Make the most of London Cocktail Week by purchasing a £10 Festival Pass to unlock special £5 cocktails at 250 venues across the city from 3-9 October. Here’s a selection of the best spots to look out for…

The London Cocktail Week Village

First thing’s first, head to Old Spitalfields Market for an entire Cocktail Village hosting 40 bespoke pop-up bars, trucks, vans and even bicycles, all serving up their specially created cocktails at just £5 each for Festival Pass holders. Expect Espresso Martinis, contemporary Cosmopolitans and classic cocktails twisted by London’s best bars.

The Cocktail Village | Old Spitalfields Market, London, E1 6EW | Mon, 5pm-9.30pm, Tues-Sat, noon-9.30pm, Sun, noon-7pm| Free entry and £5 cocktails with London Cocktail Week Festival Pass

Don’t Miss: There’s a second hub in London’s Piccadilly, World Class House – the multi-story immersive townhouse experience | 4-6 Glasshouse Street, London W1B 5DQ

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Check out South Place Hotel’s hidden gem during London Cocktail Week

Le Jardin de Chambord

Picture flamingoes, trumpets and raspberry macaroons and you have the Secret Garden’s special London Cocktail Week pop up at South Place Hotel, better known as Le Jardin de Chambord. Grab your £5 cocktail, Club Chambord with Chambord liqueur, gin, fresh lemon juice, egg white and raspberries. and extend summer in this outdoor tropical garden.

Secret Garden at South Place Hotel | EC2M 2AF | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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Get a cocktail with a view this London Cocktail Week at the OXO Tower

OXO Tower

The London Cocktail Week cocktail at this renowned Southbank bar, created by mixologist Sophie Bratt, is the Southbank Siesta, including Patrón Silver, cucumber and chilli shrub, lemon juice and apple juice.

OXO Tower | SE1 9PH | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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Try The Backyard Sour from Bacardi and the Rum Kitchen at London Cocktail Week

The Rum Kitchen meets Bacardi

Rum giants Bacardi and Rum Kitchen bring a taste of Miami to London with a beach chic pop up, styled like the popular Caribbean Rum Kitchen, serving tropical cocktails. Enjoy a South Beach Punch with Bacardi Carta Oro, lemon juice, pineapple juice, apricot and mango; a Watermelon Granita with Bacardi Carta Blanca and grilled watermelon juice; and a Sundown Mojito with Bacardi Carta Blanca, lime juice, pineapple syrup and mint soda.

Find out more about the Rum Kitchen’s new restaurant…

Rum Kitchen meets Bacardi at The Cocktail Village in Old Spitalfields Market | E1 6EW | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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Beany Green’s Sip and Snack for London Cocktail Week

Beany Green

This Aussie bar is one of the selected venues offering a ‘sip and snack’. Sip on a Timmy’s Margarita with mezcal, almond milk, fresh lime juice, agave nectar and fresh avocado, and snack on housemade Hummus and Tzatziki served with organic cold fermented charcoal sourdough.

Read more about the Beany Green experience here…

Beany Green | EC2M 2QS | £7.50 Sip and Snack with Festival Pass | Offer available Mon-Fri, 5-9pm and Sat-Sun, noon-4pm

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London Cocktail Week’s Señor Sling

Patrón Cocktail Lab

Catch a different bartender from 5pm each day during ‘guest shifts’ at the Patrón Cocktail Lab to experience seven different Patrón cocktails, as well as unique masterclasses at 6pm each day. Bartenders include one of the best in Mexico, Jose Luis Leon from Limantour, who will be serving up a Chipotle Punch and Philip Bischoff from Singapore’s Manhattan Bar who will be offering a fruity Señor Sling. Plus, enjoy signature Patrón cocktails all week.

Patrón Cocktail Lab at The Cocktail Village in Old Spitalfields Market | E1 6EW | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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Join the Cahoots train at London Cocktail Week

Cahoots + Bombay Sapphire

Step into the iconic Cahoots vintage train re-created in the London Cocktail Week Village, furnished with a Bombay Sapphire twist. Here you will have the chance to win tickets to the invite-only Bombay Glasshouse Party, exploring the artistry behind the brand and its cocktails, in Shoreditch’s ACE Hotel simply by checking-in at the Bombay Sapphire and Cahoots Bar and tagging a photo of your cocktail.

