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Dukes Bar at Dukes Hotel, London, U.K.
  • Dukes Bar at Dukes Hotel, London, U.K.
  • Oriental Bar at Metropole Hotel, Riva Degli Schiavoni 4149, 30122 Venice, Italy.
  • King Cole Bar, St. Regis hotel, 2 E 55th St, New York City, NY 10022, U.S.A.
  • dragon-i, Central, Hong Kong.
  • Le Bar at Plaza Athénée, 25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France.
  • Le Bar Américain at Hôtel de Paris, Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • Afternoon tea at Claridge's, Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1K 4HR, England, U.K. Price: £63 per person including a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne.
  • Café de Paris, Via Vittorio Veneto 90, 00187 Roma, Italy.
  • Antico Caffè Greco, Via dei Condotti 86, 00187 Roma, Italy.
  • The Old Bank of England, 194 Fleet Street, Temple, London EC4A 2LT, England, U.K.
  • The Grand Café, 84 The High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG, England, U.K. Since 1650. The first coffee house in England.
  • Vertigo Grill & Moon Barat Banyan Tree Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Balthazar Champagne Bar, Ny Østergade 6 (Hotel d'Angleterre), 1101 Copenhagen K, Denmark.
  • Library Bar at The Lanesborough, London, U.K.
  • Bar des Célébrités | Carlton Bar at Carlton Cannes, 58 La Croisette, 06414 Cannes, France.
  • Les Deux Magots, 6, place Saint-Germain-des-Prés / place Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés area of Paris, France.
  • Jimmy's, Aspen, Colorado, U.S.A.
  • Harry's Bar Firenze, Lungarno Amerigo Vespucci, 22, 50123 Florence, Italy.
  • Skybar '20up' located on the 20th floor of Empire Riverside Hotel, Bernhard-Nocht-Straße 97, 20359 Hamburg, Germany.
  • El Florita, Obispo No. 557 esq. a Monserrate, Habana Vieja, Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. 'La Cuna del Daiquirí'. The establishment is famous for its daiquiris and for having been one of the favourite hangouts of Ernest Hemingway.
  • Afternoon Tea at the Ritz, The Ritz London, 150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR, England, U.K.

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    "The problem with the world is that everyone is a few drinks behind." - Humphrey Bogart.

    "A woman drove me to drink and I didn't even have the decency to thank her." - W. C. Fields.

    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." - Ernest Hemingway.

    "You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on." - Dean Martin.

    A BAR (also called a pub, tavern, saloon, or taproom) is an establishment that serves drinks, especially alcoholic beverages such as beer, liquor, and cocktails, for consumption on the premises.

    Bars provide stools or chairs for their patrons along tables or raised counters. Some bars have entertainment on a stage, such as a live band, comedians, go-go dancers, a floor show or strippers (see strip club). Bars that are part of hotels are sometimes called long bars or hotel lounges.

    There have been many names throughout history for establishments where people gather to drink alcoholic beverages. Even when an establishment uses a different mane such as a tavern, the area of the establishment where the bartender serves the alcoholic beverage is normally called "the bar".

    There are many types of bars, which can be categorized according to the types of entertainment provided at the bar and by their clientèle.

    A COCKTAIL LOUNGE is an upscale bar that is typically located within a hotel, restaurant, or airport.

    WINE BARS put a new spin on wine tasting. They seek to remove the association of wine with upscale clientèle and overwhelming wine lists and replace it with a more casual and relaxing atmosphere. Many of these bars are furnished with nooks and booths encased in rich colors and plush surroundings in hopes their guests will linger. Wine bars look to embrace the intellectual stimulation linked to wine and offer an alternative to the bar scene. The laid-back environment lends itself to a good socializing setting with a less crowded feel and more intimate appeal.

    A CAFÉ is an informal restaurant offering a range of hot meals and made-to-order sandwiches. Depending on the jurisdiction, a café may be licensed to serve alcohol. The term can also refer to bistro or a restaurant facility within a hotel.

    A Public House, informally known as a PUB, is a drinking establishment which is part of British, Irish, Australian, and New Zealand culture. There are approximately 53,500 public houses in the United Kingdom. This number has been declining every year, so that nearly half of the smaller villages no longer have a local pub. In many places, especially in villages, a pub can be the focal point of the community.

    A TAVERN is a place of business where people gather to drink alcoholic beverages and be served food, and in some cases, where travelers receive lodging.

    A tea house or TEA ROOM is a venue centered on drinking tea. Its function varies widely depending on the culture, and some cultures have a variety of distinct tea-centered houses or parlors that all qualify under the English language term "tea house" or "tea room."

