In these difficult times, it's good to know where you can still go out in London and have a good time. Take a look at our recommended list of cheap bars in London and enjoy this rundown of the best venues currently available. From reliable boozers to reasonable bars, our guide to cheap bars in London will help leave you with some change in your pocket.
This Samuel Smiths pub offers extremely cheap pints and food in pleasant, warm surroundings.
61 St Giles High Street,
A cool bar and restaurant in Peckham with affordable beverages across the drinks menu.
213 Blenheim Grove,
Visit during Happy Hour (Sunday-Thursday 17:00-20:00 and Friday-Saturday 18:00-20:00) or stick with the trusted Bartender’s Choice and get 2-4-1 on selected cocktails all night from Sunday-Thursday.
4 Clapham Common South Side,
The Champion offers the full Sam Smith's range, so expect excellent value with some beers slipping beneath the £2 mark.
11-12 Wells Street,
The Charterhouse is situated a short distance from superclub Fabric serving affordable beverages to the pre-club crowd.
38 Charterhouse Street,
Main meals from as little as £2.99 and drinks at prices to trouble the local off licences, it can mean only one thing - you've stumbled into a Wetherspoons. And a very nice one it is too.
1 North Road,
Pints of guest ales, including Timothy Taylor Landlord, cost around £2.50 a pint at this historically-significant ye olde pub in the City.
47 Aldgate High Street,
Plenty of deals on drinks and cocktails available at this exciting Leicester Square bar. Enjoy the £1.50 a drink deal every day/night Sunday to Thursday. Options include mixers with Bacardi, Malibu, and Archers, and Carlsberg and Strongbow.
30 Lisle Street,
Bottles of wine cost from as little as £7.49 - little more than what you’d pay for a glass in other establishments. Pints of Carlsberg only cost around £2.00, too.
155 Percival Road,
Enjoy a reasonably-priced tipple at this Muswell Hill branch of the famous O'Neills chain.
87 Muswell Hill Broadway,
Affordable beverages across the board at this friendly Irish pub in Soho.
37-38 Great Marlborough Street,
This popular alternative to the London gay scene offers cheap drinks with exceptional service on George Court.
2 George Court,
With just a £3 cover charge to catch big movies and low food and drink prices, Roxy Bar and Screen offers good value for a night out.
128-132 Borough High Street,
For a cheap meal or bargain drinks in The City, try this branch of the Slug and Lettuce.
23 St Mary Axe,
There are few places on the Southbank with drinks deals and offers like those behind the bar at Slug and Lettuce.
County Hall, North Block (1-63),
5 Chicheley Street,
Looking for a bargain drink in Westminster? Head along to this branch of Slug and Lettuce.
17-19 Artillery Row,