5 best places to drink Prosecco in London

Affordable fizz in the capital

Pop the cork and cheers!

There is nothing more luxurious than a glass of fizz, but here at CheersLondon we can tell you where are those the hot spots around town to go and enjoy the best Prosecco at the best prices!

So where are the places to go for some bubbles and for an evening of celebration?

Cork and Bottle, Leicester Sq

If you are looking for a pre theatre drink or just exploring the West end, Cork and Bottle has been at the heart of Soho for over 30 years.

The walls are in need of a lick of pain, but the drinks menu is still as experienced as ever. A glass of Prosecco will be sure to begin or end your evening in theatre land!

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Vinoteca, Chiswick 

Inspired by the wine bars of Spain and Italy, Vinoteca brings a bit of the continent to West London. Come and enjoy some italian food along with a wine list that stretches to more than 285 bottles! And a glass of Prosecco will only cost you £6.50, bargain!

 

Sager and Wild Paradise Row, Bethnal Green

Amongst the industrial setting of railway arches and graffiti walls you find this trendy spot. Delicious food, impeccable service and a Not somewhere you pop for dinner or a glass of something, stay for the evening.

So why not enjoy a bottle of Prosecco di Vallodobbiadene ‘Frizzante Naturalmente’, Veneto, Casa Coste Piane.

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Pizza Pilgrims, Dean Street

Pizza and Prosecco on tap- what more could we ask for! It’s simple, pick one from ten pizza choices, order a chilled glass of fizz and enjoy. Need we say any more…

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Crown and Shuttle, Shoreditch

This hip and happening Shoreditch pub welcomes all Proessco lovers, with fizz on tap! Frizzanti Classico (Draught) is £5 a glass, or if you fancy something else why not try a bottle of the NV Prosecco Brut, Stella d’Italia.

This is an old pub with a revamped style- exposed brickwork, stripped back plaster work and low slung lighter. Enjoy a chilled glass of something in this ‘brewery’ chic. atmosphere.

 

By Anna Johnston

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