Established in 1890, Gordon's Wine Bar is possibly the oldest wine bar in London. Still family run, signs of the bar's long history can be found everywhere, from the cellar and candlelit tables, to the aged wooden walls covered in memorabilia and old newspaper cuttings. The varied wine list includes sherry, port and Madeira.
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Gordon's Wine Bar
47 Villiers StreetCharing CrossLondonWC2N 6NE
- +44 20 7930 1408
I have to give Gordon's Wine Bar four-star rating because it is the oldest wine bar in London. This bar was built in 1890 and it is still very popular. It is so unique. You have never seen anything like Gordon's. Duck if you are tall because you will hit you head on the stone-walked ceilings. This is a romantic and intimate spot with someone special or a fun place to get your drink on with...more
Great spot for a drink. If you are looking for something a bit different with some history, then this is your place. It can be a tight squeeze, but that's half the charm. We started off drinking outside as it was a warm evening and then we were lucky enough to get a table inside. Definitely a great place if you have visitors and want to take them somewhere different. It is really close to...more
Great place to stop by if you're in the area and want a place with great curated wines. Although this place gets quite crowded (we were there on a Tuesday night) the staff is extremely accommodating and the ambiance is lively and relaxed.
The inside of the bar is modeled after a wine cellar by there is ample outdoor seating to accommodate small to medium sized groups. Only thing is that the...more
Nice and cozy little bar with a huge collection of all kids of wine.
They also offer some pretty good cheese and small meals to accompany your wine. Also they have a grill outside that serves sandwiches and chips.
You can decide if you sit inside downstairs in the old vaulted cellar or enjoy the park atmosphere outside.more
I don't like wine and I LOVE this place. It's easy to miss from the outside because of its cruddy-looking facade, but once you step inside, you really feel (and smell) just how old this place is. This place is cosy, the caves really create a great atmosphere and according to my friends who do drink there, the wine is great! The outdoor area is also buzzing.
It's definitely worth a visit and...more