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Be At One Monument is the largest of the groups bars with a capacity of 340. The award winning group has fully trained staff serving a comprehensive choice of both classic and signature cocktails.

Ranked #931 of 2091 pubs & bars in London
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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

16:30 - 00:00

TUE

16:30 - 00:00

WED

16:30 - 01:00

THU

16:30 - 02:00

FRI

16:30 - 02:00

SAT

16:30 - 02:00

SUN

16:30 - 00:00

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By Sophia B.

Absolutely fantastic bar, I have never felt so welcome in a bar as I have here. As soon as I entered I was greeted by a very happy (and very good looking) bar man and handed a menu. The menu is massive so I asked for a recommendation which was delicious. Definitely my new regular haunt, I am annoyed at myself for working in the area for over a year and only just visiting! See you soon Be at One.


By Sharon P.

Had a great time with you for our September social. The staff were friendly and very quick serving and the cocktails were yummy.


By C H.

Had a great night, good music and they can't serve you quick enough when you are ordering drinks and spending money. Night was ruined when one waiter decided to throw ice at our friend who was celebrating his birthday when we asked them to do a birthday celebration and it wasn't in a jokey way either. Then the manager overreacted to a genuinely reasonable request to play happy birthday to my friend, before I knew it security were on me to remove my one foot from the step to the bar. The way the manager acted was like i was dirt on his shoe. Never in 10 years of living in london have i been treated like that. Believe me I am the first person to get pissed off at drunk people being idiots and I can genuinely say I was not drunk or acting aggressively. I am a very passive girl and I have never been treated like that before. Girls beware - the manager is a nasty individual who obviously likes to feel like he is king of the sticky floored castle bar.


By Freddy P.

This Monument venue serves up liberal quantities of cocktails, in a cosy and likeable setting to boot.

The Venue
Be At One is an intimate cocktail bar on the northern side of London Bridge, across the road from Monument tube station and the Monument itself, both of which are visible from the bar's large front windows. The small first floor bar, accessible down a short tiled stairway, is tastefully decorated with dark wood floorboards and tables, which are spread over several levels creating intimate areas of conversation. Comfortable leather booths and stools provide ample seating, while there is an additional room downstairs with its own bar for overspill – a frequent occurrence after work hours. Lighting comes in the form of low-hung silver lamps and chandeliers. The solid wooden bar dominates the room with classy silver partitions for the many gallons of spirits on show, and the London Bridge vista allows the venue to appear airy and spacious, even at peak capacity.

The Atmosphere
Although the venue is one of many around the capital, the service is personalised and second-to-none, with friendly staff and a noticeably excellent playlist. The clientèle are a trendy, laid-back bunch, invariably stemming from the nearby City and London Bridge, and the atmosphere is relaxed and pleasant from the venue's opening time of 4:30pm (3pm on Fridays). The 5-7pm Happy Hour, which includes 2-for-1 deals on cocktails, is a major draw, and well attended cocktail making tutorials take place on an infrequent basis.

The Drink
Cocktails (£6-£9, £5 for shooters) are the order of the day at Be At One, with a menu several pages thick that showcases dozens of classics (Mojitos, Daiquiris, Martinis, etc.) alongside new creations. Among the latter is the Green Beast – absinthe, lime and syrup – and a number of eyebrow-raising yet delicious ice cream cocktails like the Kahlua Banana, made with vanilla ice cream. An ideal location for the more adventurous among you, although the bar also stocks a healthy amount of wine and bottled beers (£4.50-£5), including Innis & Gunn, Sol and Quilmes.

The Last Word
Alluring and ideally located, this intimate cocktail bar is definitely worth a visit on the way back from the City after work.

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