West London is the place to be when it comes to finding quirky bars in London. Whether it’s date night or a big night out with your crew, there’s a place for you. Here’s our list of the 10 most unique bars in West London:
264 High St, Acton, London W3 9BH
A pub like no other, The Auronaut’s interiors pay homage to the wonder of flight combined with cabaret and the circus. Sound a bit weird? That’s because it is. On any given visit to the Aeronaut you can see singing staff, acrobatic performers, balancing acts and other circus pieces as you sip on their homebrewed craft beer.
The bar regularly runs ticketed events such as circus nights, quizzes, performance brunches and sing along socials. You can be sure that there’s a treat in store for whenever you visit!
The Breakfast Club Battersea Rise
5-9 Battersea Rise, London SW11 1HG
Traditionally known for serving some of the best brunch in town, The Breakfast Club now also has Boozy Bingo events and a ‘secret’ speakeasy bar called The King of Ladies Men that only staff can bring you to. Pop by for some all-day breakfast in their 50’s decorated restaurant ‘til 9.00pm and then finish the night off with a cocktail in the bar that stays open until 1.00am.
Puttshack White City
Westfield, Ariel Way, White City, London W12 7HB
The Puttshack at White City has given crazy golf a major upgrade with their innovative virtual reality technology. Players can putt and enjoy digital scoring, live leader boards and intuitive gameplay across the three holes: Shuffle Up, Beer Pong and the Prize Hole. This combined with food, drinks and great music has made Puttshack the winning location for a great and different night out.
Eclipse South Kensington
Westfield, Ariel Way, White City, London W12 7HB
Just moments away from Puttshack you’ll find Eclipse South Kensington a swanky cocktail bar serving bespoke cocktails and snacks with a variety of well-known DJs and live entertainment performances. There’s also a full-sized adult ball pit, what’s not to love? Head to Eclipse for after work drinks and order something fancy from their cocktail menu and then dive headfirst into the ball pit for some proper team bonding.
Eclipse is currently closed to the current situation, check out their website for up to date infomration.
Loading Gaming Bar Shepherds Bush
174 Goldhawk Rd, Shepherd’s Bush, London W12 8HJ
Loading Bar caters for anyone who likes to drink, chill out, and play video and arcade games. The bar is stocked with an Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, SNES Mini, over 60 board games and a range of arcade games and pinball machines. They also have gaming inspired cocktails like ‘Assassins Mead’ and ‘Sweet Fighter 5’. All their games are free to play – you just have to buy the drinks. Sounds like a deal to us.
Loading Gaming Bar is currently closed, please see their website for more information.
459 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 0LJ
This immersive World War 2 themed bar will take you back to 1940’s London where you, as an agent, must use WW2 Enigma machines and Sherlock Holmes’ deduction principals to break the code and help the bar’s mixologists to create a personalised cocktail for you. Booking in advance is advised for The Bletchley to take park in the full mission. For £36 you’ll get a welcome drink plus two cocktails and 1 hour 45 minutes inside their cryptic basement bar.
Amuse Bouche Champagne Bar
51 Parsons Green Ln, Fulham, London SW6 4JA
Set in Parson’s Green, Amuse Bouche predominantly serves champagne and specially crafted cocktails. The bar is known for its competitively priced and broad range of champagnes and delicious selection of canapés from the bar menu. Amuse Bouche is the perfect place for a catch up with friends or to celebrate an occasion. There’s live music every weekend from some of London’s budding musicians and dancing is strongly encouraged.
The Chelsea Pig
35 Old Church St, Chelsea, London SW3 5BS
If you’re a fan of craft beer a visit to The Chelsea Pig is a must. This restaurant / bar is traditionally decorated to match its 17th century history and they even serve traditional cask brewed ales from the local brewery, as well as their own ‘Pig’s ear’ pale ale created by the London Beer Factory. They also stock a range of craft, Czech, Belgian and German lagers and ciders.
515 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 1HD
Kona Kai’s Polynesian inspired decor and drinks will transport you to the heavenly beaches of the South Pacific – just two minutes away from Fulham Broadway Tube Station. The bar is the perfect escape for achieving that holiday party feeling we all crave so much with an up-beat music, an island-inspired cocktail list and a warm, laid-back atmosphere.
The Globe Bar
Clayton Hotel Chiswick, 626 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, London W4 5RY
The Globe Bar in Chiswick offers a wide range of drinks including craft beers, spirits, wines and signature cocktails from their global collection. Bar food is available and on sunny days you can head to their terrace to soak up those rays.