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In town for Frieze London 2016, and looking forward to having a cocktail after the fair? If so, we’ve got a special list of bars in the city to help guide you from happy hour to nightcap. To see more recommendations on lifestyle, art, and culture happenings in the city this week, download our Whitewaller app—available on iTunes.
Queen of Hoxton
With a rooftop bar open every day from noon on, Queen of Hoxton is a unique community hub. The venue hosts a variety of events, including film viewings and music gatherings, and specializes in an array of unusual drink options like alcoholic floats, slushies, and teas.
Whitewaller Recommends: “Freedom of Peach” slushie.
The Book Club
Opened in 2009, The Book Club is full of creative happenings like music events and late-night cocktail hours. Through their in-house cultural event programming, guests are welcome to the “Thinking and Drinking” program, which includes intimate lectures, workshops, debates, and classes, while enjoying a round of drinks.
Whitewaller Recommends: Full English breakfast.
Originated by Angela Hartnett and Chef Neil Borthwick, Merchants Tavern serves updated classic tavern food and delicious drinks in a modern setting. Popular at night, the venue also serves small plates at the bar, has great beer on tap, and invites guests to enjoy passing the evening by a log fire.
Whitewaller Recommends: The “Coquetier” cocktail.
The Ivy Chelsea Garden
With gorgeous interior furnishings and an all-day dining restaurant, The Ivy Chelsea Garden additionally welcomes visitors to a plush terrace and garden. Enjoy a cocktail inside or outside at The Ivy Grills & Brasseries or The Ivy Cafes.
Whitewaller Recommends: “A Year in the Garden” cocktail.
To read more about Frieze London 2016, pick up the latest copy of Whitewaller in London next week.