The Cocktail Village, Old Spitalfields Market, E1 6EW | Free entry and £5 cocktails with Festival Pass | The Bombay Glass House Party is at The Ace Hotel Gallery Bar, E1 6JQ | 8 October | 7pm-late | Invite only

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Sager + Wilde’s cocktail at London Cocktail Week

Sager + Wilde

We’re not sure if the special cocktail served at this east London spot, complete with terrace, is meant to lull you to sleep or offer a kick, with ingredients including chamomile syrup and avocado, as well as Patrón Silver, green apple liqueur, lemon and green TabascoEither way, it’s worth a shot!

Sager + Wilde | E2 9LE | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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London Cocktail Week pop up #LoveScotch


Think you know whisky, think again. The Drift, up the Heron Tower, is launching its #LoveScotch pop up with an exciting whisky cocktail menu, including the Seven Flowers (pictured above) with Haig Clubman whisky, champagne, elderflower and lemon. Plus, throughout London Cocktail Week, there will be two daily 30-minute #LoveScotch masterclasses at 6pm and 7pm, where you can make one of the featured scotch cocktails.

The Drift at Heron Tower | EC2N 4AY | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass + masterclasses

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Tiki cocktails at The Beachcomber for London Cocktail Week

The Beachcomber

Legendary late-night Tiki bar The Beachcomber will be celebrating London Cocktail Week by serving up the Caribbean island classic Ti Punch made with agricole rhum, lime and cane syrup. The Beachcomber’s deceptively boozy cocktails are ideal paired with pop-up chef Vanessa Bolosier’s Creole Kitchen bar bites.

Read more about Creole Kitchen at The Beachcomber here…

The BeachcomberW2 3RR | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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London Cocktail Week at The Sky Pod

The Flower Pot

Enjoy cocktails from great heights in the Sky Garden‘s The Sky Pod. Indulge in an aptly named The Flower Pot cocktail for London Cocktail Week, featuring homemade rosemary-infused Tanqueray gin, fresh kiwi, grape and basil and agave nectar.

The Sky Pod Bar | EC3M 8AF | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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Honey Sour at Brass and Crimson Pop Up

Drambuie presents The Brass and Crimson

This modern music experience celebrating of the iconic jazz age, which first made Drambuie world-famous, will bring together iconic talent with emerging jazz stars. Get free entry and a free drink on arrival with a Festival Pass, and expect a night of Drambuie cocktails and incredible performances.

The Hoxton Hall | N1 6SH | 6-7 October | 7pm-late | Tickets on sale from

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Check out The Happenstance at London Cocktail Week

The Happenstance

Rum fans head to The Happenstance for the Dos Veleros, featuring Havana Club 7yo rum, fresh lime juice, ginger and Monin vanilla syrup.

Find out more about the cocktails and autumn menu at The Happenstance here…

The Happenstance | EC4N 7AA | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass

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Duck & Waffle are collaborating with Grey Goose at London Cocktail Week

Duck & Waffle with Grey Goose

Duck & Waffle is partnering with Grey Goose to create cocktails that illustrate how drinking desires can change depending on the time of day. Cocktails created by renowned mixologist and Head of Spirit and Cocktail Development at Duck & Waffle, Rich Woods range from Breakfast Fizz, created using burnt toast to awaken taste buds and elevate senses, to the smooth and creamy White Russian Afogato soft serve ice-cream cocktail.

The Cocktail Village, Old Spitalfields Market, E1 6EW | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass


The Fentiman’s Apothecary at Wright Brothers

The Market Terrace of the Wright Brothers restaurant will be transformed into The Fentimans Apothecary. The terrace will be filled with natural botanicals such as those used to make Fentimans Botanically Brewed Beverages.

Throughout the week there will be a special cocktail menu with six cocktails including: Torino Tonic – Martini Ambrato, lemon, orange bitters and Fentimans Tonic; as well as the Bittersweet Symphony in association with Bombay Sapphire. In addition to the menu of cocktails created by Wright Brothers, Bacardi and Fentimans, food will be available at all times.

Wright Brothers Spitalfields | 8a Lamb Street, Old Spitalfields Market, London, E1 6EA | £5 cocktails with Festival Pass


Where to Buy and Collect your Festival Pass

Buy your Festival Pass online and pick it up from one of two locations:

Piccadilly Circus, The World Class House | 4-6 Glasshouse Street, London W1B 5DQ | Wristband Collection: Mon-Sat, noon-9.30pm; Sun, noon-5pm

Old Spitalfields Market, The Cocktail Village | Old Spitalfields Market, London, E1 6EW | Wristband Collection: Mon-Sat, noon-9.30pm; Sun, noon-7pm

Click here to get your £10 London Cocktail Week Festival Pass now. Find out more at

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