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Dirty Martini opens their third bar on the City's Bishopsgate. Expect an effortlessly cool interior, excellent service and a great choice of both classic and signature cocktails.

Ranked #583 of 2091 pubs & bars in London
"With a bespoke range of Martinis and signature cocktails, glamorous interiors and some of London’s best DJs, Dirty Martini Bishopsgate is the perfect destination for after-work indulgence, pre-club cocktails, sophisticated celebrations or a stylish late night party."

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Opening Hours
MON

15:00 - 01:00

TUE

15:00 - 01:00

WED

15:00 - 03:00

THU

15:00 - 03:00

FRI

15:00 - 03:00

SAT

13:00 - 03:00

SUN

15:00 - 01:00

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By Anna G.

I've been to the Dirty Martini in Covent Garden and I have to say this one is equally as good! The martini's were great, (love the Lychee one) and they also do some unique creations like the Carrot cake one! Definitely a good shout if your heading for drinks after work x


By Damian D.

After trying out Dirty Martini in both Covent Garden & Hanover Sq I suggested that a group of us went to the one in Bishopsgate. Last Thursday 18/12 we booked an area from midnight. It was a corporate night out so a substantial amount of money was paid across the bar. The group had a great time. Everyone was in good spirits until.... One of the group was asked to leave because he was "drunk". This was not the case at all. There was no-one in the group slumped on the floor/falling over/being rowdy or anything like that... whilst outside it was noticed that in a short period of time 12 people were escorted out and 12 new people were allowed in! This bar runs a scam! The bouncers will start to pick on individuals asking them to leave which in turn means their group leaves meaning that more people are allowed in and hence they gain more money from entrance fees... Speaking to the manager at the time he said that he did not think that the individual in the group had done anything wrong but he could not go against his bouncers! The last time a Dirty Martini will be visited - Shame


By Serina C.

Happy hour at Dirty Martini is great, 6-10pm ! no where in the city does a happy hour that long. The cocktails on offer are bellins and martini based ones, all others are full price (dont be fooled into thinking its all coctails). I had a nice few bellini's and enjoyed the atmosphere. The big let down were the staff. Not very friendly and while I was waiting at the bar for 10 minutes they served others before me, men in particular, are women stading at bars second class ? Thats how we felt that night. Sadly that put me off so wont be returning.


By Johann B.

Great addition to the dirty martini chain, its quickly became a regular haunt for myself and friends that work in the city. Friday nights are epic and only a stones throw away from the station ;-P.


By Dale E.

Over the years I’ve frequented the other dirty martini bars in Covent garden and Mayfair, City branch is equally as good. The staff are friendly and the atmosphere is buzzing on a Friday night.


By Roxanne R.

It's the stylish cocktail franchise's newest venture, and its City location – a stone's throw from Liverpool Street station – couldn't be more suitable.

The Venue
Situated right opposite Liverpool Street Station, along a row of supermarkets, eateries and shops, this new cocktail bar has an easy-to-find location in a central spot. Head down the luxe-looking stairs and you'll hit a huge basement bar that's a world away from the hustle and bustle of City life. It's surprisingly spacious with stylish wooden floors, glass walls, exposed brickwork and a selection of green and pink sofas and chairs suitable for every occasion, from dates to large parties. The lighting is dim and disco-like, which adds to the modern, almost 70s-inspired decor. The bar runs alongside one of the walls and there is plenty of space to get served. There's even a small area in front of where the DJ plays if you feel the need to have a dance.

The Atmosphere
The cocktail bar is undoubtedly lively – like a lot of neighbouring venues. And, as with many surrounding City haunts, suited workers from nearby offices make up pretty much all the clientele on the weekdays, while the weekend sees a lot of people from outside of London who've got the train in for a ‘big night out’. A DJ spins commercial chart favourites, while the bar opens until 3am at the end of the week – so what looked to be just a few drinks really could end up being a night on the tiles.

The Food
You better like your food ‘dirty’ – the menu is made up of Dirty Minis, Dirty Bites and Dirty Platters. Dirty Minis include mini skewers (three chargrilled cheese, meat or fish skewers, from £6.75), mini hot dogs (£8.75) and mini burgers (£8.75). Matchstick chips with ailoi (£4.75) and chargrilled teriyaki beef skewers with a soy and ginger dressing (£6.95) are a couple of the Dirty Bites options. Meanwhile, Dirty Platters include a range of items from the rest of the menu from £15.95. Portions are pretty small for the price – like many other places in the area – but they're only really designed to be picked at alongside your drinks. And aside from the hotdogs and sliders, there’s not an awful lot ‘dirty’ about this snack menu – in fact, food ties in nicely with the bar’s sleek and chic style.

The Drink
If you love cocktails, this is the place for you. And even if you don't, they're so well mixed you should probably try one anyway. The Lychee Martini (£8.50) is made with Beefeater gin and shaken with lychee liqueur. It's beautifully made with a garnish of half a lychee and an almost syrupy taste – it’s perfect for those with a seriously sweet tooth. For a subtler flavour, the new Tea Thyme (£9) is a good pick. Muddled together in a long glass and made with Absolute Tea Vodka, yellow chartreuse & creme de cerise, as well as fresh raspberries, thyme and pomegranate juice, it's a unique yet delicious drink with a fruity yet herb-infused taste. If cocktails aren't your thing, bottles of beer include Asahi, Corona, Negra Modelo and Doom Bar and start at £4.45 for a 330ml bottle. There are also 10 red wines, 10 white wines and three roses on offer. Expect to pay around a fiver for a decent small glass.

The Last Word
Glamorous, chic and cocktail-focused – whether you need something to take the edge off a cancelled train or are after a big Thursday or Friday night out, this new bar really is spot on for the City.

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