London’s Greatest Wine Bars

No matter if you’re a fan of dimly lit, cozy wine bars or large-scale, ornate bars that attract a flowing, steady crowd, London has a wine locale best suited for, literally, everyone. The city acts as a haven for both the lesser-known producers and the cool, organic bars bustling with personality. The Bon Vivant Journal recently put together a comprehensive guide to the wine bars every local and tourist must visit, both in and around the city — all for different reasons.

The list includes the all-day Antidote wine bar in Soho, offering cheese, small plates, and charcuterie, and a full restaurant upstairs; Belsize Park’s The Truscott Cellar, a more than 60-person wine bar with a contemporary, intimate feel; Sager & Wilde in East London, a sleek wine bar off Hackney Road that overs a wine menu that changes by the day; 10 Cases in Covent Garden, a French-inspired wine bar with ample outdoor seating and chic vibe; Fitzrovia’s Vagabond, both a wine shop and a wine bar that boasts over 100 wines on tap; and The Providores and Tapa Room, serving Europe’s largest selection of New Zealand wine.

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