    • 6 Ways to Drink Like a Local on Vacation - The New York Times.
    • After more than 1,000 years, this English pub is closing its doors - "Ye Olde Fighting Cocks in St. Albans, just north of London, has been in business since 793 AD, according to its website."
    • APRÈS-SKI - Wikipedia.
    • BAR - Wikipedia.
    • Bars in Paris before & after Covid curfew - in pictures - "On Saturday, Paris went under a night-time curfew that will last at least a month. France has reported another record for new coronavirus cases, with more than 32,000 registered in 24 hours."
    • Beach bar has incredible moving roof - "The Greek beach bar with an incredible moving roof."
    • Britain's most remote mainland pub - "The only ways to get to the Old Forge Pub are by sea ferry or by a two-day, 18-mile hike across the Scottish Highlands - a trip that gives new meaning to the term -pub crawl."
    • CAFÉ - Wikipedia.
    • Caffe Florian: I had lunch at the oldest cafÉ in Venice - "It dates back to the 1700s, has become a tourist hot spot - and wasn't worth the high bill. Caffe Florian claims to be the oldest café in Italy and the second-oldest in Europe. Once popular with some of history's most famous names, it's now a tourist hot spot."
    • Difford's Guide - since 1997. "For Discerning Drinkers." Aims to inform and inspire discerning drinkers with engaging and impartial information on cocktails, beers, spirits & liqueurs, as well as the best bars around the world to enjoy them.
    • Drinking culture - Wikipedia.
    • English coffeehouses in the seventeenth & eighteenth centuries - Wikipedia.
    • Europe's 14 best historic cafÉs - The Telegraph.
    • FIND ALL BARS - "World Bar Guide. Guide to the best bars in the World." Reviews from more than 1400 bars around the world.
    • HAPPY HOUR - definition & explanation.
    • How to Get & Keep a Bartender’s Attention - The New York Times.
    • neknomination - definition & explanation.
    • Nineteenth hole - slang term used in golf, generally referring to a pub, bar, or restaurant on or near the golf course, very often the clubhouse itself.
    • PUBLIC HOUSE - Wikipedia.
    • Skimpy - definition & explanation.
    • Social drinking - definition & explanation.
    • TAVERN - Wikipedia.
    • TEA ROOM - Wikipedia.
    • The 50 greatest bars on earth - Sunday Times.
    • THE WORLD'S FINEST CLUBS - since 2003. "Discover the world's best dance clubs, supper clubs, beach clubs and parties. Access The World's Finest Clubs like a VIP with the benefits of our Member Card."
    • World’s 44 Best Hotel Bars - "Being named one of Forbes Travel Guide’s Best Hotel Bars wasn’t just a matter of serving top-notch drinks or having a certain atmosphere. The best-of list comes from comprehensive data gathered by the company’s inspectors, who stay at nearly 1,100 hotels anonymously and evaluate them based on up to 900 standards for the guide’s annual Star Ratings, which were unveiled in February."
    • world's 50 best bars 2019 - "Discover the 2019 list."
    • world's best bar for 2019 revealed - CNN travel.
    • WORLD'S BEST BARS - since 2009. "Bars, Cocktail Lounges and Cool Pubs around the World." Reviews of over 2,000 of the world's most prestigious places to drink and be seen in.
    • 'world's most beautiful cafe' - "The extraordinary elegance of Budapest's New York Cafe."
    • Austria
      Bad Gastein Graz Innsbruck
      Ischgl KitzbÜhel St. Anton am Arlberg
      Salzburg Sölden Vienna
        Bad Gastein
      • SILVER BULLET - après-ski bar. "Our bar’s motto: "Wild’n’Best".
      • SCHATZI BAR - après-ski bar at Hotel Elizabeth, Tyrol.
        St. Anton am Arlberg
      • MooserWirt.
      • krazy kanguruh - après-ski bar.
      • MooserWirt - "Probably the worst ski lodge on the Arlberg." Après-ski bar.
      • Cafè Central.
      • CAFÉ CENTRAL - since 1876. Quickly became a key meeting place of the Viennese intellectual scene. Today, it is both a tourist spot and a popular café marked by its place in literary history.
      • Café Griensteidl, Michaelerplatz 2.
      • CafÉ Griensteidl - Michaelerplatz 2.
      • Café Hawelka, Dorotheergasse 6.
      • CafÉ Hawelka - Dorotheergasse 6.
      • Original Wiener Schnitzel at Café Imperial, Hotel Imperial, Kärntner Ring 16, 1010 Vienna, Austria.
      • CafÉ Imperial - at Hotel Imperial, Kärntner Ring 16, 1010 Vienna, Austria. "A Tribute to Viennese Coffeehouse Tradition." For the Viennese, a coffeehouse is like a second home outside of one’s own home. After a lavish buffet breakfast between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., guests can enjoy delicious Viennese specialties and tidbits together with popular coffee variations such as Wiener Melange (coffee & milk blend), Pharisäer (the Austrian-style Irish Coffee) or Maria Theresia (black coffee with orange liqueur and whipped cream) as well as the home-made Imperial Torte until 11:00 p.m.
      • Café Landtmann, Universitätsring 4.
      • CafÉ Landtmann - since 1873. Universitätsring 4.
      • Café Sacher.
      • CAFÉ SACHER - founded in 1876. At Hotel Sacher. Famous for the speciality of the house, the Sachertorte chocolate cake.
      • Café Schwarzenberg, Kärntner Ring 17.
      • CafÉ Schwarzenberg - since 1861. Kärntner Ring 17. "Coffee houses are places of relaxation, of reflection and of idleness, they are a living tradition entirely devoted to indulgence and Viennese hospitality. At Café Schwarzenberg, Vienna's foremost café at Ringstraße, these values and traditions are still preserved. Here you can relax and have a chat while enjoying traditional coffee specialties, fine pastries and delightful Viennese delicacies."
      • Demel.
      • DEMEL - founded in 1786. "Imperial and Royal Court Confectionary Bakery Ch. Demel’s Sons." The building is near the Hofburg Palace, and the interior was designed by Portois and Fix in a baroque style.
      • Kleines Café at Franziskanerplatz.
      • Kleines CafÉ - Franziskanerplatz 3.
      • PUB KLEMO - wine bar.
      • SKY BAR - located on top floor 7 of Vienna’s lifestyle department store, Steffl.
      Copenhagen Skagen (Jutland)
      • 1105 - Kristen Bernikows Gade 4. Fashionable cocktail / lounge bar.
      • Andy's Bar - Gothersgade 33 B. "Stepping into Andy's Bar, you'll feel the pub atmosphere with the relaxing surroundings and the tones of the jukebox. Andy's Bar is open until 06:00 so the pub is ideal for a goodnight beer until the small hours."
      • Balthazar Champagne Bar, Ny Østergade 6 (Hotel d'Angleterre), 1101 Copenhagen K.
      • Balthazar Champagne Bar - "Denmark's First Champagne Bar." At Hotel d'Angleterre, Ny Østergade 6. The contemporary brasserie-style restaurant features a walk-in wine room, open display kitchen and cocktail bar, all designed to create a dynamic and high-energy environment for both residents and Copenhageners alike and offers a selection of more than 200 champagnes, tapas-style cuisine, caviar service and live DJ’s on weekends.
      • BANKERÅT - Ahlefeldtsgade 27-29. "This genuine Copenhagen hangout resounds with humour and good spirits." Bankeråt boasts an extensive breakfast and brunch menu.
      • BAR ROUGE - at First Hotel Skt. Petri. Krystalgade 22.
      • Beau MarchÉ - excellent winebar. Ny Østergade 32, 1101 Copenhagen K.
      • BERLIN Bar - Gammel Kongevej 147. Nice beer bar, with great German beers both draft and in bottles. The bottle selection is very good.
      • BO-BI BAR - since 1917. Klareboderne 14. This Copenhagen establishment has served thirsty customers drinks within a smoky red baroque-style wallpapered interior.
      • CAFÉ Bernina - (1881-1953). Vimmelskaftet 47/Badstuestræde 2.
      • Café Dan Turèll, Store Regnegade 3, 1110 Copenhagen K.
      • CAFÉ Dan TurÈll - since 1977. "Iconic café & bar in Copenhagen City." Store Regnegade 3.
      • CAFÉ GLYPTOTEKET - in The Winter Garden in the center of the museum Glyptoteket.
      • Café Victor, Ny Østergade 8, 1101 Copenhagen K.
      • CAFÉ VICTOR - founded 1981. Ny Østergade 8. Danish version of a bustling French bistro, and Copenhagen's leading trendy café-restaurant.
      • CAFÉ ZEZE - "In particularly high standing with yummy mummies and attractive-looking young professionals, Café Zeze is one of the city’s perennial meeting points that’s always good for a spot of people watching."
      • CHARLIE'S BAR - "Tiny treasure box of a beer bar. Not too much space in here, but that adds to the charming, cozy feel of the place. Fabulous selection of brews."
      • Dandy, Dronningens Tværgade 9, 1302 Copenhagen K.
      • Dandy - "Adored by locals for it’s colourful and lush surroundings, that bring back flashes to the a 60’s art deco champagne lounge in Hollywood, from afterwork and pre dinner cocktails to late nights on the dancefloor. Dandy a hidden gem in the heart of CPH." Dronningens Tværgade 9.
      • Europa 1989, Amagertorv 1, 1160 Copenhagen K.
      • EUROPA 1989 - Amagertorv 1 (On Strøget, Copenhagen's pedestrian zone). Brings a wonderful mix of European café house traditions all under one roof: French cafes, Viennese cake houses, Italian coffee menus, the Spanish tapas and the Greek yoghurts.
      • Floss - Larsbjørnsstræde 10. "A unique bar in the Copenhagen nightlife. Simply a pearl which has been there for ages! Floss offers free internet! Happy Hour on weekends from 22-23."
      • FRENCHY - serves Copenhagen's only French brunch.
      • Fugu | Freddy’s Unique Garden Union, Gammel Strand 42, 1202 Copenhagen K.
      • FUGU | FREDDY'S UNIQUE GARDEN UNION - cocktailbar. Located in beautiful surroundings at Gammel Strand in the middle of the city, along with many of Copenhagen's other hip bars.
      • Holmens Kanal Cocktailbar - "Outstanding service & Outstanding cocktails."
      • HVIIDS VINSTUE - since 1723. The oldest bar in Copenhagen in central Copenhagen at Kongens Nytorv.
      • JOLENE BAR
      • K-BAR - fashionable cocktail bar.
      • Kontrast by Dennis Knudsen - Regnbuepladsen 3. Night lounge.
      • LEOPOLD'S - Bernstorffsgade 4.
      • LIBRARY BAR - at Copenhagen Plaza Hotel, Bernstorffsgade 4.
      • Lusso - Hovedvagtsgade 8.
      • MIKKELLER BAR - 20 taps from Mikkeller and the best breweries in the world, specialized bottle selection, selected sodas and spirits, good cheese and other snacks.
      • MØLLER KAFFE & KØKKEN - Nørrebrogade 160. "Coffee Shop, Breakfast & Brunch Restaurant."
      • Moltke’s Palace, Dronningens Tværgade 2, 1302 Copenhagen K.
      • MOLTKES BAR - Speakeasy and Vintage Cocktails. A nostalgic step back in time for connoisseurs and cocktail lovers alike. At Moltke’s Palace, Dronningens Tværgade 2.
      • NIMB BAR - signature drink: The Sloe Gin Fizz. Chosen as #4 by World's Best Bars' readers 2013.
      • PALÆ BAR - cosy, old-school drinking den is popular with an older crowd of artists, journalists, sports stars, writers, politicians and other artistic souls. Ny Adelgade 5.
      • Prolog Coffee Bar - "Specialty Coffee in Copenhagen." Høkerboderne 16.
      • R VINBAR - a real winebar. A bar with only Wine, water, espresso and avec. No beers or cocktails.
