Nightlife's near London Review Bookshop

 
 
ADDRESS
London Review Bookshop, 14 Bury Place, Bloomsbury, London WC1A 2JL 
 
OPENING TIMES
Mon to Sat 10am-6.30pm, Sun 12pm-6pm | Mon to Sat 10am-6.30pm, Sun 12am-6pm
 
Order results near to

 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The Princess Louise
London > Nightlife > Pubs
208 High Holborn, Covent Garden, London WC1V | 3 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
The flagship London pub of Yorkshire's oldest brewery, Samuel Smith, the Princess Louise has been carefully restored to her original Victorian layout complete with snugs,... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The American Bar at The Savoy
London > Nightlife > Bars
The Savoy, Strand, WC2R | 3 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
During The Savoy's £220million refit the American Bar was barely touched, ensuring it stayed true to its traditional, sleek design that is synonymous with the... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Beaufort Bar at The Savoy
London > Nightlife > Bars
The Savoy, Strand, WC2R | 3 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
The second of two bars in The Savoy, the Beaufort Bar is a glamorous affair. The bar continues the hotel's Art Deco theme with plush... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Scarfes Bar
London > Nightlife > Bars
252 High Holborn, Holborn, WC1V | 4 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Named after the cartoonist Gerald Scarfe (whose characterful illustrations will adorn the bar's walls), Scarfes Bar is a shining beacon in the otherwise lacking High... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Queens Larder Restaurant & Pub
London > Nightlife > Pubs
1 Queen's Square, Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury, London WC1N | 4 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Philomena's Irish Bar
London > Nightlife > Pubs
40 Great Queen Street, WC2B | 5 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Philomena's is an Irish themed bar and sports cafe on Great Queen Street, just two minutes walk from Covent Garden tube station. A great place... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Lowlander Beer Cafe
London > Nightlife > Bars
36 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London WC2B | 5 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
The reputation of the Benelux breweries precedes them and this themed bar captures the flair of Dutch cafe culture too. The impressive row of shiny... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The Perseverance
London > Nightlife > Bars
63 Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N | 6 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Formerly run by Billy Drew (who has opened The Chippy in Soho), The Perseverance in Lamb's Conduit Street re-opened in April 2007 under new management.... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Detroit Bar
London > Nightlife > Bars
35 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, Covent Garden, London WC2H | 7 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Covent Garden "style" bar serving cocktails and a chilled out, trendy vibe. Considered to be one of London’s original “style” or “concept” bars, despite being on... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The Lamb
London > Nightlife > Pubs
94 Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N | 7 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
On the peaceful, pedestrianised Lamb's Conduit Street, hidden behind an 18th century facade, is The Lamb, a beautifully preserved Grade II listed Victorian pub. The... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The Phoenix Artist Club
London > Nightlife > Bars
1 Phoenix Street, Charing Cross Road, Soho, London WC2H | 8 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Beneath the Phoenix Theatre lies this charming escape from the norm. Something of a 'hidden gem' the Phoenix Artist Club is secreted away down a... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Polpo at Ape and Bird
London > Nightlife > Pubs
142 Shaftesbury Avenue, WC2H | 8 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
When Russell Norman, famed for Polpo, Spuntino and Mishkin's, and as The Restaurant Man on BBC2, opened his first pub in November 2013 it... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Duke (of York)
London > Nightlife > Pubs
7 Roger Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N | 9 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Bourne & Hollingsworth
London > Nightlife > Bars
28 Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London W1T | 9 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Prohibition-era themed basement bar in Fitzrovia, with a good line in retro comedy. The joke is that it's a bar dodging the law by masquerading... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Drakes Tabanco
London > Nightlife > Bars
3 Windmill Street, W1T | 9 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Drakes Tabanco opens on 7th October 2013. Serving fine and rare sherry wines straight from barrel, alongside a Spanish and British food menu, Drakes Tabanco... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Norman's Coach & Horses
London > Nightlife > Pubs
29 Greek Street, Soho, London W1D | 9 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Claiming to be 'the West End's Best Known Pub', Norman's Coach & Horses certainly has more than its fair share of unique features. Firstly there's... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The Toucan
London > Nightlife > Pubs
19 Carlisle Street, Soho, London W1D | 9 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
This is not so much a restaurant as a tiny atmospheric Irish bar. Having grown out of its minuscule basement into the bar upstairs it's... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Lamb & Flag
London > Nightlife > Pubs
33 Rose Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E | 9 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
One of the oldest pubs in London, the Lamb & Flag was once known as the Bucket of Blood, thanks to the bare-knuckle fights held... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Kettner's Champagne Bar
London > Nightlife > Bars
29 Romilly Street, Soho, London W1D | 9 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Celebrate in style at this elegant yet wholly unpretentious Baroque champagne bar in the heart of Soho. Dimly-lit, effortlessly elegant and with gleaming Mahogany surfaces,... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Cittie of Yorke
London > Nightlife > Pubs
22 High Holborn, Holborn, London WC1V | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Although the site of the Cittie of Yorke has been home to a public house since the 15th century, it has been housed in many... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Shochu Lounge
London > Nightlife > Bars
37 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Shochu Lounge's mixture of of rustic wood and shiny twenty-first century fittings is very Japanese, as is the low, moody lighting, and the cocktails, which... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The Lobby Bar at One Aldwych
London > Nightlife > Bars
1 Aldwych, Covent Garden, London WC2B | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Named one of the top five hotel bars in the world by the Sunday Telegraph, the Lobby Bar at the chic One Aldwych hotel is... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Akbar
London > Nightlife > Bars
77 Dean Street, Soho, London W1D | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
It sounds magnificent - décor based on the Indian Architecture of the Moghul period – but despite creating a fantastic, discreet atmosphere Akbar isn’t breaking... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The 100 Club
London > Nightlife > Nightclubs
100 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London W1D | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Founded in 1942, The 100 Club has made a name for itself by hosting innovative bands and has always been the vanguard of cutting edge... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Admiral Duncan
London > Nightlife > Bars
54 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
This once staid gay pub has been the subject of much media attention in the wake of 1999’s tragic bomb attack. Today, it is a... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
B.Y.O.C
London > Nightlife > Bars
28 Bedfordbury Street, Covent Garden, WC2N | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
A speakeasy bar with a twist, B.Y.O.C is a cocktail bar that doesn't stock any alcohol. But, before snubbing it in disgust, you can relax... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Punch Room
London > Nightlife > Bars
London EDITION, 10 Berners Street, W1T | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Specialising in punches served from miniature cauldrons, the Punch Room is an exclusive reservations-only bar tucked away at the back of the London EDITION hotel.... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
La Casa del Habano
London > Nightlife > Bars
100 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1F | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
As soon as you step into the La Casa del Habanos bar you feel like you're in Cuba. Warm oranges and yellows stand out from... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Floridita
London > Nightlife > Bars
100 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1F | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
The potent Daiquiri cocktails are the essential menu item in this impossibly chic Cuban-themed bar and restaurant. This dark basement is London's greatest tribute to... More
 
