South London bars with a twist

Looking to try something different this weekend? We’ve found some unusual places to go for a tipple or two!

1 123 House of Tippler, East Dulwich – This bar has an easy-going feel and serves craft beer, tapas and a selection of cocktails. If ordering cocktails, we suggest going for one of the classics (think martini, bellini, cosmopolitan), or for something extra special try the house ‘Metro’ cocktail

2 214, Bermondsey Street, London – 214 has a regular Sunday Social event (reduced prices) offering a weekly changing menu of cocktails, sharing drinks & gin and tonics. This place is ideal for those looking for an intimate bar with a friendly atmosphere

3 Three Eight Four, Brixton – Three Eight Four prides itself on creating seasonal cocktail menus alongside popular classics, and a food menu of small plate dishes inspired by a variety of cuisines. Try the Jerry’s Chocolate Orange cocktail – a blend of Amarula, creme de cacao, orange, chocolate bitters, milk, cream, chocolate orange

4 Cooperage, Greenwich – Candlelight and exposed brick walls gives a romantic feel to this Greenwich wine bar. There are big comfortable leather booths, master cocktail makers creating their takes on the classics, and a lovingly curated drinks list using home-infused spirits

5 First Aid Box, Herne Hill – Recently opened in Herne Hill, First Aid Box is a quirky take on the traditional cocktail bar with a theme of ‘health, nutrition and doctors orders’. The drinks are a little gimmicky (think cocktails served with syringes, drip bags, vapours and the like) but it’s fun

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