Any excuse to drink Champagne is okay by us, but where to do it? Here an expert lets us in on the best places to enjoy a tipple…
Words Francoise Peretti, Director of Champagne Bureau UK
London is one of the Champagne capitals of the world – located in the number one market in terms of volume – so when it comes to choosing a venue to the tipple, we’re absolutely spoilt for choice. Here are a few brilliant spots to enjoy yourself on Champagne Day…
Pork, beef and veggie hot dogs are paired with champagnes in a bare-brick bar and small dining room.
bubbledogs.co.uk; 70 Charlotte Street, W1T
Searcy’s Champagne Bar
Boasting the title of ‘Europe’s longest champagne bar’ this 98m space in King’s Cross St Pancras, is truly breathtaking. With a ‘press for champagne’ button and table service your glass will never be empty.
searcysstpancras.co.uk; St Pancras International Station, N1C
This Parisian-style wine bar nook has a vast list of wines and champagnes served with a concise, seasonal British menu.
noblerot.co.uk; 51 Lamb’s Conduit Street, WC1N
The Promenade, The Dorchester
Elegant lounge with plush sofas, potted palms and resident pianist, for afternoon tea and several glasses of champers.
dorchestercollection.com; 53 Park Lane, W1K
Sweeping views in stylish reservations-only champagne and cocktail bar serving bar snacks and tapas.
vertigo42.co.uk; 25 Old Broad Street, EC2N