|| The perfect place
to sit and relax or begin your big night out is closer
than you think with the range of cool bars and cosy pubs
available in West London.
Star spotters will be right at home in one of London’s
most exciting venue. The Social [map],
Little Portland Street, is a real gem packed with celebs
who flock here to taste the delicious cocktails and mingle
with the beautiful people. The most happening night here
is a Thursday which is fast becoming the hottest evening
of the week in London. Get on the guest list and put on
your best frock, or suit, who knows who you might bump
If you’re on the look-out for a superstar DJ to
get you in the mood for a top night out head to Market
for a loved-up vibe and some great music. There’s
plenty of space to either party or relax and hungry barflies
will also find some original food to tempt the palette.
For decadence a-plenty head to The Rocket [map],
Churchfield Road, Acton, for a grandiose drinking in this
style-fusion bar. Full of neo-Victorian portraits and
antiques, The Rocket offers a finer class of customer
Get in a party mood with a visit to Beach Blanket Babylon [map],
Ledbury Road, Westbourne Grove, for fun and games to put
you in a pre-club mood. Follow a gang plank that leads
into a kitsch paradise and enjoy some continental drinks
If you’re looking for family fun or want to treat
your nearest and dearest to a night on the tiles head
to The Bush Bar and Grill [map],
Goldhawk Road, Shepherds Bush, for a great lively atmosphere
and some delectable dishes to try from the extensive menu.
Keen drinkers might be keen to indulge in some of the
bar snacks that include Mediterranean-inspired nibbles
and plenty of hearty sandwiches.
Sunny Sunday afternoons mean a time for reflection and
where better to kick off your shoes and chill than at
a pretty riverside pub.
Head to The Dove [map],
Upper Mall, Hammersmith, for a lesson in history as well
as the chance to indulge in some crisp beer and excellent
The Dove dates back to 17th century and has been frequented
by some impressive literary names in its time including
Graham Greene and Ernest Hemingway who savoured the stunning
location and probably downed a few pints too.
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