London Cocktail Club Monument

2B Eastcheap , London, EC3M 1AE

London Cocktail Club Monument

SquareMeal Review of London Cocktail Club Monument

Entrepreneurs and cheeky chappies JJ Goodman and James Hopkins are the personalities behind this series of fun, outlandishly themed bars, each defined by a signature spirit – 'tattoo rum parlour', 'punk gin palace', ‘gangsters Tequila parlour’ and so on. Cocktails range from white-hot classics such as Mojito and Bramble to fiendishly imaginative tipples including the Bacon & Egg Martini – Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 infused with quality smoked bacon, mixed with maple syrup, orange bitters, lemon juice and egg whites (find it in the 'LCC Legends' section of the menu, alongside the 'Bump 'N' Grind'). Unpretentious vibes and regular happy hours guarantee full houses, and punters are pleased as punch to gain admission without scrutiny. Fair prices also mean that you can shout a round without emptying your wallet.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Monument Tube Station 75m

Fenchurch Street Station 276m


Address: 2B Eastcheap , London EC3M 1AE

Area: Monument Tower Hill Aldgate

Opening times

Mon-Sat 4pm-12M

Nearby Landmarks

Monument 76m

The Walkie Talkie 145m


Telephone: 020 7580 1960


Cuisine: Bars


Food & Drink: 2.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 2.0

Food & Drink: 1.0

Service: 1.0

Atmosphere: 1.0

Value: 1.0

Dave D. 21 October 2017

With all the charm and sophistication of a provincial Wetherspoons, and full of a clientele who believe that their data entry job qualifies them as "working in finance", this place is beyond grim. Add to this an over-bearded barman who seemed to think his "Shoreditch of 5 years ago" look gave him the right to be outright rude to his customers, and you get a feel for the LCC vibe. It was something about a VIP area apparently, a concept about as plausible as a VIP area in Nandos. This place's only redeeming feature was a clearly embarrassed and overworked waitress, doing her best to stem the rising chav-geddon. Classist? Possibly, but this place has none. Think Friday night in late 90s Slough.