Best Cocktail Bars in Kensington & Chelsea

Our top picks for the best cocktails bars in Kensington and Chelsea including cocktails bars for birthdays, weekends, and other celebrations.

<p>High Street Kensington and the surrounding area is one of the nicest residential areas of London. As you would expect, resultantly there are many great restaurants in the area and lot of cool bars to enjoy a cocktail at. These are our top picks for the best bars and restaurants near High Street Kensington.</p> <h3>Tonteria</h3><p><br></p><h3>Connaught Bar (at The Connaught)</h3> <p>Ultra-stylish decor and chic, innovative cocktails put the award-winning Connaught Bar in a league of its own. This is where new icons are born and classics skilfully re-imagined. The bar’s design, by the late David Collins, was inspired by English Cubist and Irish 1920s art, and features textured walls shimmering in platinum silver leaf.</p> <h3>Buddha-Bar London</h3> <p>A decadent and unique venue, the award winning Buddha-Bar London, located in the heart of Knightsbridge, is well worth a visit.</p><p>Buddha-Bar London offers an immersive Far Eastern influenced experience. From the grand entrance onward Buddha-Bar has a contemporary and unique interior, featuring bespoke art installations over its two floors, and floor to ceiling hanging crystal dragons. The venue certainly has the wow factor.</p><p>Offering a variety of outstanding drink and food options; impeccable service; a glamorous interior; and Buddha-Bar's signature lounge music it is no wonder that Buddha-Bar London makes are list as one of the best bar/restaurants near Hyde Park.</p> <h3>Mahiki Kensington</h3> <p>Mahiki is the ultimate party destination. With its Tiki décor, delicious fresh fruit cocktails and tropical flowers adorning every Honolulu Honey’s hair, a night out is set to be unique in every respect!</p><p>Mahiki Kensington celebrates traditional Polynesian style and encapsulates the spirit of Tiki, offering you an unforgettable experience. Transporting you to a Polynesian Paradise.</p> <h3>Dirty Bones Kensington</h3> <p>Launching originally as a street-level gourmet hot dog stand by day and party spot by night, could be described as a subterranean cocktail bar, private lounge and restaurant. Guests are greeted at a pinball machine in the cocktail bar - a quirky hang-out spot in it's own right. Sweep through the converted photo booth to the restaurant or through a retro fridge door to the private lounge (complete with it's own bar and private DJ booth).</p><p>Open for dinner and drinks 7 days a week and serving up a cure-all Bottomless Boozy Brunch every weekend, there is live music every Thursday from 8pm.</p><p>Drinkers and thrill seekers,will love the cocktail offers available Monday to Friday from 5-7pm. DJs spin old-school tracks and party gems every Friday and Saturday from 9pm.</p><h3>Jako London</h3>

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Last updated on 30/03/2019, 10:00

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