      • Ruby Cocktail Bar, Nybrogade 10, 1203 Copenhagen K.
      • RUBY Cocktail Bar - Nybrogade 10. Cocktail bar offering sublime cocktails in a beautiful old luxurious apartment.
      • SALON 39 - Vodroffsvej 39, 1900 Frederiksberg.
      • The Jane, Gråbrødretorv 8, 1154 Copenhagen K.
      • The Jane, Gråbrødretorv 8, 1154 Copenhagen K.
      • THE JANE - Gråbrødretorv 8. Voted "Best new bar in Copenhagen 2011." Accepts payment in Bitcoins.
      • THE OFFICE - "It is The Office, no explanation needed." Fashionable New York-inspired cocktail bar.
      • THE UNION - members only.
      • TOGA WINEBAR - Store Kirkestræde 3. One of Copenhagen's oldest pubs. Nicknamed "The Political Foundry." Serves traditional Danish lunch between 12-4 p.m.
      • TS BAR - Studiestræde 14. Members only. Bono's hangout when in Copenhagen.
      • UBAR - groundfloor of trendy Restaurant Umami: cocktailbar and lounge.
      • ZOO BAR - Sværtegade 6. Bar - restaurant - nightclub.
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        London's Top Bars, Cafés & Lounges
      • 18 best beer gardens in London - The Telegraph.
      • 24 amazing rooftop bars in London you must visit this summer - The Telegraph.
      • 24 of London's most incredible historic pubs - The Telegraph.
      • 30 top garden restaurants & cafes - The Telegraph.
      • 100 facts guaranteed to make you the most interesting person in the pub - The Telegraph.
      • London cocktail bar named best in the world - The Telegraph.
      • London's best historical pubs: the ultimate tour - The Telegraph.
      • Revealed: the best bars in the UK - The Telegraph.
      • This Is Officially the Best Bar in the World 2021 - Of all the watering holes in all the cities and towns, there is one that can officially call itself the best bar in the world: The Connaught.
      • Why you haven't seen London until you've done this pub crawl - The Telegraph.
      • Dukes Bar at Dukes Hotel.
      • ADLIB
      • ADMIRAL CODRINGTON - Chelsea. Known as "The Cod".
      • American Bar, The Savoy Hotel, 100 Strand, London WC2R 0EZ.
      • American Bar - at The Savoy Hotel, 100 Strand.
      • AMIKA
      • ANAM BAR
      • ATTIC
      • BAR 45 - 45 Park Lane, Mayfair.
      • BAR BOULUD
      • Baroque Mayfair at Playboy Club London.
      • BAROQUE - at Playboy Club London, 14 Old Park Lane, Mayfair. Claims to have the most extensive vintage Champagne list in Europe!
      • BEAUFORT BAR - at The Savoy Hotel.
      • BUDDHA BAR
      • Caviar House Oyster Bar - at Harrods, London, U.K. "In association with Caviar House and Prunier, the Oyster Bar affords the opportunity to sample such legendary offerings as Fines de Claires, Montpelier, Portland Royals, Loch Ryans and Falmouth Oysters, with an expert complement of wines and Champagnes."
      • Champagne Room at The Connaught, Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1K 2AL.
      • Champagne Room - at The Connaught hotel. "A hidden gem, at the heart of the hotel, the Champagne Room is a beautiful yet intimate place, perfect for drinks for two or a party of 25. Choose from a selection of eight prestige champagnes, fine wines and rare spirits."
      • CITTIE OF YORKE - 22 High Holborn, Holborn, Camden. Although the current building was rebuilt in the 1920s, The site on which it stands has hosted a pub since 1430.
      • CLARIDGE'S BAR - a celebrity playground in Art Deco splendour.
      • Connaught Bar, The Connaught, Carlos Place, London W1K 2AL, U.K.
      • Connaught Bar - at the The Connaught hotel, Carlos Place, London W1K 2AL, U.K. "The Connaught Bar has been named ‘The Best Bar in Europe’ in The World’s 50 Best Bars 2020. Judged by more than 500 industry experts, the awards celebrate the finest drinking destinations across the globe." It’s hard to think of a bar anywhere in the world that has made excellence so effortlessly routine as Connaught Bar. This Mayfair hotel bar’s trick is it isn’t trend-chasing and flash; under the stewardship of Ago Perrone, Giorgio Bargiani and Maura Milia, it evolves from one year to the next, always delivering with poise and studied purpose. The gleaming cubist interior frames the bar like a piece of fine art, the service is pitched perfectly - warm and judiciously attentive - and whatever your penchant, the cocktails, like the staff, are impeccably tailored.
      • Dandelyan at Mondrian Hotel, 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD, U.K.
      • Dandelyan - at Mondrian Hotel, 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD, U.K. "A journey of discovery where new tastes and unexpected combinations can be experienced." Named best cocktail bar in the world 2017.
      • Dstrkt London - "For the most discerning clientele Dstrkt London created the world’s first V.I.P. lounge with a precious stone bar and a bespoke seating arrangement that caters to even the most exquisite of tastes."
      • Duke of Hamilton - 23-25 New End, Hampstead. One of the oldest pubs in London dating back some 300 years ago, its been a pub with much history, appearing in the best beer guide for over 20 years. The locals are friendly and really enjoy what truly is one of the last proper boozers still standing in Hampstead village, it really is a must see and you may even see. The duke was the local pub where the late Oliver Reed was seen every day.
      • DUKES BAR - at the Dukes Hotel.
      • EL CAMION
      • El Vino Wine Bar, 47 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1BJ, England, U.K.
      • El Vino Wine Bar - since 1879. A favorite watering hole of James Bond author Ian Fleming, just around the corner in Fleet Street from his office at 4 Mitre Court.
      • EMBASSY
      • Fitzroy Tavern, 16 Charlotte St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2LY, England, U.K.
      • Fitzroy Tavern - 16 Charlotte St, Fitzrovia. It is currently owned by the Samuel Smith Brewery. It became famous during a period spanning the 1920s to the mid-1950s as a meeting place for many of London's artists, intellectuals and bohemians such as Jacob Epstein, Nina Hamnett, Dylan Thomas, Augustus John, and George Orwell.
      • Funky Buddha - since 2001. 15 Berkeley Street, Mayfair.
      • GŎNG Bar at Shangri-La Hotel At The Shard, 32 London Bridge Street, Southwark.
      • GŎNG Bar - at Shangri-La Hotel At The Shard. The highest bar in London on level 52, for sunset cocktails and late-night drinks in chic surrounds, with spectacular views of London’s skyline.
      • HARD ROCK CAFE - "Standing on Old Park Lane since June 14th 1971, this is the one that started it all."
      • The Holly Bush, 22 Hollymount, Hampstead, London NW3 6SG, England, U.K.
      • Holly Bush - 22 Hollymount, Hampstead. Built in the 1790s by portrait painter George Romney.
      • Jamaica Wine House, St Michael's Alley, Cornhill, London EC3V 9DS, England, U.K.
      • Jamaica Wine House - was the first coffee house in London and was visited by the English diarist Samuel Pepys in 1660. It is now a pub and is set within a labyrinth of medieval courts and alleys in the City of London.
      • Kaffeine - 66 Great Titchfield St, London W1W 7QJ. Inspired by the amazing coffee culture in Australia and New Zealand, Kaffeine is an independently owned cafe and espresso bar in Fitzrovia.
      • LAMB AND FLAG - 33 Rose Street, Covent Garden, Westminster. Public house for a good 375 years. Charles Dickens is said to have frequented this pub in the 19th century and it was considered one of his absolute favorite places to be.
      • Library Bar at The Lanesborough, Hyde Park Corner, London SW1X 7TA, England, U.K.
      • LIBRARY BAR - at The Lanesborough, Hyde Park Corner.
      • Lisboa Patisserie - 57 Golborne Rd. Particularly known for its pastel de nata cakes.
      • Lyaness Bar, Sea Containers London, 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD, U.K.
      • Lyaness Bar - Sea Containers London, 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD, U.K. "Lyaness is one of the latest endeavours from the award-winning Mr Lyan and team, and voted as one of the top 50 World’s Best Bars." Created by multi award-winning Ryan Chetiyawardana AKA Mr Lyan (“The World’s Most Awarded Bartender” The Telegraph; International Bartender of the Year 2015, Most Influential Britons 2017, Personality of the Decade 2017) and the team behind iconic venues White Lyan, Super Lyan, Cub, Dandelyan and more. Team Lyan has always had a curiosity to find new ingredients, and an ability to make these unusual, alien and outright weird forms more delicious. In an embrace of the alternative, these key ingredients are at the heart of Lyaness.
      • Madison, Rooftop Terrace, 1 New Exchange, St Paul's, London EC4M 9AF, England, U.K.
      • Madison - "Drinking, Dining & Dancing In The Heart Of The City." Rooftop Terrace, 1 New Exchange, St Paul's.
      • MATCH BAR
      • MATCH EC1
      • MILK & HONEY
      • The Mitre Tavern Plaque (1610-1829), 37 Fleet Street, London EC4, England, U.K.
      • Mitre Tavern - (1610-1829). Dr. Johnson's favourite supper-house and where he drank his port and met with his friends, including Goldsmith, Percy, Hawkesworth, and Boswell.
      • Monmouth, 27 Monmouth Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9EU, England, U.K.
      • Monmouth - 27 Monmouth Street, Covent Garden. "We make single cone filter coffee and espresso based drinks. Our organic Jersey whole milk is from Jeff Bowles in Somerset and our organic whole cane sugar from Assukkar, Costa Rica. We have pastries from Little Bread Pedlar, fresh cream truffles from Sally Clarke and, in the colder months, single-origin chocolate from Marou and Tobago Estate."
      • MONTGOMERY PLACE - Britain's best bartender serves here!
      • NOVIKOV - 50A Berkeley Square, Mayfair. "The Lounge Bar is a must-visit destination, with an extensive cocktail menu, live music & performances by some of the world’s top DJs."
      • NOZOMI - winners: best restaurant bar London Club & Bar Awards 2006 & 2011.
      • Old Doctor Butler's Head - 2 Mason's Avenue (off Coleman Street), Moorgate - a short walk from the Guildhall, the Bank of England and the Stock Exchange. Established in 1610 but had to be rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1666.
      • PJ CHAMPAGNES LOUNGE - Dukes Hotel.
      • The Princess Victoria, 217 Uxbridge Rd, White City, London W12 9DH, U.K.
      • Princess Victoria - 217 Uxbridge Rd, White City, London W12 9DH, U.K. "One of the original gin palaces built in 1829, the elegant Princess Victoria has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment to become a truly beautiful public house."
      • RULES - established in 1798.
      • Searcys Champagne Bar - located on the 1st floor of One New Change Shopping centre.
      • SKETCH
      • Sky Pod Bar, Sky Garden, 20 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 3BY, England, U.K.
      • Sky Pod Bar - "Sky Pod brings the best of all seasons inside - at 150 metres high." Come spring and summer, discerning drinkers can soak up sunshine style and tropical gardens in the heart of the City, think stylish deck chairs, ice cream pop-ups, refreshing aperitifs and light bites at the bar.
