69 "Day Drinking" restaurants in London.
Levan is a casual all-day wine bar and restaurant in Peckham serving very good sharing plates, and some excellent wine.
Brawn in Shoreditch might be one of the city’s best neighbourhood restaurants. One that might even make you want to change neighbourhoods.
The original Chick ‘n’ Sours in Haggerston still holds a special place in our hearts, and still does what it says on the tin.
The Eagle is a popular Clerkenwell gastropub with a famous steak sandwich, and generally excellent food across the board.
You can get a shellfish tower or a posh seafood dinner at Wright Brothers Spitalfields. Or, you can get oysters for a quid a pop, 3-6pm every day.
A classic old school boozer in Fitzrovia, The Newman Arms is a great spot for pints and pies.
Princess of Shoreditch is a trendy pub with a great Sunday roast and a short but reliable beer selection.
Wright Brothers is an excellent place to hide away from the crowds in Soho, preferably with a drink and a fresh platter of oysters.
Seafood is the speciality at this Notting Hill pub. Head downstairs if you want something casual, or to the first floor for a posher meal.
Perfect for a brunch or a drink in Victoria, 11 Pimlico Road looks like a pub collided headfirst with a Pinterest board.
Bierschenke is a classic German beer hall in the City, complete with live Bavarian oompah and a selection of schnitzels.
The Connaught is a five-star hotel in Mayfair, with an afternoon tea that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
A 1940s themed bar in Soho, Cahoots is where you should be going for a seriously vintage night of fun.
Gold is a huge, three storey pub and dining room in Notting Hill that’s more seasonal small plates than pints and peanuts.
The Union Tavern is just west of Little Venice, and though it doesn’t have the best pub food, it does have one London’s best canal-side terraces.