London’s Biggest Cocktail Festival Is Baaaaaaack

London Cocktail Week

One pass, seven days, 250 bars, £6 cocktails – London Cocktail Week is back for 2017.

Start limbering up, because London Cocktail Week is returning to the city October 2-8 for seven wonderful days of dazzling drinks. The format’s simple: one magical pass (available from us for £8) let’s you try superb cocktails at more than 250 London bars for just £6 a pop, all week long, the only limit being your responsible and moderate approach to drinking.

Each bar is offering up a special serve as part of the deal, and LCW have helpfully put together mouthwatering lists of bars depending on your favourite spirit.

Partial to a gin?

Try the Art Deco Bramble at Mayfair’s Palm Court, with Sipsmith gin, fresh lime juie, raspberry jam and crème de mure:

Palm Court

Prefer whisky?

Order a Camino at Original Sin, Stoke Newington, which is made with Amontillado sherry, Scotch, banana liqueur, maple syrup and Jerry Thomas bitters:

Original Sin

Feeling a bit rum?

The technicolour Dye Mai Tai at Burlock, a 1920’s Cuban-themed bar in Fitzorvia, should hit the spot:


And if you just want something unusual?

This hidden Bethnal Green bar is serving up something with ham-infused vodka. Really:

Natural Philosopher

You can search by area too, so whether you fancy a classy bar crawl in Notting Hill, Southbank, or Dalston, they’ve got you covered.

It’s a fun way to try out some of London’s most buzzworthy cocktail bars without absolutely bankrupting yourself. The pass is loaded onto a custom app on your phone, which also provides all the information you need to explore the available venues.


And if all THAT wasn’t enough, there’s even a Cocktail Village in the heart of Spitalifelds, with mixologists from bars across town all under one roof, competing for your favour. Your LCW pass will give you discounted entry plus the usual £6 deal on the drinks within.

London Cocktail Week runs citywide, Monday Oct 2 – Sunday October 8. Get your £8 pass here!

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