      • SOSHO
      • Spitalfields Bar - at The Hawksmoor, 157 Commercial Street.
      • TEN BELLS - 84 Commercial Street. A public house has stood on the site since 1752. It is notable for its association with two victims of Jack the Ripper; Annie Chapman and Mary Kelly.
      • THE ADMIRAL CODRINGTON - Chelsea. Known as "The Cod".
      • THE ANCHOR - 34 Park Street, Bank End, Southwark. One of the oldest public houses that there is in the whole of London. Perched on the southern bank of the River Thames, it has boasted of patronage from even William Shakespeare. The current form of the pub opened up in the year 1615.
      • THE BLUE BAR - at The Berkeley, Wilton Place.
      • The Churchill Bar & Terrace - at Hyatt Regency, 30 Portman Square.
      • The Connaught, Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1K 2AL, U.K.
      • The Connaught - "The Finest in the World." The Connaught Bar has been named ‘World's Best Bar’ in The World’s 50 Best Bars 2021. Judged by more than 500 industry experts, the awards celebrate the finest drinking destinations across the globe. Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1K 2AL, U.K.
      • THE CROSS KEYS - 31 Endell Street, Covent Garden.
      • The Dog House, 293 Kennington Road, Kennington, London SE11 6BY, England, U.K.
      • The Dog House - 293 Kennington Road, Kennington.
      • THE DOVE - 19 Upper Mall, Hammersmith.
      • THE DOVER CASTLE - since 1750. 43 Weymouth Mews, Regent's Park.
      • The Flask - 14 Flask Walk, Hampstead. There are two bars at the front which are separated by a beautiful glazed partition which was added in the 1880's. On the saloon bar side are panels painted by Jan Van Beers. This bar is a little more comfortable and has a fine cast iron fireplace. At the rear is the conservatory and dining room which has almost doubled the size of the old pub.
      • The Fumoir at Claridge's, Brook Street, Mayfair.
      • The Fumoir - at Claridge's. "Immerse yourself in the stylish Thirties. Tucked away behind a door adorned with an original 1930s Lalique panel, this sumptuous bar is steeped in history. Complete the moment by sipping on a cocktail inspired by the era, served in a Lalique glass."
      • THE GRAPES - 76 Narrow Street, Limehouse. The current building was built in 1720, on the site of a previous pub built in 1583. Charles Dickens knew this pub well. The Grapes appears, scarcely disguised, in the opening chapter of his novel Our Mutual Friend.
      • THE LAMB - built in the 1720s. 92 Lambs Conduit Street, Bloomsbury. Charles Dickens who lived locally is reputed to have frequented the Lamb. Other writers associated with the pub include Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.
      • THE LOFT
      • The Luggage Room, On the Corner, Grosvenor Square, Mayfair.
      • The Luggage Room - On the Corner, Grosvenor Square. "It’s an intimate London cocktail bar, effortlessly oozing style and decadence. Amid the fine liquor displays, handmade wine cabinets and period curiosities, you can watch while all nature of libations are carefully created around you."
      • THE MONARCH - Amy Winehouse's favorite watering hole.
      • The Nags Head - 53 Kinnerton St, Belgravia, Westminster. Voted London's Best Pub in 2005 by FANCYAPINT.
      • The Old Bank of England.
      • THE OLD BANK OF ENGLAND - 194 Fleet Street, Temple, City of London. "The opulent decor is breathtaking and the cellar includes the original steel bank doors. The island bar is the centrepiece of this fantastic pub but if you prefer to be outdoors you can enjoy a drink or bite to eat in the courtyard - you would hardly believe this was possible in the heart of London!"
      • THE PUNCH BOWL - formerly owned by Madonna, now by her ex: Guy Ritchie.
      • The Scarsdale Tavern, 23a Edwardes Square, Kensington, London W8 6HE, U.K.
      • The Scarsdale Tavern - "Serinity in the City." Good food and generous portions have built us a reputation as a great place to eat in Kensington; certainly one of the best pubs serving food in the area! Specialities include a slow-roasted half shoulder of lamb and grass-fed ribeye steaks.
      • THE SHERLOCK HOLMES - 10-11 Northumberland Street, Westminster. "The main attraction is a replica of Holmes’ and Watson’s sitting room and study, which relate to Sherlock Holmes and his exciting escapades."
      • THE SPANIARDS INN - Spaniards Road, Hampstead. "As one of London's oldest pubs, The Spaniards has earned itself a place in the history books, quite literally. Dickens immortalised it in The Pickwick Papers, and it's said that Keats wrote Ode to a Nightingale here over a claret or two."
      • THE VIADUCT TAVERN - since 1869. 126 Newgate Street, City of London.
      • Turk's Head Tavern - 9 Gerrard Street, Soho, London, W1D 5PL. The first meeting place of 'The Literary Club' which was founded by Joshua Reynolds and Samuel Johnson in 1764.
      • TRAFALGAR TAVERN - since 1837. Park Row, Greenwich. "In Victorian London there was one pub that represented the best of Britain’s naval might and cultural standing. A place where William Gladstone and Charles Dickens could be seen dining side-by-side."
      • The White Horse (Fulham public house).
      • WHITE HORSE PUB - Parsons Green, Fulham. Known colloquially by many as "The Sloaney Pony", a reference to the "Sloane Rangers" who frequent it.
      • Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese - old public house in the City of London, England, located at 145 Fleet Street, on Wine Office Court. one of a number of pubs in London to have been rebuilt shortly after the Great Fire of 1666. There has been a pub at this location since 1538.
      • Ye Olde Mitre Tavern - since 1546. 1 Ely Court, between Hatton Garden & Ely Place.
      • The Grand Café, 84 The High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG.
      • RAOUL'S COCKTAIL BAR - 32 Walton Street. "Oxford's most renowned and respected bar."
      • THE EAGLE AND CHILD - 49 St. Giles. A public house since 1650. Lays claim to a number of interesting literary connections. J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and fellow writers met here and dubbed themselves 'The Inklings'.
      • THE GRAND CAFÉ - 84 High Street. Since 1650. The first coffee house in England.
      • WHITE HORSE - 52 Broad Street.
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    • 10 of the best beach bars in France - The Guardian.
    • Bars in Paris before & after Covid curfew - in pictures - "On Saturday, Paris went under a night-time curfew that will last at least a month. France has reported another record for new coronavirus cases, with more than 32,000 registered in 24 hours."
      • Bordeaux
      • Le Bar à Vin, 3 Cours du XXX juillet, 33000 Bordeaux.
      • Le Bar À Vin - CIVB (Conseil Interprofessionnel du vin de Bordeaux), 3, cours du XXX juillet. "To sample the delights of a new wine, receive advice on an appellation or a vintage, or simply to enjoy a glass of Bordeaux in a wonderful setting dedicated to Bacchus: the Bar à Vin is the place to go. The entire Bordeaux range - reds, dry and sweet whites, rosés, clairets and sparkling wines - can be sampled in a setting that has been specially designed to take you on a voyage of discovery through the wine appellations of Bordeaux."
      • Bar des Célébrités, Carlton Hotel, 58, boulevard de la Croisette.
      • BÂOLI - Port Canto, Boulevard de la Croisette. Party with the stars. Models, actors, millionaires and sports stars flock to Cannes and when there they often gather at Baoli, an ultra-swish club-restaurant on the edge of the Riviera.
      • BAR 4 U - 6, rue des Frères Pradignac. One of the hippest spots on the Riviera.
      • Bar des CÉlÉbritÉs - 58, boulevard de la Croisette. (Carlton Bar), on the ground floor at the Carlton Hotel. This bar is the place to be if you want to hobnob with celebrities.
      • Bar Galerie du Fouquet's - at hotel Le Majestic. 10, boulevard de la Croisette.
      • Barrel Pub - 17, rue Gérard Monod. Sportsbar.
      • Be First - 18, rue Victor Cousin.
      • BRUMEL's - 3, boulevard de la République. Piano Bar & Live Club. Cannes Magazine has named one of the coolest spots to hang out in the evening.
      • CAFFÉ ROMA - 1, square Mérimée. Bar, restaurant. At the heart of the city, opposite the Palais des Festivals, the Caffé Roma is 25 years an institution of Cannes.
      • CARLTON TERRACE - at the Carlton Hotel, 58 Boulevard de la Croisette. With a nod to the many stars who gather there during the Cannes Film Festival, Carlton Bar & Terrace creates an elegant atmosphere for enjoying cocktails and conversation.
      • CHARLY'S - 5, rue du Suquet. Stylish bar features a well-stocked bar and well-prepared cocktails.
      • chrystie - 22, rue Macé. Cocktail bar.
      • L'ATELIER - 2, place Etang-Pointe Croisette. Exquisite new restaurant, lounge and club on Point Croisette, with magnificent terrace views of Cannes Bay. Anyone who's anyone heads to this spectacular club within the Palm Beach Casino.
      • La CHUNGA - 24, rue Latour-Maubourg. Small late-night favorite.
      • Le 72 - 71, boulevard de la Croisette. Brasserie-cum-cocktail bar.
      • Le Bar L'AMIRAL - at Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, 73, boulevard de la Croisette. It's a favourite with film stars during the festival.
      • LE CARRÉ BLANC - 14, rue Macé. Ultramodern lounge. Fun stop for people-watching. There's always a party going on.
      • LE FACTORY CAFÉ - 17, boulevard de la Croisette. Bar, restaurant.
      • Le Panorama Rooftop Snack & Bar - JW Marriott Cannes, 50 B oulevard de la Croisette. "Showcases stunning views of the Cannes skyline and offers exceptional cocktails."
      • LE PETIT MAJESTIC - 6, rue Tony Allard. Restaurant, bar, lounge. The Cannes Film Festival's press corps' favorite watering hole.
      • MORRISON'S IRISH PUB - 10, rue Teisseire. Bar, pub, lounge.
      • Palais Club - La Rotonde de Lerins, Boulevard de la Croisette.
      • THE QUAY'S IRISH PUB - 17, quai St. Pierre, Old Port of Cannes. One of several Irish bars in town. good choice of beer (Irish/UK/Australian/French) and sports TV coverage.
      • VIA NOTTÉ - 13, rue du Commandant André. Bar-club. Smart lounge that attracts Cannes smart set.
      • Les Deux Magots.
      • BAR 228 - at hotel Le Meurice.
      • Bar des ThÉatres - since 1945. 44, rue Jean Goujon.
      • BC | BLACK CALAVADOS - 40, avenue Pierre 1er de Serbie.
      • BOUND - on the celebrated Avenue George V.
      • Buddha-Bar - 8-12, rue Boissy d'Anglas, Faubourg St Honoré.
      • CAB - 2, place du Palais Royal.
      • CAFÉ Carlu - Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine, Palais de Chaillot, 1 place du Trocadéro.
      • Café de Flore.
