London champagne bars

The bar at St Pancras Champagne Bar
St Pancras Champagne Bar by Searcys. Image courtesy of Searcys
Soak up the high life at one of London's best champagne bars. 
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 at London champagne bars.

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Champagne + Fromage

 

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Love champagne? Love cheese? Then don't miss this chic French shop and bistro in Covent Garden, Brixton, Greenwich and Elephant & Castle. 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 bubbles.

St Pancras Champagne Bar by Searcys

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.

Texture Champagne Bar

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 140 champagnes by the bottle and five by the glass. Enjoy!

Bubbledogs

 

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Champagne and hot dogs? Yes, that’s real: Bubbledogs in Fitzrovia serves a variety of different hot dogs to be paired with your favourite glass of fizz. An ironic and down-to-earth version of the classic champagne bar, this restaurant also guarantees more affordable prices.

The Champagne Bar at Harrods

There’s a stylish champagne bar hidden in Harrods’ shopping haven. Head to the first floor, and treat yourself to a glass of fizz and a small bite at the bar. The champagne comes from Domaine Hostomme, whose production dates back over three centuries, and the food menu is attentively studied to match all types of bubbles.

Prosecco House

 

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Instead of champagne, enjoy a taste of Italy's finest fizz at Prosecco House, a bar tucked away close to Tower Bridge. You'll find a delicious range of proseccos, listed by winery, and nibbles to accompany them. Not sure what to try? The knowledgeable staff are on hand to advise you.