 
 
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Floridita's Rum Shack
London > Nightlife > Bars
100 Wardour Street, W1F | 10 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop
Late night bar Floridita injected a welcome burst of sunshine into London this year with the launch of its Rum Shack. Located under the restaurant's... More
 
 
 
 
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 
Next 
Next
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hotels Near

London Review Bookshop

 
 
Near London Review Bookshop
All London hotels
Check-in:
Check-out:
Number of rooms:
Room 1:

What's On Today

Near London Review Bookshop

 
 
 
Monthly Russian Supperclub: Autumn Favourites
Leisure | On 27th November 2014 

Pushkin House 1 minute walk from London Review Bookshop

An authentic Russian dinner....More

Ancient Lives, New Discoveries
Exhibitions | Until 19th April 2015 

British Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

An installation of eight people who were mummified in ancient Egypt and Sudan, including a priest's daughter, a temple doorkeeper ...More

Tutankhamun To Basking Sharks: The Changing Uses Of The British Museum Galleries: Talk
Exhibitions | On 27th November 2014 

British Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

An informative talk....More

Connecting Continents: Indian Ocean Trade And Exchange
Exhibitions | Until 31st May 2015 

British Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

A selection of objects, artworks and artefacts which are connected to the history of trade in the Indian Ocean....More

Germany: Memories of a Nation
Germany: Memories of a Nation
Exhibitions | Until 25th January 2015 

British Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

A 1953 Volkswagen Beetle and a porcelain rhino are just some of the many objects from a 600 year period ...More

 
Gekiga: Alternative Manga from Japan
Exhibitions | Until 29th November 2014 

The Cartoon Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

Gekiga: Alternative Manga from Japan at the Cartoon Museum will display images by the likes of Masahiko Matsumoto, Yoshihiro Tatsumi ...More

Hogarth's London
Exhibitions | Until 18th January 2015 

The Cartoon Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

The Cartoon Museum displays compelling images by English painter, printmaker and pictorial satirist William Hogarth in their exhibition Hogarth's London. ...More

Witches and Wicked Bodies
Witches and Wicked Bodies
Exhibitions | Until 11th January 2015 

British Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

Co-curated by artist and writer Deanna Petherbridge, Witches and Wicked Bodies at the British Museum explores the changing depictions in ...More

 
Ming: 50 Years That Changed China
Ming: 50 Years That Changed China
Exhibitions | Until 4th January 2015 

British Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

Through spectacular objects from 15th century China, Ming: 50 Years That Changed China, the blockbuster autumn exhibition at the British ...More

 
Bryan Talbot: How I Create A Graphic Novel
Exhibitions | On 27th November 2014 

The Cartoon Museum 2 minutes walk from London Review Bookshop

Award-winning graphic novelist Bryan Talbot, creator of the ground-breaking The Adventures of Luther Arkwright, Alice in Sunderland, and the anthropomorphic ...More

 
 
 
SALE
London Hotels

From cheap budget accommodation to luxury 5 star hotels see our special offers for London Review Bookshop hotels, including Westbury Hotel Kensington London from 82% off.

 
 
Call now: hotel deals 0207 420 4960