      • CAFÉ DE FLORE - at the corner of the boulevard Saint-Germain and the rue St. Benoit, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, has long been celebrated for its intellectual clientele. The Café de Flore opened early in the Third Republic, in 1885 and is one of the oldest and the most prestigious coffeehouses in Paris, celebrated for its famous clientele.
      • CafÉ de Foy - café parisien, en activité de 1749 à 1874 d'abord rue de Richelieu, puis dans les galeries du Palais-Royal.
      • Café de la Paix.
      • CAFÉ DE LA PAIX - 5, place de l'Opera, 75009 Paris. Opened on June 30, 1862. The florid interior decor is only exceeded by that of Charles Garnier's Opéra (located across the plaza). It is said that if one sits at the café, one is bound to run into a friend or acquaintance due to the café's popularity and reputation.
      • CAFÉ DE LA RÉGENCE - was an important European centre of chess in the 18th and 19th centuries. All important chess masters of the time played there. It was opened as the Café de la Place du Palais-Royal near the Palais-Royal, Paris in 1681. By the 18th century it was known as the Café de la Régence ("Regency Café"). In 1852 the café moved temporarily to hôtel Dodun, 21 Rue de Richelieu. In 1854 the Café de la Régence moved to 161 Rue Saint-Honoré and remained there until it became a restaurant in 1910. The chess players moved to the café de l'Univers in 1916 and the Office national marocain du tourisme (National Moroccan Tourist Office) took over the site in 1918.
      • Café Dingo - since 1923. 10 rue Delambre, Montparnasse. A favored watering hole and gathering place for American ex-pats. It was here that Ernest Hemingway & F. Scott Fitzgerald first met. The premises that was home to the Dingo Bar remains but today is occupied by L'Auberge de Venise, an Italian restaurant.
      • Café Le Zimmer - "Brasserie Parisienne depuis 1896." 1 Place du Châtelet.
      • CafÉ Lomi - 3 ter rue Marcadet, 75018 Paris. Coffeeshop.
      • Café Procope.
      • CAFÉ PROCOPE - 13, rue de l'Ancienne Comédie, 6th arrondissement. Opened in 1686. The oldest café/restaurant of Paris in continuous operation.
      • Coutume - 47, rue de Babylone, 75007 Paris. Coffeeshop.
      • CRAZY HORSE - 12, avenue George V. Cabaret since 1951.
      • CUBA COMPAGNIE - 48, boulevard Beaumarchais.
      • Dingo Bar, 10 rue Delambre in the Montparnasse Quarter.
      • Dingo Bar - 10, rue Delambre in the Montparnasse Quarter. Opened its doors in 1923. Most commonly referred to as the Dingo Bar, it was one of the few drinking establishments at the time that was open all night. It became the favorite haunt of the many English-speaking artists and writers who gathered in Paris during the 1920s and 1930s. As recorded by Ernest Hemingway in his book A Moveable Feast, he first met F. Scott Fitzgerald at the Dingo Bar in late April 1925, two weeks after the publication of Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. Others who frequented the Dingo Bar included Pablo Picasso, Aleister Crowley, Nancy Cunard and Isadora Duncan would come over from her apartment across the street. The premises that was home to the Dingo Bar remains but today is occupied by L'Auberge de Venise, an Italian restaurant.
      • HARRY'S NEW YORK BAR - since 1911. Located at 5, rue Daunou, between the Avenue de l'Opéra and the Rue de la Paix. Over the years, Harry's New York Bar was frequented by a number of famous American expatriates and international celebrities such as Prince Serge Obolensky, Knute Rockne, Sinclair Lewis, Ernest Hemingway, Jeremy Shaffer, Efe Gures, Bill Tilden, Coco Chanel, Jack Dempsey, Primo Carnera, Ramon Novarro, Aly Khan, Rita Hayworth, Humphrey Bogart, Brendan Behan (who worked there circa 1948-49 according to his memoirs Confessions of an Irish Rebel), and even, occasionally, the Duke of Windsor.
      • l'Artscenik CafÉ - 48, boulevard de Clichy.
      • La Closerie Des Lilas, 171 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris.
      • La Closerie Des Lilas - 171, boulevard du Montparnasse. Famous café, restaurant & brasserie. Was where the intelligentsia hung out in the early 20th century: A bust-up between André Breton and Tristan Tzara marked the end of the Dada movement here in 1922; then the Surrealist crowd moved in, along with literary expats like Henry Miller, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway, who said that the Closerie was 'one of the best cafés in Paris'. A bronze plaque engraved with Hemingway’s name (in the piano bar) commemorates the author’s patronage. The literary flame is kept burning too, thanks to the Prix de la Closerie des Lilas - an award for 21st-century, French-language, female authors.
      • La Coupole, 102 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris.
      • La Coupole - 102, boulevard du Montparnasse. Since 1927. "A true Art Deco masterpiece, La Coupole is the most famous Parisian brasserie in the world. Today it is the quintessential symbol of Montparnasse's history, as well as a key component of the art of living and socialising in Paris, particularly in the 14th arrondissement."
      • La Guillotine Pub - 52, rue Galande. Sports an authentic guillotine from 1792 on its wall.
      • LA PERLE - "Unquestionably Paris' haute spot."
      • La Rotonde.
      • LA ROTONDE - 105, boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris. Since 1911. Famous café in the Montparnasse Quarter of Paris. Along with Le Dôme and La Coupole it was renowned as an intellectual gathering place for notable artists and writers during the interwar period.
      • LE BAR - at Four Seasons Hotel George V.
      • Le Bar at Plaza Athénée, 25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris.
      • LE BAR DU PLAZA ATHÉNÉE - at Hotel Plaza Athénée, 25 Avenue Montaigne.
      • Le Carillon - 18 Rue Alibert, 75010 Paris.
      • Le Dôme.
      • LE DÔME - 108, boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris. Opening in 1898, it was the first such café in Montparnasse. It "created and disseminated gossip, and provided message exchanges and an 'over the table' market that dealt in artistic and literary futures." It was frequented by the famous (and soon to be famous) painters, sculptors, writers, poets, models, art connoisseurs and dealers. Le Dôme later became the gathering place of the American literary colony and became a focal point for artists residing in Paris's Left Bank.
      • LE FUMOIR
      • LE RUBIS - the best know wine bar in Paris.
      • Le Select.
      • LE SELECT - 99, boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris.
      • Les Deux Magots.
      • LES DEUX MAGOTS - 6, place Saint-Germain-des-Prés / place Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés area of Paris. Since 1873. It once had a reputation as the rendezvous of the literary and intellectual élite of the city. Its historical reputation is derived from the patronage of Surrealist artists, intellectuals such as Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, and young writers, such as Ernest Hemingway. Other patrons included Albert Camus, Pablo Picasso, James Joyce, Bertolt Brecht, Julia Child, and the American writers, James Baldwin, Chester Himes, Charles Sutherland, and Richard Wright.
      • MA CAVE FLEURY - wine bar.
      • Ten Belles - 10, rue de la Grange aux Belles, 75010 Paris. Coffeeshop.
      • The Broken Arm - 12, rue Perrée, 75003 Paris. Coffeeshop.
      • The Hemingway Bar at Hôtel Ritz Paris, 15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
      • The Hemingway Bar - at Hôtel Ritz Paris, 15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France. "The incredible concoctions of head bartender Colin Field have set the bar high for cocktail lovers everywhere. The night begins and ends at the Ritz Paris." Cole Porter would spend up to 9 hours a day in the Hemingway Bar: he's said to have composed "Begin the Beguine" here. F. Scott Fitzgerald had his favorite seat; Ernest Hemingway and Gary Cooper made it the epicenter of their life in Paris and would sit and talk for hours...
      • Weber's CafÉ - (1899-1961). 21, rue Royale. "Était le rendez-vous des écrivains, des journalistes et des artistes, fréquentée par les dessinateurs Forain et Caran d'Ache, les écrivains Paul-Jean Toulet, Léon Daudet, Marcel Proust, les rédactions du Temps et du Figaro, des comédiens comme Marguerite Deval."
      • XO - 59, rue Orsel.
      • YEEELS  F 24, avenue George.
      • Senequier at Quai Jean Jaurès overlooking the old port.
      • Bar du Port.
      • BAR DU PORT - 7, quai Suffren. As other port-side establishments, the bar opens early in the morning – either for breakfast or for the very last coffee of the night – and changes atmosphere as the day wears on.
      • Bar du Sube.
      • Bar du Sube - 23, quai Suffren.
      • Bistro.
      • BISTRO - 3, place des Lices. Restaurant, lounge, club, live music.
      • Brasserie des Arts.
      • BRASSERIE DES ARTS - 5, place des Lices. Chic as can be; cool and exclusive in that inimitable Saint-Tropez way.
      • Café de Paris.
      • CAFÉ DE PARIS - 25, quai de Suffren. Café, restaurant, terrasse.
      • Cavalli Caffè St. Tropez, 33 Place de la Garonne.
      • Cavalli CaffÈ St. Tropez - 33, place de la Garonne. "The Caffè allows guests to spend the moments throughout their day: breakfasts, lunches, exquisite dinners and aperitifs are livened by the beautiful music of the live dj set that, starting at 7 pm, will highlight days filled with traditional Italian luxury and lifestyle."
      • Château de la Messardière Terrace Bar.
      • CHATEAU BAR & BAR TERRACE - at Château de la Messardière.
      • Chez les GarÇons - 11, rue du Cépoun San Martin. Bar, salon, restaurant.
      • Chez Maggy.
      • CHEZ MAGGY - 7, rue Sibille. Old-town restaurant-cum-bar-cum-disco. Open from 7pm, it offers simple Med food and a music-bar atmosphere that gets more raucous as the evening progresses.
      • Le Bar by Dom Pérignon, Hotel Sezz, 151 Route des Salins.
      • Le Bar by Dom PÉrignon - at Hotel Sezz, 151, route des Salins. "The indoor Dom Pérignon bar and the pool bar. Open from 11h to Midnight. At the day’s end, guaranteed lounge atmosphere by our DJ Allan."
      • Hotel Benkiraï's Outdoor Bar.
      • HOTEL BENKIRAÏ - chemin du Pinet. Indoor / outdoor bar.
      • Ice Tropez.
      • Ice Tropez - 7, quai Suffren. Ice Tropez is a cocktail drink made with wine flavoured with nectarine blossoms.
      • La Ponche Bar & Lounge.
      • LA PONCHE BAR & LOUNGE - 5, rue des Remparts.
      • L'Escale Lounge Bar.
      • L'ESCALE - 9, quai Jean Jaurès. Restaurant, bar, lounge.
      • Le Bar Joseph.
      • LE BAR JOSEPH - 1, place de Hotel de Ville.
      • Le Café.
      • LE CAFE - place des Lices.
      • Le Petit Bar.
      • Le Petit Bar - 2, rue Sibille.
      • Le Quai.
      • LE QUAI - 29, quai Jean Jaurès. Well known for it's chic aperitives, exceptional dinners and fun evenings.
      • Le Yaca Bar.
      • LE YACA BAR - 1, boulevard d’Aumale.
      • L'Opéra, Le Port.
