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Each week, we search the city to find the best bars our funding needs to use. Whether you're an alcoholic drink kind of man or a male who enjoys a suitable draft beer, there's a GQ-worthy alcohol consumption spot to fit every preference. Some individuals may assume that the British alcohol consumption society quits at the barn door. Yet, after strenuous and needed weekly testing, we're right here to show that it doesn't. Here's our choice of the very best bars in London, don't criticize us for the migraine tomorrow.

5. Kwãnt

When we heard the information that Maps out owner Mourad Mazouz-- the man behind the most renowned interiors in London-- was opening a new bar under his stalwart Moroccan dining establishment Momo, we understood it was going to be excellent. The good news is, Kwãnt more than meets the buzz, with an ultra-luxe speakeasy ambience that makes it seem like an immoral Aladdin's cave and also great alcoholic drinks to boot (make yours the flawlessly made Negroni). This is an address to thrill: for the big-spenders, there's a roster of classic beverages, varying from a Dry Martini made from Eighties vermouth at ₤ 145 to the special Sazerac at ₤ 475.

Location: 25 Heddon St, London W1B 4BH, United Kingdom

4. Murder Inc

Expect murderously good cocktails at thoroughly decent costs (particularly for Soho) at the underground, gangster-themed bar on Hanway Area. It's not hard to see why this relatively new kid on the block is constantly so rammed: past the brilliantly atmospheric, conspiratorially cosy room. There's a happy hour-- recognized below as "Freeloaders"-- running till 7 pm, which sees Margaritas, Negronis and even more all priced under ₤ 7 and a mixed drink checklist running at an average of ₤ 9 after that.

Location: 36 Hanway St, London W1T 1UP, United Kingdom

3. The Berkeley Bar & Terrace

Show-stopping five-star resort The Berkeley is currently residence to not one. Yet, two of London's many spectacular alcohol consumption quits, with the arrival of the all-new bar as well as a balcony at the back of the residential property joining its stalwart Blue Bar. Residence to the well known "snug", which features a unique, ultra-chic mural by New York-based artist TM Davy, The Berkeley Bar & Balcony is a victory stylishly as well as compound. With a menu that celebrates vintage glass of wines and spirits (pay very close attention to the Champagne) and an alfresco location assured to make any cigar cigarette smoker swoon, this is a bar well-deserving of the top port on your special occasion want list.

Location: The Berkeley, Wilton Pl, London SW1X 7RL, United Kingdom

2. The Laughing Heart

Tucked down a humble Hoxton street between a baggage store and blind suppliers, this might be the best a glass of wine bar and also diner in East London. Former Fantastic British Menu star Tom Anglesea is in the cooking area, while at the bar, wine is the focus, with a food selection 15 (A4!) web pages long. Anticipate unusual all-natural white wines from Greece and California, with your home White, a biodynamic Pierre Frick Pinot Gris from Alsace, confirming an actual highlight.

Location: 277 Hackney Rd, London E2 8NA, United Kingdom

1. Hide Below.

In the base of Michelin-starred megalith Hide is a bar that's remarkably calm for such an acclaimed restaurant. Coming down oaken steps that feel like you're in the Fellowship Of The Ring, the downstairs contains amber lights, dark wood and captivating waitstaff. If you're seeking someplace silent, pleasurable and aesthetically pleasing, Hide Below is the absolute dream.

Website: 85 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7NB, United Kingdom