Have you ever wondered which the best bars in the world’s top two cities – London and New York?
The truth is that there is not just one place to grab a drink far better them than all. But these five bars embody all the qualities you might look for; quirky, stylish, fun, and sexy bar patrons!
Over the years, bars have been opened on major streets of major cities and towns across the globe. However, the clientele always flocks to the best bars. That is why you find yourself drinking in the same few places every weekend…and sometimes on a weekday. Opening the best var is a competition and is the reason why bar owners endeavor to have the best bars. The effect is the establishment of joints regarded as places one should visit in his or her life. I intend to provide a list of 5 of the best among these dream “destinations”.
# Five: American Bar in London
“The former Head Barman of the American Bar, Charles Guano, worked here for 42 years. Today, his legacy still remains. Now overseen by his protégé, Benoit Provost, the American Bar endures as one of London’s most notable cocktail establishments.” – The Stafford London
Address: Strand WC2R 0EU, London, England
# Four: Employees Only Bar in New York
This Employees only bar in New York bar started in 2004, and describes itself as a restaurant with a bar. However, it features cocktails from every era, which are on offer on the menu. The idea is to have a good joint where you can eat and have a few cocktails as well.
Address: 510 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014
# Three: Nightjar Bar in London
The Nightjar Bar located at 129 City Road London is a great bar that has grown immensely since its opening in 2010. The bar has a great interior featuring a low-lit room comprised of smooth table service, a comfortable setting. The cocktail list groups the drinks into historical eras. It is open from 6 am to 1 am on weekdays and 3 am on weekends. The special thing about this place is the discreet jazz provided by the sound system and later on the live performances.
Address: 129 City Rd, London EC1V 1JB
# Two: The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog
The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog are our runner up. The bar is an embodiment of the Irish-American tradition conviviality with the Old New York. The ground floor plan of the bar is a taproom designed to present an informal setting where craft beer, whiskeys from around the world and bottled punch are available. There is also a restaurant offering lunch every day. The upstairs is a sumptuous parlor focusing on 72 historical cocktails, communal punch and small plates. Whenever you are in the mood for a cocktail in New York, this is the place to go.
Address: 30 Water St, New York, NY 10004
# One: The Artesian
The world’s best bar for two years in a row is the Artesian. Located in Langham hotel in London, the bar is an easy walk from Mayfair and Soho. The interior of the bar by the late David Collins has a stylish feel with a smart and loose oriental style that produces a compact effect without cramping the scene. It has two menus; one consists of the classic list of cocktails while the other is a lively list sorted by colors in wheel that rotates. The bars position is not only due to the interior, but also from the mode of service that is full of drama. I mean they even serve drinks in a made-up skull complete with a sombrero.
Address: The Langham, London, 1C Portland Pl