Cocktail O’Clock: 5 Accessible London Bars

Enjoy a drink any night of the week with these 5 Accessible London Bars!

KANALOA LONDON, HOLBORN

Ahola! Here you can find a Hawaiian escape in the heart of London. This quirky, tiki-inspired bar has actual beaches and treetops! Once inside, the flamboyant and exotic cocktails are not to be missed.

Accessibility:
– Wheelchair Access
– Disabled Toilets

18 Lime Office Court Shoe Lane, EC4A 3BQ
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THE DRIFT, LIVERPOOL STREET 

The Drift describes itself as “a sanctuary in the chaos of London”. Full of nooks and crannies to hide away from busy London, why not try their all day menu or even book a cocktail mixology class!

Accessibility:
– Wheelchair Access
– Disabled Toilets

110 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AY
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THE REFINERY BANKSIDE, WATERLOO

Located in the iconic Blue Fin building near to the Tate Modern in London’s Bankside, The Refinery includes beers from London’s best breweries. It also offers an exclusive breakfast club between 8am and 11.30am.

Accessibility:
– Wheelchair Access
– Disabled Toilets

100 Southwark Street, SE1 0TF
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THE EXHIBIT, BALHAM

The Exhibit Bar has several spaces that can be reserved for parties of up to 100 completely free of charge any night of the week. It’s open for a morning pick me up, to late night dancing. The bar is a communal, wheel-chair accessible place that prides itself on welcoming all!

Accessibility:
– Wheelchair Access
– Disabled Toilets
– Very Spacious

12 Balham Station Road, SW12 9SG
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JAMIES CREECHURCH LANE, CITY OF LONDON

Nestled comfortably between Aldgate, Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street stations, Jamies Wine Bar and Restaurant on Creechurch Lane is a versatile venue. Offering a large dining area and comfortable bar, it’s an ideal place to catch up with friends over a bottle of wine.

Accessibility:
– Wheelchair Access
– Disabled Toilets

18-22 Creechurch Lane, EC3A 5AY
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