      • L'OpÉra - Le Port. "With the most beautiful terrace of Saint-Tropez and with one of the most beautiful views on the bell tower and the port the Opera welcomes you from breakfast to dawn. You will love the outdoor and indoor decoration (inspired from the 40’s). You will be able to appreciate parties with the DJ musicians… but also wonderful menus with Provençal, French and worldwide dishes."
      • Nikki Beach.
      • NIKKI BEACH - 5, route de l'Épi, 83350 Ramatuelle.
      • Octave Café.
      • OCTAVE CAFÉ - place de la Garonne. Piano bar. Marginally quieter mainstay of St Tropez nightlife, with a terrace, comfortable banquettes and an upmarket piano-bar vibe.
      • Bar at Pan Deï Palais.
      • Pan DeÏ Palais - 52, rue Gambetta. "The ideal spot to take an aperitive and to savour the day's end in an intimate and elegant atmosphere, whether in the garden by the pool side in summertime or by the lounge fire side in wintertime."
      •  Retro bar at Papagayo.
      • PAPAGAYO - since 1962. Résidence du Port. "Strangely for a world-famous night-club, the Papagayo opens at 9am ... as a bar/lounge for breakfasts and coffee. A damned good place it is, too, with one of St Tropez’s loveliest terraces looking across the port. It continues in this mode through lunch and the afternoon and onto dinner."
      • Sénéquier.
      • SÉNÉQUIER - quai Jean Jaurès overlooking the old port. Founded in 1887. This is the place to people-watch par excellence! The people watching here can't get any better. Specialities: iced coffee, café liégeois, and Viennese coffee.
      • The Strand Champagne Lounge.
      • THE STRAND - 2, rue du Petit Bal. Restaurant and champagne lounge.
      • Tsar.
      • Tsar - 1, quai de l’Epi. Bar-lounge which, with its Chesterfield-style armchairs and all, looks a little like a country house salon under the influence of mind-bending substances. It’s where you go either before or after tempestuous times in the nearby VIP Room.
      • Villa Romana.
      • VILLA ROMANA - 1, chemin des Conquêtes. Since 1956. Exclusive bar, club and Italian restaurant.
      • White 1921.
      • White 1921 - place des Lices. Former Maison Blanche. The LVHM group (Louis Vuitton), is now all set to pamper its high-heeled clients with its first ever hotel cum champagne and cocktail bar.
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      • Al Piccolo Bar - favorite venue of members of Italian and International fashionable society.
      • Lanterna Verde - tavern piano bar of the Hotel San Michele.
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      • Paradis.
      • PARADIS - après ski bar.
      • Caffé Giacosa - Roberto Cavalli, Via della Spada, 10/r, 50123 Florence (FI).
      • CaffÈ Giacosa - Roberto Cavalli - "Sweets, pastries, wines and spirits, restaurant, tea room, chocolate factory. Licensced furnishers to the Royal family. Casa Giacosa, founded in 1815." After a painstaking restoration faithful to the original structures, Roberto Cavalli, a born Florentine bound to tradition, reopened Florence's historic "drawing room", giving back to the city one of its famous cafés. Via della Spada 10.
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      • Caffè Gilli, Via Roma 1/R, 50123 Firenze.
      • Gilli - since 1733. "The elegance in Florence."
      • Harry's Bar, Via Lungarno Amerigo Vespucci, 22R, 50123 Firenze.
      • HARRY'S BAR - since 1953.
      • SLOWLY BAR
      • Caffè Pedrocchi, Via VIII Febbraio, 15, 35122 Padova, Italy.
      • CaffÈ Pedrocchi - since 1831. It has architectural prominence because its rooms were decorated in diverse styles, arranged in an eclectic ensemble by the architect Giuseppe Jappelli. The café has historical prominence because of its role in the 1848 riots against the Habsburg monarchy, as well as for being an attraction for artists over the last century from the French novelist Stendhal to Lord Byron to the Italian writer Dario Fo. Padua, Italy.
      • Antico Caffè Greco, Via dei Condotti 86, 00187 Roma.
      • ANTICO CAFFÈ GRECO - opened in 1760 on 86, Via dei Condotti. "The writers and other artists who lived in this area—once known as the "English Quarter"—gathered here. Casanova, Goethe, Bertel Thorvaldsen, Mariano Fortuny, Franz Liszt, John Keats, Henrik Ibsen, Felix Mendelssohn, Wagner, Levi, María Zambrano, Nickolai Gogol, George Eliot, Hans Christian Andersen, Stendhal, Charles Dickens, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry James, Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe-Shelley, to name a few, sipped cappuccinos at its round tables."
      • Bar Canova, Piazza Del Popolo, 16-17, 00187 Rome.
      • Bar Canova - Piazza Del Popolo, 16-17. Famous throughout the world as a regular meeting place for Fellini (who lived around the corner at via Margutta 10A, apartment 5) and many actors from La Dolce Vita.
      • Café de Paris, Via Vittorio Veneto 90, 00187 Roma.
      • CAFÉ DE PARIS - Via Vittorio Veneto, 90. The bar was immortalised in 1960 in the movie La Dolce Vita by Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini, starring Anita Ekberg, Anouk Aimée and Marcello Mastroianni who played a "paparazzo" riding his Vespa in search of celebrities. During the heady days in the 1960s, the cafe was one of the preferred watering holes of starlets, residual nobility, nouveau riche and sultans.
      • Café Doney, Via Vittorio Veneto, 125, 00187 Rome, Italy.
      • CafÉ DONEY - Via Vittorio Veneto, 125, 00187 Rome, Italy. Rome's most elegant and celebrated gathering point. A favorite local hotspot any time of the day for delicious breakfast with fresh juices or light and organic lunch. After dinner it is the hotspot of Via Veneto for a relaxing evening with friends enjoying one of the signature drinks overlooking the Dolce Vita pass by. "Try the typical Italian breakfast, Cornetto & Capuccino, or choose your preferred breakfast items from our menu. We have what you need to start well into the day. Every day from 8:00 AM until 11:30 AM. Café Doney offers a delicious street food menu to be tasted during a quick lunch or a cocktail moment."
      • CAFÉ ROMANO - Via Bocca di Leone, 14.
      • Castroni - via Cola di Rienzo 196.
      • CUL DE SAC - wine bar.
      • Exploring the Speakeasies of Rome - The New York Times.
      • HARRY'S BAR - Via Vittorio Veneto, 150.
      • La Casa del CaffÈ Tazza d'Oro - via degli Orfani 84.
      • Sant’Eustachio Il CaffÈ - Piazza Sant’Eustachio 82
      • Sciascia CaffÈ dal 1919 - Via Fabio Massimo 80/A
      • Stravinskij Bar - at Hotel de Russie. "One of the most exclusive meeting places in Rome."
      • Tazza d'Oro - since 1946. Via degli Orfani, 84 (Pantheon).
      • 947 Club.
      • 947 CLUB
      • Bacaro Jazz - "Since 1997, the Bacaro Jazz Restaurant has been providing Venice with fine International and typical Venetian cuisine, and an amazing selection of expertly mixed cocktails."
      • Caffè Florian, Piazza San Marco 56-59, 30124 Venice. Caffè Florian, Piazza San Marco 56-59, 30124 Venice.
      • CaffÈ Florian - coffee house situated in the Procuratie Nuove of Piazza San Marco, Venice. It was established in 1720, and is a contender for the title of the oldest coffee house in continuous operation (Antico Caffè Greco in Rome was established in 1760).
      • I had lunch at the oldest cafÉ in Venice - "It dates back to the 1700s, has become a tourist hot spot - and wasn't worth the high bill. Caffe Florian claims to be the oldest café in Italy and the second-oldest in Europe. Once popular with some of history's most famous names, it's now a tourist hot spot."
      • Centrale Restaurant Lounge
      • HARRY'S BAR - opened in 1931 by bartender Giuseppe Cipriani.
      • Oriental Bar at Metropole Hotel, Riva Degli Schiavoni 4149, 30122 Venice, Italy.
      • ORIENTAL BAR OF METROPOLE HOTEL - "Athmosphere Ambience in Venice."
    • Le Bar Américain.
    • La Condamine Monte-Carlo
        La Condamine
      • BRASSERIE DE MONACO - "The Place to Beer." 36, route de la Piscine.
      • Stars'N'Bars, 6 Quai Antoine 1er.
      • Stars'N'Bars - 6, quai Antoine 1er. Has hosted a multitude of film, music and sport legends and boasts one of the best celebrity sports museums in the world.
      • Blue Gin Bar at Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, 40, avenue Princesse Grace, MC 98000 Monaco.
      • Blue Gin Bar - at Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel. "The Blue Gin is all about creativity, innovation and moments of pure relaxation." Its unrivalled design, seaside terrace, billiard room and DJ John Lorenz make the Blue Gin a magical place in the Principality that you won’t want to miss.
      • BUDDHA-BAR - "An exotic and chic venue at the heart of Monte Carlo." At the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
      • CAFÉ DE PARIS - since 1868. "The delicious harmony between the magic of Paris and the prestige of Monaco makes for an enchanting atmosphere." On the Place de Casino.
      • COLUMBUS - cocktail bar at Columbus hotel.
      • Crystal Bar - at Hôtel Hermitage, Square Beaumarchais. "The beautiful open Crystal Terrace offers a commanding view of the Principality. It is the ideal spot for an aperitif or after dinner liqueur."
      • HORIZON DECK - restaurant & champagne bar at hotel Fairmont. "A 7th heaven with a 360° view over the Principality's legendary Opera House, Prince's Palace, and Casino - against a backdrop of the renowned & Riviera and the azure splendour of the Mediterranean." 12, Avenue des Spélugues.
      • Le Bar Américain, Hôtel de Paris, Place du Casino, Monte-Carlo.
      • LE BAR AMÉRICAIN - at Hôtel de Paris, Place du Casino. Cosy, elegant, low-key ambience, beautiful wood, leather armchairs, soft lighting and windows onto the sea. The 300,000 great vintages on offer make this the largest hotel cellar in the world.
      • Saphir 24 Bistro Lounge & Bar - at hotel Fairmont. 12, avenue des Spélugues.
      • SASS CAFÉ - restaurant & piano bar. 11, avenue Princesse Grace.
      • SPORTING MONTE-CARLO - bar, restaurant, concert hall & night club throughout the summer. 26, avenue Princesse Grace.
      • THE LIMÙN BAR - at Hôtel Hermitage, Square Beaumarchais. At the cocktail hour, appetizers are served with champagnes by the glass.
      • Twiga Lounge - 10, avenue Princesse Grace.
      Amsterdam Rotterdam
      • BAR ARC
      • NOMADS BAR
      • TUNES BAR - at Conservatorium hotel. "An elegant yet casual haven in which to enjoy champagnes, cocktails, surprising Gin & Tonics and tasty Asian Tapas served with matching Sake."
      • DE WITTE AAP - voted 'The Best Bar in the World' by Lonely Planet's readers.
      • NOBILIS
      • Theatercaféen, Stortingsgata 24.
      • TheatercafÉen - at Hotel Continental, Stortingsgata 24. Since 1900. "Our legendary Vienna-style café has indisputably been the city's most popular dining and meeting place for over 100 years."
      Scotland, U.K.
      Edinburgh Glasgow
      • RICK'S BAR
      • SCOTCH whisky bar at The Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes St, Edinburgh EH2 2EQ, Scotland, U.K.
