely find it refreshing at the Holborn Whippet, which can be found at the Italianate Sicilian Avenue. You can also find a selection of draught beers behind the bar with tasting notes.


The Lyric in Soho

A bar can be found along Shaftesbury Avenue at the heart of Theatreland. This has been given a look that is retro-Victorian. However, the taste of its beer is quite up-to-date. If you happen to pass by the area, you can really appreciate the passion that they have instilled here.


All Photos by: Ewan Munro

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