1. Dandelyan in London
Ah, this London proudly wears on his lapel gold and silver in this colorful sheet. And Dandelyan is the promised land of the upper mixology. The fame is due to its uncompromising service and the infinite fantasy brought to the cocktail menu. The bartenders here are real fakirs and serve not just drinks, but experiences and stories. A mandatory stop for connoisseurs.
2. American Bar in London
The Savoy’s American Bar is the oldest surviving cocktail bar in Britain, first welcoming guests for its popular ‘American-style’ drinks in 1893.
The 125-year history of cocktail making has finally helped the American Bar conquer the first place in the prestigious Bar of the Year Award. The Temple of Classical Drinks welcomes us with all its coziness and traditions in the glorious Savoy Hotel. After the prestigious honors, we are sure that the Instagram photos marked there will be flooded.
Today, the American Bar in London enjoys a reputation that positions it at the very forefront of the beverage industry – in 2017 it was voted World’s Best Bar at World’s 50 Best and in 2018 named World’s Best again at Tales of the Cocktail – whilst steeped in an incredible and intricate British cocktail history.
3. THE CONNAUGHT
Designed by the famous David Collins, is associated with style and shine - mirrors, low light, silver leaves, delicious palette, lots of plush seating for intimate conversation. This is obviously popular with the hotel's residents, so do not come here looking for local color.
But even if you can only stretch a drink, it's worth it: count every penny and take care of yourself. The cocktail menu is full of incredible examples of all the original, but for the true experience of Connaught, the only way to travel is on the Martini cart - order and move to you with the beverage mixed on top.
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