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We lived in a lakeside apartment in college, next to often-empty summer homes. I voiced doubt, envisioning us mid-heist when an aging day trader would emerge, Scrooge-like, from the third-story window, announcing the police were already on their way. Our party was in an hour. What a release. You live for yourself.


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Tonight, drinking to you

We can do that! These are the places we would recommend to a friend: the best in class for boozing. Did you drink somewhere on this list and love it? Share it with the hashtag TimeOutDrinkList. And you can find out how Time Out makes recommendations and reviews bars here.

What's the vibe? Geometric white tiling, pendant lights and a mission to bring the best from French-speaking parts of the world to a corner of north London. When to visit: This place is perfect for a weekday drink. And its shop means you can carry on the wine party back at yours.

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What to drink: Their by-the-glass menu highlights a different wine region each month. Lively and always busy, but quiet because of its size, the minute setting offers the rare luxury of peace and quiet in central London. When to visit: Early evenings are perfect for a cocktail before dinner in Soho — indoors or out on the streets. What to drink: Marsala Martini gin, sweet marsala, dry vermouth and almond bitters.

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When to visit: To remind yourself that such places exist in your city. Make the most of them. Broodingly dark bar shining a light on whisky, Black Rock takes any fustiness out of the spirit. When to visit: For serious, considered whisky drinking given a fun edge. Nightcaps never tasted so good. What to drink: Whisky, obvs. From the tree or bottle, or served in cocktails and high balls. Rich, dark oak furnishings and white marble features and even a mirrored ceiling juxtapose playful, decorative drinks.

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When to visit: Clearly, this is a spot made for long summer afternoons and into the evening. Small, secretive and playful but always serious about the cocktails. Look beyond the pink umbrella in your drink for full-on flavour and watch the barmen at work for a masterclass in mixing. As classy as they come, the Connaught Bar is a must-try for any Londoner.

Sip mega-dollar drinks in a mega-dollar Mayfair setting, among a clientele of flashy hotel guests. You may need rolling out after, too.

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A youthful drinking spot with a banging sound system frequented by dungaree-wearing Peckhamites. When to visit: Given its location at the heart of trendy Copeland Park, this spot will likely be busy every night of the week.

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What to drink: Try the hefty Peckham Punch, a fruity cocktail with four rums in the mix. Perfect for its glossy clientele.

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What to drink: The bar boasts one of the largest menus of English sparkling wine in town. Order up a glass of something relatively local and fizzy. Chic Bethnal Green calvados-and-cocktail bar serving French-tinged tipples to an in-the-know crowd. In the midst of Tooting Market sits this teensy bottle shop and bar where craft beer rules. When to visit: On a sunny evening, the lure of Crate is hard to resist. Failing that, make it a lingering weekend session after a brisk walk by the water. Either way, this place is primed for socially distanced beers.

What to drink: The irresistibly malty and light Crate Best is a treat any day of the week.

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Walworth wine bar named after the Greek philosopher who lived in a barrel. During lockdown it became a reliable deli for locals.

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Now, it keeps that guise by day, but flips to a bar by night. When to visit: Hit up this bar when London makes your lonely — staff give the warmest of welcomes. What to drink: Let the friendly team guide you. Staff are mostly trained sommeliers and the list is a blinder filled with weird and wonderful wine. Central London cocktail hotspot with a surprisingly neighbourhoody feel. Imagine if Rick James and Jay Gatsby got together to throw a bash filled with delicious cocktail confections.

What to drink: Try the Vesca Negroni, a classic drink lifted with coconut and rosehip. Not to mention some great views.

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What to drink: Cocktails and craft beers. But remember to focus your energy on beating your Street Fighter score. When to visit: When you tire of crawling along this famous hoppy stretch of London, make this jumbo HQ your one-stop shop. Just be mindful: the rest of London may have the same idea. What to drink: Anything red or orange — an Americano or an Aperol Spritz would be our choice. Peckham cocktail bar with just as much know-how when it comes to playing the tunes.

When to visit: Hit up the bar after dinner for a groovy nightcap and a chat with fun regulars. Currently, the bar also serves as a shop, selling local produce and vinyl records. A surprisingly upmarket party place just opposite West Hampstead station. Upstairs is He; the basement is Tails. When to visit: A cocktail bar to suit all moods, He is about low-abv drinking done in style while Tails is a dark, brooding basement dedicated to the darker, harder spirits. Incredible cocktails, and, in our experience, dazzlingly wonderful service. When to visit: On a late East End night out that demands something a bit classy.

What to drink: While Guinness is popular, cocktails are the business. The Irish Coffee is unmissable, but the Wogan is just as easy to quaff. What all visitors have in common is an urge to sip beer fresh from the tank — these stand in glistening rows behind the bar. What to drink: There are ten from the tank to try, but start with American Pale XX, whose hoppy notes explode when sampled straight from the source. Well, this Kentish Town cocktail magnet has something for every taste, and is all set in a disused public loo.

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What to drink: Any of the classics — or order a Quarantini to be delivered to your home. Super-friendly service and on-trend cocktails all the way up in Crouch End. When to visit: Come here for small group catch-ups over cocktails — large, tall tables help you keep it social at just the right distance.

Off the wall. And throw in a load of Princess Di and Pat Butcher memorabilia. When to visit: Evenings, when it cranks up the Abba tunes, or afternoon tea with your ma. Sunny days are best right now, as the outdoors has been turned into a Deptford drinking terrace. When to visit: When you feel like having your mind expanded.

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A bottle shop, taproom and beer heaven housed in a roomy railway arch in Vauxhall. When to visit: When you want to have all the choice in the world. There are 33 taps and so many beer fridges to work your way through. Thank the beer gods for the staff, who are more than happy to help you decide. All the plonk here is served at a reasonable price by the bottle or glass. When to visit: In the winter months. Small and dark, this is the perfect place to hunker down on a cold and wild evening. Although drinking at tables on the pavement outside suits punters in the current climate very nicely indeed.

What to drink: Though beers are available, it really has to be wine. When to visit: Thursday night: the weekend starts early here — they still know how to start a party, despite recent challenges. When to visit: Happy hour runs from 5. Then get grooving under the mechanical mirror ball.

What to drink: An Amer Citron is a citrussy two-tone wonder that really looks ready for the party.

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