If you are not the richest of rich, chances are having a drink in London can burn holes in your pocket. London is itself one of the most expensive cities in the world, matching to this food and drinks are equally costly and exquisite at the same time. But Luckily, there are plenty of bars & restaurants in London that offer happy hour deals London can help you forget your sorrows and let you celebrate. Find out happy hour deals London and enjoy without getting bankrupt…..
Let’s get started with London’s best happy hour restaurants
How to find out happy hour deals London
Simmons King’s Cross
Address: 32 Caledonian Road, London N1 9DT
Happy Hour London Time:5-9pm Mon-Fri
Happy Hour Deal: £2.50 bottles of beer, spirit, and mixer and glasses of wine. £10 for two cocktails. £10 bottles of wine (prosecco £15)
It has the whole retro thing going on with a Retro ‘90s party bangers playing while bar staff serves a young, trendy crowd wine, beer, and spirits with mixer for £2.50 a time
They have a great range of cocktails at happy hour.It’s A tad small on the ground floor, but there is more space on the lower ground floor which works fine before rush hours. They have unusual names for cocktails and the effort they put into their presentation – with the glasses and decorations is inspiring. Even if you don’t fancy the trip to King’s Cross – each of Simmons’ three other locations (Fitzrovia, Tower Bridge, and Camden) all offer the same deals.
Address: 43 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QL
Happy hour London Time: Mon-Sun, 4–7pm
Happy Hour Deal: £4.85 cocktails, £2 house bottled beers
With an easy-going salsa soundtrack picked by easy-going staff, and Barca and AC Milan scarves hanging from the ceiling, it’s a sports bar with table football, odd beers and little plates of delicious snacks.
Groups here for table football tournaments, played out on tables players can opt for meat or vegetarian platters; other options include sandwiches, salads and cheese boards. There are wines and cocktails, though you’d fit in better with beer.
Earlham Street Clubhouse
Address: 35 Earlham St London WC2H 9LD
Happy hours London Time: Mon–Sat, 5–7pm.
Happy Hour Deal: £5 cocktails. 20-inch pizza and a bottle of house wine for £24.95.
It’s not just the happy hour prices that make this cheery basement bar feel like a ‘90s throwback. With vintage pop and hip-hop on the stereo, varsity T-shirted staff and drinks named after icons of the era, the pre-millennium vibe is strong.
The Secret DJ app is fantastic and means you can request your favourite tunes until the DJ starts later in the evening. The snug area is perfect for big groups, and you can book a couple of tables and make your little dance floor around them.
Polpo at Ape & Bird
Address: 142 Shaftesbury Avenue London WC2H 8HJ
Happy hours London time: Mon–Sun, 4–6pm.
Happy Hour Deal: £5 Aperol spritz (plus other spritzes)
Russell Norman-owned, Italian-centric small-plate specialist. During their daily happy hour, all sprites are a fiver, with the Aperol spritz the pick of the masses. A blend of Aperol, dry white wine and a dash of soda water, it’s a simple, refreshing.Great place for Italian nibbles, pizza and drinks. The restaurant upstairs serves Polo’s signature Venetian Tapas. Weekends are a much safer bet if you fancy a seat as it gets rammed most days after work.
Address: underneath Peckham Rye station, London SE15 4QL
Happy hours London time: Mon–Sun, 6–7pm.
Happy Hour Deal: £7 for two house cocktails or £8 for two premium cocktails
The first minimalist bar in Peckham and the firm favourite with locals mixes industrial design with a decent selection of cocktails, pizzas, and DJ sets. The cosy outside area is a perfect place to relax with a drink in the Sun. Great thin crust pizzas
Inventive options such as the ‘Bar Story Bonfire’ (gin, kiwi, mint, and elderflower) will leave your tongue wanting for more.
Address: 20 Kensington Church St London W8 4EP
Happy hours London time: Tue-Fri, 5–7pm; Sat–Sun, midday–6pm.
Happy Hour Deal: Two-for-one on beers and selected cocktails.
For once, it would be rude not to get down and dirty in Kensington.
The compact menu consists of pimped dude-food, making it bang on trend (for 2012). Dishes include the ‘burger dog’ – a sausage-shaped burger in a finger bun, with melted cheese down its centre with delicious two-for-one cocktails and beers.
The five cocktails are canine-themed, with the Top Dog: vodka, Prosecco, Chambord, strawberry, lemon. The hostess and the busiest table is a vintage pinball machine, the lighting is set to drinking-den low, and the music is at ‘party loud.’ Three Kinds (beef, pork, veggie) were all impeccably sourced and came in five variations, all served in pillowy brioche buns. Their combo of ‘Mexican’ filling (tender pork pie bill, fiery salsa and a lick of sour cream) with pork dog (meaty, smoky and juicy, with a proper ‘knack’) was one of the best restaurant hot dogs anyone ever had in London.
Slim Jim’s Liquor Store
Address: 112 Upper St London, N1 1QN
Happy hours London Time: Mon, 4–11pm; Tue–Fri 6–8pm; Sun 4–11pm.
Happy Hour Deal: Two-for-one cocktails.
A sort of ‘Dive Bar” with negligible lighting levels. A rock bar with a good jukebox and very cool staff. Afters of the ceiling is covered in used brass
Brace of Lynchburg Lemonades (Tennessee whisky with Cointreau, lemon juice, lemonade, and bitters) is crisp and refreshing
Address: 339, Battersea Park Road London SW11 4LS
Happy hours London time: Tue–Sat, 5–8pm; all day Sun.
Happy Hour Deal:£6 cocktails.
Chic and punked-up Britannica decor, old Queenie on the wall, a typewriter in a phone box – with tables and sofas positioned around a hexagonal bar and dancefloor.
Plenty of interesting spins on classic recipes, such as the Passion Colada; a sweet, healthy, passion fruit-topped take on the ‘80s classic alcohol-soaked afternoon teas, cocktail classes and a Sunday bottomless bloody mary bar.
The menu has a strong showing of classics, and the mixes are perfect.
The Rum Kitchen
Address: 6-8 All Saints Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 1HH
Happy hours London time: Mon-Fri, 6-7 pm
Happy Hour Deal: £4 cocktail
This Caribbean spot is colourfully decorated and divided into part beach shack, and part ship’s quarters created with dark wood panels.
Predominantly rum-driven cocktail list including a Navy-style grog and a secret-recipe house punch named the “Rattle-Skull, also try Mama’s Guinness punch, Rumbustion, and Whistlebelly.
Venn Street Records
Address: 78 Venn Street London SW4 0BD
Happy hours London time: Mon–Sun, 5–8pm.
Happy Hour Deal: £8.50 for two cocktails
With its trendy-trendy unique vibe, it tries to plug-in after work crowd with an excellent range of cocktails under your budget.Its walls adorned with retro album covers, flyers, music memorabilia and other bits of pop paraphernalia.
Cocktails include twists on some classics and tongue-in-cheek kitsch with options including the AC/Daiquiri, the Pina Colada and the Raisins ‘n’ Apricots made with apricot-infused Woodford Reserve bourbon and Pedro Ximenez sherry, A broader view of beers with Brewdog’s Punk IPA and 77Lager available alongside Estaminet, a crisp pilsner from Belgium, and a Kriek (cherry) beer.It serves US-style pizzas as of now.