Revel in the kind of luxury that only the capital can provide with the champagne bars in London. If you've got the cash to flash or prefer the bargain bubbly, take a look at our list of recommended champagne bars in London.
As elegant as an art deco treasure box with about as much shine, Astons Champagne and Wine Bar is a destination bar with a lovely dockside view.
187 Marsh Wall,
Moet by the glass is £10.50 at this stylish hotel bar in South Kensington. A range of bottles are also available for special occasions, including Perrier Jouet.
The Kensington Hotel,
109-113 Queens Gate,
This bar brought to you by the son of cocktail supremo Salvatore Calabrese has one of the most impressive vintage champagne lists in the world. Add to that its Playboy Club setting and you're in for the kind of decadent night only Hugh Heffner could dream of.
Playboy Club London,
14 Old Park Lane,
Champagne is available in impressive quantities at this art deco, music-themed bar in the Corinthia Hotel.
Corinthia Hotel London,
If you're alien to the world of champagne, let the friendly staff assist you in your choice. (Barring that, the house champagne is beautiful anyway.)
Kettner's Champagne Bar offers a wide selection of champagnes by the bottle or by the glass, and features both established and smaller producers.
29 Romilly Street,
An impressive Champagne menu offers an impressive menu that includes everything from a £49.50 bottle of Pommery Brut NV, rising to an £8800 bottle of Dom Perignon 1995 Methusalem.
10 Lancashire Court, New Bond Street,
Neo is a sophisticated lounge bar located on Carthusian Street. Resident mixologist has created a variety of signature drinks including fifteen champagne cocktails, £8 each.
14-17 Carthusian Street,
Although primarily a cocktail bar, Old Bengal Bar in Bishopsgate also champions champagne, with a list of several pricey vintage bottles as well as more affordable grapes by the glass.
Old Bengal Warehouse,
16 New Street,
The Pontefract Castle is unlike most other castles in that its dungeon is reserved for its finest Champagne drinking guests. There’s a lot more to this pub than meets the eye.
71 Wigmore Street,
Refuel Bar and Restaurant in the Soho Hotel has a strong list of vintage champagnes as well as some more modern classics from the likes of Moet and Veuve Cliquot.
4 Richmond Mews,
For premium bubbly as well as Champagne cocktails, this sophisticated Searcys bar is appropriately placed in One New Change so City workers or laid-back shoppers can take the load off and indulge in a glass or two.
One New Change,
St Pancras is host to the longest champagne bar in Europe. At over 90 metres nothing compares. With an impressive range of champagnes, showcasing up to seventy bins, it is hard to resist.
St Pancras International, Grand Concourse,