These are London’s Most Instagrammable Bars

With everything going on in the world, it is still important to dress up and have a night out on the town. 

With that in mind, we teamed up with the folks at Drinks House 247 to give you our list of the most Instagrammable London bars.

1. Cahoots London – 43.2K location tags

This immersive 1940s themed bar is set inside an abandoned train station. Cahoots offers various spaces and experiences and each venue offers a corresponding drinks menu. 

The three unique spaces offer Insta worthy photos with 1940s underground tube station decor and props and one of a kind cocktails that arrive in unique glasses. 

2. Gordon’s Wine Bar – 33.3K location tags

Gordon’s Wine Bar was established in 1890 and is labelled as London’s oldest wine bar. Gordon’s offers a long list of various types of wines including sherries, madeiras, and port wines, as well as a delicious menu of cheese, meats, and sharing boards that pair well with your wine of choice. 

While Gordon’s offers outdoor seating, perhaps the most Instagrammable feature is the candlelit vaulted cellars. 

3. Nightjar Shoreditch – 21.9K location tags

This 1920s speakeasy bar offers live Jazz, Blues, and Ragtime from local musicians. 

Nightjar also offers cocktails that are themed from Pre to Post Prohibition era as well as spirits, mocktails, and small snacks. The creativity of the cocktails, speakeasy decor, and live music all make this bar extremely Insta worthy, just be sure to book a reservation online. 

4. The Last Tuesday Society & Absinthe Parlour – 14.6K location tags

This speakeasy themed cocktail bar is located in Viktor Wynd’s Museum of Curiosities. 

The Absinthe Parlour offers traditionally made absinthes and beautifully served cocktails. The peculiar items on display are the main Instagrammable feature of this curious venue. 

5. ABQ London – 13.6K location tags

This immersive experience allows you to “cook” your own cocktails in an RV or lab, Breaking Bad style. Each person is provided with a disposable mask, hazmat suit, acid, three alcoholic or non-alcohol drinks, and more with the purchase of a ticket. 

The venue, props, and experience make ABQ London an extremely enjoyable and Instagrammable bar. 

Anabel Cooper

Anabel is a graduate of King’s College London and upon graduating, she set out on a journey to inspire and empower women through her words. Besides working as a digital marketing expert, Anabel is a freelance copywriter.