Now the government has put the hard rule in place about groups of six - first and foremost, there will be a limit on groups coming into ALL our bar venues. Where a reservation is necessary, this will be at a maximum of six people (and please - not two groups of six chatting across two tables - while that might feel fine to you - that really puts our bar partners and their businesses at risk).
If you're looking for a more physically distanced night out, we suggest you do make a table reservation at your chosen Cocktail Tour bar. As all venues will now be closing at 10pm, making reservations at the bars you'd like to visit will also offer the best way of making the most of your evening.
When a venue is solely reservation only (i.e. no walk-in's) this is clearly stated, however most of our bar partners are grateful of reservations - as it lets them plan ahead. Phone numbers and websites are provided within our site.
(But please - if you make a reservation, make sure you cancel it if you can no longer make it or let the bar know if you're running late).
All London Cocktail Week venues will be provided with complimentary hand sanitiser units, courtesy of #RaisingTheBar. And as per the government's new rules, staff in all our partnering venues will be wearing face coverings.
Our wristbands are fully washable and 'sanitizable'.
They will be different to any wristband you've received from London Cocktail Week in the past.
If you are shielding or just don’t fancy going out, we’re working hard behind the scenes to facilitate London Cocktail Week At Home - with £6 drinks delivered to your home and events live streamed or available to view when you choose.
Just to say from all of us - thank you for taking your and our safety seriously, and we hope you have the most wonderful month making Every Cocktail Count!