      • SCOTCH whisky bar at The Balmoral - "Settle in for a dram in SCOTCH, our world-class whisky bar. With over 500 unique varieties of Scottish whisky within the bar’s hand-crafted, oak-panelled whisky cabinet, selected from distilleries in the Highlands, Lowlands, Islands, Islay and Speyside, our collection is one of the largest in Edinburgh." 1 Princes St, Edinburgh EH2 2EQ, Scotland, U.K.
      Barcelona DeiÀ (Mallorca) CalviÀ (Mallorca)
      Ibiza Madrid Marbella | Puerto BanÚs
      • 41°, Avinguda del Paral.lel, 164, 08015 Barcelona.
      • 41° Experience - cocktail bar / restaurant owned by Albert AdriÀ younger brother of Ferran AdriÀ of the famed (closed on July 30, 2011) three-Michelin-starred restaurant El Bulli.
      • Bodega 1900, Carrer Tamarit 91, 08015 Barcelona.
      • Bodega 1900 - casual vermouth bar and offers a procession of 41 small courses reminiscent of El Bulli. Owned by Albert Adrià.
      • CDLC
      • COMERÇ 24 - one Michelin-starred Comerç 24 is one of the best tapas bars in Barcelona.
      • Gatsby  F Calle Tuset, 19-21.
      • MONVÍNIC - wine bar with an "unrivalled selection of wines from all over the world."
      • NUBA - open air bar, lounge club & restaurant.
      • ONOFRE - wine bar.
      • Paradiso, Carrer de Rera Palau, 4, 08003 Barcelona, Spain.
      • Paradiso - "Stood in front of a fridge door in an otherwise regular pastrami shop, it’s hard to imagine what might confront you next. You are about to step foot in the majestic Dali-esque curved wooden bar that is Paradiso - the 2022 World’s Best Bar, sponsored by Perrier. Once in, the surprises keep on coming, starting with the show-stopping Supercool Martini, which uses a ‘supercooled’ gin mix to build an iceberg in the glass. There’s also a new menu, fresh from the imagination of creative-in-chief and co-owner Giacomo Giannotti." Carrer de Rera Palau, 4, 08003 Barcelona, Spain.
      • Soma Club.
      • SOMA CLUB
      • Tickets, Avinguda del Paral.lel, 164, 08015 Barcelona.
      • TICKETS - tapas bar / restaurant owned by Albert & Ferran Adrià - of El Bulli fame, together with the Iglesias brothers, owners of the Rías de Galicia. Specialty: tapas & sea food. Belongs to's list of the 11 toughest restaurants to get a reservation in the world.
      • Top 10 best Barcelona hotels with rooftop bars - The Telegraph.
        Deià (Mallorca)
      • Sa Fonda, C/Arxiduc Lluis Salvador, Deia, Mallorca.
      • Sa Fonda - the Virgin Records mogul, Richard Branson, has a luxury residence in the town, and his label's stars have often visited the village and sometimes jammed here.
      • b.for by Planet Sushi Ibiza, Avenida 8 de Agosto, 07800 Ibiza Town.
      • B.For - Avenida 8 de Agosto, 07800 Ibiza Town. Lounge bar
      • Blue Marlin Ibiza, Playa de Cala Jondal, Cala Jondal Bay, 07840 Ibiza.
      • Blue Marlin Ibiza - open every day from the 1st of April until middle of October. Mediterranean cuisine fusion with Asian influence, Sushi and the top cocktails of the island. Playa de Cala Jondal, Cala Jondal Bay, 07840 Ibiza.
      • Cavalli Club Ibiza, Paseo Maritimo Juan Carlos 1, 13, 07800 Ibiza.
      • Cavalli Club Ibiza - Paseo Maritimo Juan Carlos 1, 13, 07800 Ibiza. Situated in the most exclusive area of the Mediterranean island, the new Cavalli experience presents his entertainment & nightlife concept in the heart of the promenade that welcomes yachts into the harbour of Ibiza Marina. The LOUNGE embody the glamorous soul of the designer, hosting exclusive and fashionable parties and events where guests can sip on Roberto Cavalli Vodka-based cocktails. Furthermore, a refined musical selection is ensured by the best artists in the business.
      • Cipriani Downtown Ibiza Lounge, Paseo Juan Carlos I, nr. 17, Ibiza Gran Hotel, 07800 Ibiza Town.
      • Cipriani Downtown Ibiza Lounge - Paseo Juan Carlos I, nr. 17, Ibiza Gran Hotel, 07800 Ibiza Town.
      • Cotton Beach Club, Posta De Sol 21, Cala Tarida.
      • Cotton Beach Club - Posta De Sol 21, Cala Tarida. The all-new, luxurious Ibiza beach club set to impress in Cala Tarida, making the island’s southwest coast the destination du jour for islanders and jetsetters alike. Featuring jaw-dropping views across the Mediterranean, and a private sandy beach below clear of seaweed and rocks, the Cotton Beach Club offers changing cabins and private showers for beachgoers to be comfortable moving from lounge to lunch. The Cotton Beach Club serves lunch and à la carte dinner after beach hours where the kitchen surprises guests with a selection of food that is available before and during a spectacular sunset. The venue is perfectly suited for exclusive private events from launches to weddings, celebrations and parties.
      • Grial, Avenida 8 De Agosto No. 1, 07800 Ibiza.
      • GRIAL - Ibiza Social Club. Located on the roundabout that leads to Pacha, Grial is a famous haunt for locals with as busy a Winter schedule as any place on the island and a favourite pre-club destination for Ibiza towners. Avenida 8 De Agosto No. 1, 07800 Ibiza.
      • Jockey Club, Playa de Salinas, s/n, Parc Natural de ses Salines, 07818 Ibiza.
      • Jockey Club - "Since 1993 we have been a beach restaurant with the spirit of a chiringuito (outdoor bar)." Playa de Salinas, s/n, Parc Natural de ses Salines, 07818 Ibiza.
      • KM5, Sant Josep Km 5,6, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, 07830 Ibiza.
      • KM5 - Sant Josep Km 5,6, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, 07830 Ibiza. Indoor lounge & lounge garden.
      • Match Bar, Calle Garijo 5, Puerto de Ibiza, 07800 Ibiza.
      • MATCH BAR - Calle Garijo 5, Puerto de Ibiza, 07800 Ibiza. Offers a little bit of London in the Balearic sunshine. The terrace is a prime spot for people-watching, making it the perfect place for a pre-Pacha drink.
      • Nassau Beach Club Lounge, Playa d'en Bossa Bossa, s/n, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, 07817 Ibiza.
      • Nassau Beach Club Lounge - Playa d'en Bossa Bossa, s/n, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, 07817 Ibiza.
      • Orso, Avenida 8 de Agosto, Nº 29, 07800 Ibiza.
      • Orso - Avenida 8 de Agosto, Nº 29, 07800 Ibiza. Restaurant & Lounge Bar. Live performances every night.
      • The Tower at Ushuaïa Beach Hotel, Playa d'en Bossa 10, 07817 Sant Jordi de Ses Salines.
      • The Tower at UshuaÏa Beach Hotel - "The Tower is all about exclusivity and style - and voyeurism! Enjoy the music from two different angles - watch the macro events front row with the rocking crowd at The Club or get an elite, bird´s eye view of the action from our roof top Mile-High Club." Playa d'en Bossa 10, Sant Jordi de Ses Salines, 07817 Ibiza.
      • Zoo Bar, Plaza Antoni Riquer 6, Puerto de Ibiza, 07800 Ibiza.
      • Zoo Bar - Plaza Antoni Riquer 6, Puerto de Ibiza, 07800 Ibiza.
        Marbella | Puerto Banús
      • Marbella Club's Champagne Room.
      • The Golden Mile - Marbella city to Puerto Banús.
        • Astral Cocktail Bar - Astral Coctelería SL. Muelle de Levante s/n, Puerto Banús.
        • babilonia banus - Calle Ribera, Front Line, Puerto Banús. "The trendiest bar in the heart of Puerto Banus."
        • Banana Tree - Calle Camilo José Cela, 13.
        • BAR El estrecho - since 1954. Calle San Lázaro, 12.
        • beckett's - Calle Camilo José Cela, 4.
        • BIJOUX BANUS - 2nd Line, Calle Muelle Ribera, Puerto Banús.
        • Buddha Marbella - Avenida Puerta del Mar, 3. Music Bar & Restaurant.
        • El Gran Gatsby, Edificio del Mar, Muelle de Honor, s/n, 29660 Marbella.
        • El Gran Gatsby Bib Edificio del Mar, Muelle de Honor, s/n.
        • Finca Besaya - Urbanización Rio Verde Alto, s/n.
        • Frank's Corner - Calle Camilo José Cela, 12.
        • Freudenhaus - Avenida José Banús, s/n, Urbanización Jardines del Puerto, Local 6, Puerto Banús. "Best cocktails in Marbella."
        • Funky Buddha - Camino de la Cruz, s/n. "Fantastic VIP area & a large cocktail bar."
        • GÜey Marbella - Plaza de las Orquideas, 4.
        • Hard Rock Cafe Marbella - Calle Ramon Areces, s/n (Edificio Marina Banus), Puerto Banús.
        • Joe's Bar - at Puente Romano Beach Resort & Spa, Avenida-Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso von Hohenlohe, s/n.
        • Joe's Marbella - Avenida de Ricardo Soriano, 52. Private smokers club.
        • Joys Live - Calle Muelle De Ribera, 48, Puerto Banús. Bar & nightclub.
        • La Sala - Calle Juan Belmonte, s/n, Puerto Banús. "Live Music in the Main Bar."
        • La SUITE - at Puente Romano Beach Resort & Spa, Avenida-Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso von Hohenlohe, s/n. "Sophisticated night spot and event space in Marbella. Drawing inspiration from Studio 54, the seductive 600 m² club environment successfully fuses the hotel’s Roman heritage with the industrial-feel of a New York City loft."
        • Linekers bar - Muelle De Ribero, Puerto Banús.
        • Marbella Club's Champagne Room, Avenida-Bulevar del Príncipe Alfonso Von Hohenlohe, s/n, 29602 Marbella.
        • Marbella Club's Champagne Room - Avenida-Bulevar del Príncipe Alfonso Von Hohenlohe, s/n. October to April, open daily 17:00 to 1:00. "Little wonder, Pol Roger, Krug, Marguet, Salon, Dom Perignon and Cristal have been sipped here over the decades by many a celebrity."
        • Marbella Club's Summer Bar - Avenida-Bulevar del Príncipe Alfonso Von Hohenlohe, s/n. May to September, cocktails served 19:00 to 1:30. "Our atmospheric terrace bar with its twinkling lights and live music is the perfect setting for an aperitif or a digestif."
        • News Cafe, Front Line, Lugar Muelle de Ribera, s/n, 29660 Puerto Banús.
        • News Cafe - Front Line, Lugar Muelle de Ribera, s/n, Puerto Banús.
        • O'Grady's - Calle Ribera, 1, Puerto Banús. Irish Tavern.
        • POLO HOUSE - Bulevard Príncipe Alfonso Von Hohenlohe. Opened in 2009 by James Hewitt of Princess Diana fame - suffers closure (The Telegraph, March 10, 2013).
        • Portside - Front Line, Puerto Banús.
        • Robin Hood Inn - Urbanización Benamara Dos Hermanas, Avenida Dos Hermanas, Carretera de Cádiz, Km 168, Estepona.
        • Route 66 Marbella - Calle Jesus Puente, Plaza Antonio Banderas, Puerto Banús. American Bar & Grill.
        • SALDUBA PUB - Muelle Ribera, Local 1E, Puerto Banús. A cool crowd begin the day with a coffee and a read of the newspaper with a great view of the super cars and super yachts.
        • SEVEN - Avenida Ribera s/n, Puerto Banús. "One of the most exclusive & elegant places in Puerto Banús."
        • SINATRA BAR - Muelle Ribera s/n, Puerto Banús.
        • Sushisha Rooftop Lounge - Carretera de Cádiz Km 173, Puerto Banús. On the rooftop terrace of Sisu Boutique Hotel. Rooftop restaurant & lounge designed to accomodate private dining and private parties.
        • Tanino - Carretera de Cádiz, Km 168, Urbanización Benamara, Estepona. "The Art of the Cocktail."
        • The Lounge - Puerto Banús. "Open-air cocktail & champagne bar." The perfect meeting place in Puerto Banús, the place where the chic and the elite meet. Located next door to Linekers Bar.
      Gothenburg Helsingborg Stockholm
