Here are the 7 top bars that are open on Sundays in London. Despite the reputation of Sundays being a quiet day in the city, many bars remain open and offer a diverse range of experiences. Whether you’re looking for a glamorous Gatsby-style bar or a lively cocktail bar, London has a wide range of options to suit all tastes and budgets.
1. The Cocktail Club
As one of London’s most prestigious bars, The Cocktail Club is as lively on Sunday as any other day of the week. Here, you can expect craft cocktails, a delicious food menu that perfectly compliments the drinks and an energetic atmosphere. This is the kind of place where good times roll throughout the week, even on Sundays.
As the winner of the World’s Best Bar & Best International Hotel Bar, Lyaness is a fantastic destination for your Sunday drinking. The vibe here is comfortable and fun, the cocktails are made with unusual ingredients that somehow result in truly delicious drinks and they also have a cocktail-based afternoon tea.
If Rick James and Jay Gatsby threw a bash, it would happen at Fitz’s. This is all about opulence, glamour and decadence. Here, you can unwind with a craft beer, wine or classic cocktails, paired with seasonal small food plates. This is perfect for you if you want to kick the week off with a little indulgence.
4. Simmon’s Bar
If you want a fun and relaxed bar that serves good food and delicious drinks, then head straight to Simmon’s Bar. They have different locations all over London, so they probably have a venue near your neighbourhood. This is a great place if you’re also looking to do some partying.
5. Two One Four
If you’re looking for a laid-back neighbourhood bar that serves up the most delicious innovative cocktails, you’ll love Two One Four. The vibe here is pretty much happy-go-lucky and relaxed, so it’s an ideal spot to catch up with friends.
6. Mr Fogg’s
Mr Fogg’s is a great place to visit for a fun and adventurous night out with friends or to experience a unique and immersive cocktail bar in London. The Bar is named after the fictional adventurer Phileas Fogg from Jules Verne’s novel, “Around the World in Eighty Days.” Here, you’ll find an array of cocktails that are mostly inspired by the adventures of Phileas Fogg.
7. Covent Garden Social Club
Covent Garden Social Club has a lively atmosphere and often hosts comedy nights and live music performances. The bar has a cosy and intimate atmosphere, with a focus on creating amazing social experiences. And they also have an impressive cocktail menu.