Technically this is a London bar with no name, but handily it seems to be going by its number and street name, hence why we’re calling this cocktail bar 69 Colebrooke Row.
Well established, the bar has been around for more than a decade now and continues to wow customers – regular and newbies.
“Identifiable by an outdoor lantern, The Bar With No Name’s Film Noir references are interplayed in both setting and cocktail menu,” says the bar’s website.
“You’ll be warmly welcomed by the expert bar team who will guide you through the unique cocktail list that changes seasonally or serve you balanced classic cocktails.”
Drinks on the menu include Death in Venice, made with Campari with Grapefruit Bitters; the Orris Army + Navy, made using gin; and the Manhattan Steep Corp, which is a distilled Manhattan, Maraschino Liqueur and Dry Essence.