This week's top five bars
Friday 01 July 2011
The Fulham Mitre
A modern family-run pub offering a friendly atmosphere at the heart of residential Fulham. A spacious garden seats more than 75 people, making the Mitre a desired watering hole, noted for its great food.
81 Dawes Road, Fulham, London SW6 7DU 020-7386 8877;
The Dublin Castle
Camden Town’s original small music venue is a great place to hang out and boasts live bands on a stage that has been graced by Madness, Amy Winehouse, Snow Patrol, Blur, Supergrass, Coldplay and Travis.
94 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7AN 020-7485 1773; www.thedublincastle.com
A short walk, from the National Theatre and London Television Centre, at Studio 6 you are likely to rub shoulders with media professionals and celebrities in its alfresco seating area.
56 Upper Ground, Gabriel’s Wharf, London SE1 9PP 020-7928 6243; www.studio6restaurant.co.uk
The Corrib Rest
One of north London’s best pubs for watching sports. Enjoy award-winning pub food while following your team on Sky Sports on the Corrib Rest’s amazing big screens.
76-80 Salusbury Road, London NW6 6PA 020-7625 9585; www.corrib-rest.co.uk
The Thomas A Becket
This fashionable restaurant, bar and nightclub has just opened its doors to provide sumptuous bespoke cocktails, fine dining and dancing.
320 Old Kent Road, Southwark, London SE1 5UE 020-7740 6839; www.thomasabecket.com
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