      • Koppi - Norra Storgatan 16. Fine Coffee Roadsters since 2007. "The roastery and coffee bar, situated in the heart of Helsingborg, offer coffee experiences out of the ordinary. Our ambition is to be one of the best roasters in the world and our aim is always to buy, roast, brew and serve coffee from the worlds best coffee producers."
      • Cadier Bar at Grand Hôtel, Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8.
      • CADIER BAR - named after the Grand Hôtel's founder, Régis Cadier. "This spectacular bar is a popular gathering spot for an after work drink, informal meetings and nights out on the town, bubbling with Champagne."
      • Café Opera, Karl XII:s torg.
      • CAFÉ OPERA - "Everyone who is anyone has partied here."
      • GONDOLEN
      • Hornhuset
      • HOTELLET
      • Noppes Bar - small intimate private members club / bar in the heart of Stockholm offering an exclusive yet homly atmosphere where you can enjoy drinks from the bar or an informal dinner, an oasis for celebrities, socialites, royals and the wealthy alike.
      • P.A.&CO - a favourite hangout for Stockholmers.
      • RICHE - the place to go for after work drinks, it seems to be bustling no matter what day of the week.
      • SPY BAR
      Berne Geneva Gstaad
      Lausanne St. Moritz Verbier
      • Restaurant Sommet at hotel The Alpina, Alpinastrasse 23.
      • Alpina Lounge & Bar - "An entire exterior wall of floor-to-ceiling windows connects the space to the terrace outside. It’s as if you’re sitting in the mountain bowl itself, with a fireplace and bar to one side. An eclectic collection of selected spirits is used to concoct an extensive range of cocktails, ranging from the classic to the latest in avant-garde mixology." At hotel The Alpina, Alpinastrasse 23.
      • Café Pernet, Promenade 57.
      • CafÉ Pernet - Promenade 57.
      • Cigar Lounge at hotel The Alpina, Alpinastrasse 23.
      • Cigar Lounge at The Alpina - "The walk-in humidor features a selection of over 50 cigars. Classic, deep-buttoned armchairs are attached to small, custom-designed tables, each supporting a bespoke ashtray. From the leather and dark wood interior, you look out through windows to rolling Alpine countryside north of the hotel." At hotel The Alpina, Alpinastrasse 23.
      • Grand Hotel Park Bar & Lounge.
      • Grand Hotel Park Bar & Lounge - cocktails, some sushi prepared on the spot, a club sandwich or a tartare prepared at your table. Wispilestrasse 29.
      • Grand Hotel Park Cigar Lounge.
      • Grand Hotel Park Cigar Lounge - "In an English club atmosphere, seated in plush Chesterfield armchairs, this is an ideal place to enjoy a cigar, and based on suggestions, sip on a drink or a cocktail for a moment of pure pleasure." Wispilestrasse 29.
      • Gstaad Palace Bar & Lounge, Palacestrasse 28.
      • GSTAAD PALACE BAR & LOUNGE - Palacestrasse 28.
      • Le Bar du Grill at the Gstaad Palace hotel, Palacestrasse 28.
      • Le Bar du Grill - "For a coffee in the morning, a small snack at lunchtime, a tea in the afternoon, a glass of champagne in the evening or a cigar in our Smoking Lounge – you will always be welcome in the Lobby Bar. When all other restaurants are closed, this is where you can still find a bite to eat." At the Gstaad Palace hotel, Palacestrasse 28.
      • Loco's Bar at Hotel Arc En Ciel, Egglistrasse 24.
      • Loco's Bar - at Hotel Arc En Ciel, Egglistrasse 24.
      • Piano Bar  at Ermitage Wellness & Spa Hotel, Dorfstrasse 46, 3778 Schönried / Gstaad.
      • Piano Bar "One Million Stars" - at Ermitage Wellness & Spa Hotel, Dorfstrasse 46.
      • Richi’s Pub, Promenade 57, CH-3780 Gstaad, Switzerland.
      • Richi’s Pub - Promenade 57.
      • The smoking lounge at Hotel Bernerhof, Bahnhofstrasse 2.
      • The Smoking Lounge at Hotel Bernerhof - Bahnhofstrasse 2.
        St. Moritz
      • Anton's Bar, Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1.
      • Anton's Bar & Lobby - at Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1. "Pure Art Deco. Clinking ice cubes. Voices that lose themselves in the room. Live rhythms. Couples dancing the night away. Time stands still. You lean back, sipping your drink. Anton’s Bar is the place for sophisticated conversation and relaxation, its name pays tribute to the founder of Suvretta House, Anton Bon."
      • Badrutt’s Afternoon Tea at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27.
      • Badrutt’s Afternoon Tea - at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27. "Best Afternoon Tea of Switzerland." It’s impossible to forget the first time you enter Le Grand Hall in Badrutt’s Palace Hotel. With its high ceilings, marbled floors and elegant furnishings, it’s a delightful sight. Flooded with light from the large floor-to-ceiling windows, the room exudes a scent of old wood and fresh pastries - a smell which, from that day on, you’ll forever associate with the hotel’s afternoon tea. Enjoy one of the 28 teas, served with finger sandwiches - salmon, cheese, ham, cucumbers - as well as scones with jam and cream and a selection of tasty seasonal sweets from the confectioner's master of the Badrutt's Palace Hotel for CHF 39.00 per person.
      • Bar Carigiet at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2.
      • Bar Carigiet - at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2. "The fabulous drawings and fairy tale pictures of the Engadin artist, Carigiet, decorate the walls of the eponymous 'Bar Carigiet' and add an authenticity and charm of the magical world of the Engadin mountains."
      • Cafè Badilatti, Chesa Cafè, 7524 Zuoz.
      • CafÈ Badilatti - since 1912. The highest coffee roaster in Europe. Over three generations the family Badilatti has guaranteed top quality coffee for all lovers of the drink who look for something special.
      • Café & Confiserie Hanselmann, Via Maistra 8.
      • CafÉ & Confiserie Hanselmann - Via Maistra 8, Since 1894. Sweet paradise of world renown. Particularly popular are the famous Engadin Nusstorten (nut cake) and pralines, handmade with elaborate care. The nut cake is available to order online.
      • Carlton Bar & Lobby with Sun Terrace at Carlton Hotel, Via Johannes Badrutt 11.
      • Carlton Bar & Lobby with Sun Terrace at Carlton Hotel, Via Johannes Badrutt 11.
      • Carlton Bar & Lobby with Sun Terrace - at Carlton Hotel. Executive Chef: Salvatore Frequente. "With its meticulously restored interior with two open fires and a unique sun terrace, the Carlton Bar and Lobby boasts magnificent views over the frozen waters of the lake of St. Moritz. The bar and lobby is the perfect rendezvous for pre- and after-dinner cocktails as well as tasty treats from our kitchens."
      • Devil’s Place Whisky-Bar at Hotel Waldhaus am See, Via Dim Lej 6, 7500 St.Moritz.
      • Devil's Place - the whisky bar at Hotel Waldhaus am See, Via Dim Lej 6. With 2,500 different kinds of whisky, this is the largest selection in the world. Several times, Devil's Place has received an entry in the "Guinness Book of World Records" for its outstanding whisky collection.
      • Hauser's Roo Bar, Via Traunter Plazzas 7.
      • Hauser's Roo Bar - Via Traunter Plazzas 7. "he only genuine après-ski bar in St. Moritz and on the way to becoming a local legend. Here, old and young, sporty and sedate, guests and locals alike all gather for Hauser's special mulled wine, elderberry punch with vodka, homemade hot chocolate or a Bernina beer. Snacks are available from Down Under to satisfy the small appetite."
      • Kempinski Bar at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, Via Mezdi 27.
      • Kempinski Bar & Lobby - at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. "Unwind after a hard day on the slopes with some fine wine, continental beer, or expertly-crafted cocktails at the Kempinski Bar. Here guests can enjoy lively conversation, sample a club sandwich or our high tea with fine Swiss patisserie, or simply unwind in the warm, welcoming environment."
      • Le Grand Hall at Badrutt's Palace, Via Serlas 27.
      • Le Grand Hall - at Badrutt's Palace. Also known as the living room of St. Moritz. Acts as a catwalk for the rich and beautiful of this world. While savouring the special glamour and caviar with sparkling champagne or having high-tea with good friends, it is the place to see and be seen.
      • Pavarotti Wine Bar, Plaza dal Mulin 3.
      • Pavarotti Wine Bar - Plaza dal Mulin 3.
      • Polo Bar at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2.
      • Polo Bar - at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2. "The cosy 'Polo Bar' is situated in the farmhouse’s former smoke room and invites guests to aperitifs and after-dinner cocktails following a dinner in one of 'Chesa Veglia's' restaurants."
      • Renaissance Bar at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27
      • RENAISSANCE BAR - at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27. "Smoking allowed - especially fine cigars. The Renaissance Bar provides a cozy retreat. Many guests use today still the term 'Mario's Bar' as a synonym. The former bartender Mario was the one who called the legendary bar game into life. The person whose 5-Franc coin rolls shortest has to pay."
      • Sunny Bar, Kulm Hotel, Via Veglia 18.
      • Sunny Bar - at Kulm Hotel, Via Veglia 18. "Our Sunny Bar is a special place, full of legends and history. For many decades now, the courageous Cresta riders have gathered here to receive their medals. It is also known as the place where international celebrities frequently visit. Cresta Run trophies and photos are all over the walls, conveying a vivid impression of the bar's lively past."
      • Suvretta Club, at Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1.
      • Suvretta Club - at Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1. "The Suvretta Club Etage is the casual alternative to the formal Grand Etage. The delectable refreshments and drinks served at the Club Bar and in the Club lobby accent the hospitality of this venue for easygoing encounters. The Suvretta Stube pampers our guests with Suvretta classics and authentic Swiss favourites."
      • Café Metropol, Fraumünsterstrasse 12, 8001 Zurich.
      • CAFÉ Metropol - Fraumünsterstrasse 12.
      • Café Odeon, Limmatquai 2, 8001 Zurich.
      • CAFÉ ODEON - Limmatquai 2. Since 1911: café, restaurant & bar. The history of the Café ODEON reveals all the political and economic turmoil of the last nine decades. Famous patrons: Stefan Zweig, Hans Arp, Franz Werfel, Albert Einstein, Else Lasker-Schüler, Claire Goll, Frank Wedekind, William Somerset Maugham, Erich Maria Remarque, Klaus Mann, Friedrich Torberg, Franz Léhar, Arturo Toscanini, Wilhelm Furtwängler, James Joyce, Lenin, Max Frisch, Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Carl Seelig, Max Frisch, Benito Mussolini, among many others.
      • Café Terrasse, Limmatquai 3, 8001 Zurich.
      • CAFÉ Terrasse - Limmatquai 3. "This is where Zurich’s noblesse celebrate the evening with champagne and drinks."
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