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Raise a glass to the late David Collins in one of his design studio’s most striking pieces of work, The Langham hotel’s glamorous bar. The… more »
Dramatic Victorian/Gothic structures, gleaming wood panels and a giant ticking clock are reminders that this grand room once served as a busy ticketing… more »
Part of a brand synonymous with reality TV careerists and tabloid high jinks, Crazy Bear's subterranean bar is the place for Fitzrovia folks with… more »
Got up like a 1950s’ backstreet tattoo parlour, this rollicking rock-and-roll pit is like the wild sister of Sandy from Grease, all trashed biker-chick… more »
As a rallying point for glamour models, premiership footballers and hedge-fund managers, this 80ft-long, double-sided onyx bar is low on subtlety… more »
Bar legend Oskar Kinberg is the chilled spirit guide at Ollie Dabbous’ instantly fashionable basement bar (also known as Oskar's Bar). Premium… more »
Reservations are a very good idea at this still-cool subterranean bar, and it’s worth the effort to see how the team behind the City’s Worship… more »
More than a warm-up act for the excellent Roka restaurant upstairs, Shochu Lounge is a destination in its own right – a snazzy and ‘sexy' subterranean… more »
A recent venture from the eponymous bartender training school, Shaker & Company claims to be inspired by the swagger and abandon of New Orleans… more »
A better bet than most of the voguish speakeasy-style bars currently flooding the capital, the Lucky Pig is well worth hogging. What was a dreary… more »
Situated right next to each other, the London areas of Bloomsbury & Marylebone couldn’t be more different, yet both boast a superb portfolio of bars many of which are listed here in Square Meal’s guide to the best bars in Bloomsbury & Marylebone. Known as London’s literary area, Bloomsbury is not only home to an array of antique bookshops, charming hotels and university campus’, it also houses the world famous British Museum. With pretty gardens and beautifully classic streets, Bloomsbury offers a more romantic kind of London.
You’ll find just what you are looking for with Square Meal’s guide to the best bars in Bloomsbury & Marylebone. You may also want to check out the bars of the neighbouring London areas Covent Garden and Soho.
Every one of the top bars in Bloomsbury & Marylebone featured in Square Meal’s list of the best bars in Bloomsbury & Marylebone have been tried and tested by critics and our own customers so check out the reviews with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from those who have visited, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.