Whether you're partying in Soho, catching a train or enjoying a spot of retail therapy, there's always time for a glass of fizz.
Champagne + Fromage
Love champagne? Love cheese? Then don't miss this chic French shop-cum-bistro in Covent Garden. Champagne + Fromage specialises in grower Champagne – nicknamed farmer fizz – which is made by artisan producers in their own vineyards. An oversized fromagerie offers plenty of cheese to accompany your fizz.
Flûte Bar & Lounge
Already a roaring success in New York and Paris, London now has its own Flûte Bar & Lounge. Located just off Oxford Street, the bar offers more than 100 champagnes by the bottle and 25 by the glass. The relaxing low-lit venue has plenty of comfy seating, interior brick feature walls and two bars.
Hix Restaurant and Champagne Bar
If you're splashing the cash at Selfridges, pop up to Hix Restaurant and Champagne Bar on the Mezzanine floor. Choose from the extensive champagne list and enjoy your drink while watching the busy shoppers below. Hix also serves a tasty range of bar snacks.Find Prices
Kettner's Champagne Bar
The rich and famous have dined at Kettner's since 1867. The Soho restaurant also has a champagne bar with more than 100 producers on its list, including champagnes from small family growers. Relax in the upmarket venue and enjoy the atmosphere of one of Oscar Wilde's favourite Soho haunts.Find Prices
The Grill Room at Café Royal
Since it opened in 1865, the Grill Room at Café Royal has hosted everyone from Oscar Wilde to Elizabeth Taylor under its ornate roof. Champagne is served with a canapé-sized portion of seafood and there's plenty more on the menu if you get peckish. Make sure you dress for the occasion: the dress code requires frocks for ladies and shirts and jackets for men.
More Bar & Brasserie
For champagne without the formality, head to More Bar & Brasserie near London Bridge. Popular with office workers and perfect for sunny days when you can sit outside with a glass of fizz. Don't miss champagne hour (between 12-1pm and 5-6pm) for cut-price champagne!
One New Change Champagne Bar
Relax with a glass of bubbly after a hard day's shopping at One New Change. The latest Searcys champagne bar has the most extensive champagne list in Europe and champions the Parisian technique of decanting, said to improve the aromas. Take a seat and enjoy tapas-style food matched to your champagne.
Paddington Champagne Bar
In the hub of busy Paddington Station, take time out at the Paddington Champagne Bar. Bubbles are served by the bottle or glass and can be matched with tapas-style snacks including charcuterie plates and mini macaroons. Don't get too comfortable – you don't want to miss your train!
St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar
Whether you've just arrived in London or are catching the Eurostar to Paris, make time for a glass of fizz at St Pancras International Station. The Champagne Bar at St Pancras is the longest in Europe and features heated booths to snuggle up in during the winter months. If you're on a budget choose from the £10 per glass range.Find Prices
Treat yourself to champagne or champagne cocktails in the elegant 30-seater bar area at Icelandic restaurant Texture in Marylebone. Master Sommelier Xavier Rousset has put together an extensive wine and champagne list with 88 champagnes by the bottle and five by the glass. Enjoy!Find Prices
If you’re looking for an intimate location to share some bubbly or a place to relax while listening to your favourite tunes, Voltaire is the perfect place. The bar, which boasts London’s largest selection Pommery champagne, features cosy vaults that are perfect for two to 12 people and include their own iPod docks so you can play what you want to your heart’s content.
Westfield Champagne Bar
See and be seen at the Westfield Champagne Bar. Sip champers from the centre of the shopping action in The Village, Westfield London's luxury shopping area. Pair your people-watching with nibbles from Michelin-starred chef Richard Corrigan's specially designed food menu.