At neighbourhood bar Three Sheets, the cocktail menu changes every week, but no matter what’s on offer, you can always count on it being organised by strength. The One Sheet column features fresh and refreshing drinks like the Grape Soda, a light and delicate blend of pisco, grape leaves, and jasmine. Meanwhile, if you’re in the mood for something a little stronger, the Two Sheets column is sure to have something that fits the bill. Try the Picante: a tasty blend of tequila, pineapple juice, and ancho chilis.
And if you’ve been looking for an excuse to let loose on a Saturday night, look no further than Three Sheets’ legendary Three Sheet cocktails. Whether you opt for a beetroot-infused Earth Martini or something else entirely, there’s no doubt that these cocktails will get your weekend started right. If you’re tired of mixing your own drinks during the pandemic, fear not – you can now get bottled cocktails from your favourite bar. Three Sheets have teamed up with Highbury grocer Top Cuvée to offer a selection of their signature drinks, including French 75 and Old Fashioned.
Our recommended drink: Max and Noel Vennings are the masterminds behind the unique twist on the all-time favourite, Cosmopolitan, expertly infusing fermented cranberry juice to create one unforgettable tipple.
With a vibe inspired by the bustling streets of India’s thriving port village of Bandra, this innovative bar offers up some truly incredible bar snacks alongside other delicious, exotic dishes. Whether you enjoy roasted masala nuts or grilled lamb cutlets, there’s no doubt that Bandra Bhai is the perfect place to escape to for a fun night out with friends.
Sure, you could play it safe with a classic martini or old fashioned. But where’s the fun in that? At Bandra Bhai, you’ll find a unique selection of artisan cocktails. Take the Jungle Love, for example, a refreshing blend of fresh mint, cassia bark, and rose liquor. Or the Smokey Joe, a complex concoction of apricot liqueur and lapsang souchong.
Our recommended drink: If you’re feeling adventurous, why not try Disco Inferno, a heady mix of cardamom-infused vodka, mango, lime, and chilli. However, the Apples and Pears cocktail bar brings a similar vibe.
Located on the South Bank of the city, Lyaness is a lively and exotic cocktail bar that draws inspiration from the playful mixing techniques pioneered by its talented head mixologist, Ryan Chetiyawardana Lyaness. When it comes to dining out, customers often crave novelty and excitement. They want to try something new and taste something different. Lyaness, a restaurant in London, is certainly not afraid of experimentation. The menu at Lyaness starts with seven “protagonist” ingredients, including Peach Emoji, Golden Levain, and Vegan Honey. These unique ingredients are used to create dishes that are both innovative and delicious.
Regardless of whether you are a cocktail connoisseur or simply looking for a fun night out with friends, Lyaness is the place to be. With its vibrant atmosphere and excellent cocktails, this bar truly embodies all that makes London one of the most exciting cities in the world. So if you’re looking for dazzling drinks and an all-around great time, don’t miss out on Lyaness!
Our recommended drink: Any of Chetiyawardana’s now-famous “purple” pineapple. This tangy twist on the classic tropical fruit packs a flavourful punch and is the ultimate refreshing sipper for a long night at a cocktail bar.