Butlers Wharf Chop House
Butlers Wharf Chop House are serving a glorious concoction of Edgerton Gin, Damiana extracts, grains of Paradise, coriander seeds, lemon thyme and fresh lime and lemon juice, priced at £5 for wristband holders. Butlers Wharf Chop House is a restaurant devoted to serving modern, simple and honest fare, situated on the riverside near London Bridge with unbeatable views of Tower Bridge, the Docklands and beyond.
Newly appointed head bartender, Tim Laferla, at City Social has created a cocktail named ‘Vitamin Sea’ for London Cocktail Week. The ingredients included in the drink are Hendrick’s Gin, Aperitif Wine, Sea Buckthorn & Orange Sherbet, Carrot Soda, Absinthe, 90’s Popstar. The bar features art deco style interiors against the backdrop of the stunning London skyline from its location on the 24th floor of Tower 42.
Flesh & Buns
Flesh & Buns, from the team behind Bone Daddies, will be mixing up the ‘Hiroshima Hillbilly Hangover’, a fresh and zesty combination of bourbon, lemonade and fresh lemon juice shaken with Yuzu for a Japanese twist. The ‘Hiroshima Hillbilly Hangover’ will be available for £5 for wristband holders and is the perfect partner for Flesh & Buns’ signature DIY steamed Hirata buns. For more information, visit: https://drinkup.london/bars/flesh-and-buns/
Hotel Cafe Royal’s Green Bar
Exclusively for London Cocktail Week, Green Bar at Hotel Cafe Royal is serving up an Aged American cocktail, made with Maker’s Mark Whiskey, Ramos Pinto 20 year old Port , Briottet Figue liqueur, Sugar syrup and Egg white. Inspired by the Cafe Royal Cocktail Book compiled in 1937, the Green Bar at Hotel Cafe Royal is a great destination for cocktail connoisseurs.
Salt Yard Group
Salt Yard Group is offering a special Salt Yard sherry based cocktail across all four sites (Ember Yard, Salt Yard, Dehesa and Opera Tavern), based in Soho and Covent Garden. The Fino Sour cocktail is made with Fino Sherry, Torres Brandy, Orange, Lemon and Egg White and will be available to London Cocktail Week wristband holders for 5. There is also an option for a food and cocktail pairing, including an accompanying Tapas dish, priced at 10.
Located in London’s Southbank, Skylon restaurant will be serving a citrus based cocktail named ‘John Haig’s Crusta’. Wristband holders will be able to enjoy the drink, which includes Haig Club Whisky, Mandarine Imperial, MONIN gomme syrup, lemon juice, orange blossom essence, for just £5.
Threadneedle Bar at the historic Royal Exchange will be showcasing The Royal Tea during London Cocktail Week made up of Uluvka Vodka, Monin raspberry tea, fresh blackberry, lemon juice, sugar, Prosecco and served in a whisky glass on crushed ice. London Cocktail Week wristband holders can purchase the cocktail for £5. The drinks menu at the Threadneedle Bar features old-time favourites while the cocktail list pay homage to Jerry Thomas’ 1862 ‘Bartenders Guide’, the first ever mixology book published in the United States and written by the renowned bartender.
Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf
Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf will be offering Tom’s G&T to all wristband holders for the price of £5. The cocktail is made with London Bermondsey Tonic, Sipsmith Gin, Grapefruit and homemade Marmalade. The bar is open daily from midday until late, offering a delicious line-up of cocktails to enjoy after work.
The Trading House
The Trading House, a fab new pub on Gresham Street, will be offering a refreshing Antique Pop Bramble cocktail priced at £5 as well as a food pairing of Cardamom with Pear & Cardamom Crush with an addition 4 count of gomme (15ml) priced at £10 for wristband holders. For more info, visit: visit: http://thetradinghouse.uk.com