Story are very excited to experience, for the tenth celebratory year, London Cocktail Week!
London Cocktail Week is an enormous event showcasing £6 signature cocktails served in 300 bars across London – including Soho, Battersea, Islington, The City and even Crouch End. With the sun still shining there is nothing better than enjoying London’s finest cocktails in an entire Cocktail Village. The Village is complete with 30+ pop-up bars, street food and DJs in the heart of Brick Lane. If an entire week of cocktails wasn’t enough, the festival will be running for ten days this year. This is in aid of their tenth anniversary, and the run includes TWO weekends, so therefore no excuses to not pay them a visit.
London Cocktail Week will also be having their own hub! This has been secured in a beautiful shop space, showcasing a daily rotation of brands, bartenders and masterclasses for all attendees to enjoy and undertake. Details will be released nearer to the date highlighting activities and masterclass stations for people to join and experience.
A series of themed events will also be happening to celebrate London Cocktail Week even further – from pop-ups at Skylon Hive – a beehive installation including tasty honey cocktails, to the Estate of Mind pop-up taking place on Dalloway Terrace – a transformed countryside summer pop-up complete with gorgeous floral installations.
To secure your festival pass for this year’s London Cocktail Week please click here to learn even more.
A selection of bars to look out for, who are taking part in this year’s Cocktail Week:
100 Wardour St – The perfect basement bar where live music and cocktails both go late into the night.
Apples & Pears – An ever-changing eclectic cocktail list surrounded by quirky and unique décor.
Aqua Nueva – A glamorous venue including stunning views from their unique terrace.
Bar Elba – An ‘instagrammable’ rooftop bar right near Waterloo. Great drinks and party vibes!
The Rooftop at the Trafalgar St James – A rooftop bar right in the heart of London with views from Trafalgar Square to Big Ben.