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Simmons Mornington Crescent information

Open on Camden High Street, Simmons is a stones throw from Mornington Crescent station. Expect a good selection of cocktails served in stylish surroundings.

Ranked #711 of 2091 pubs & bars in London
"Simmons Mornington Crescent is conveniently located a 30 second walk from Mornington Crescent tube station. Come and indulge with delicious cocktails, draught beer and an extensive wine list whilst relaxing in our delightfully kitsch and quirky surroundings. You'll even find a retro games console accompanied by a great selection of old school games."

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

16:00 - 00:30

TUE

16:00 - 00:30

WED

16:00 - 00:30

THU

16:00 - 01:30

FRI

16:00 - 01:30

SAT

16:00 - 01:30

SUN

16:00 - 22:30

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By Lucy N.

Highly recommend this venue for after work drinks and great tasting cocktails at a decent price. The staff are really personable and knowledgeable, service we received was fantastic. it has a really nice cool, laid back atmosphere but isn't pretentious at all.


By Jason D.

Recommended to me by a friend that works close by and what a great little place. Went for drinks before having a meal close by and ended up back here afterwards! Loely drinks and staff and very resonable. The Happy hour...need i say more.


By Mariusz G.

Very nice little place to have a drink in. Lovely cocktails and staff. Love the ambience of the bar. Recommend to everybody to try ;)


By Nicho C.

A really great little place I stumbled upon last weekend, it was recommended to me by a friend so I decided to check it out before going to Koko. Cocktails were tasty and well priced, pretty sure it was 2 for £10 up until 9pm. Left very happy and will be returning very soon!


By Freddy P.

This Camden cocktail bar is small but inviting, with a novel drinks menu and a friendly atmosphere.

The Venue
Simmons’ flagship venue is located in King’s Cross, but a new, diminutive outlet has opened at the foot of Camden High Street, just minutes from Mornington Crescent tube station. Past the all-glass exterior, the bar is divided into two rooms, each with its own peculiar quirks. The front room is packed with tables and stools, surrounded by shelves full of vintage lampshades and crowned with a skull-shaped mirrorball – an impressive and rather daunting talking point. The backroom, meanwhile, combines retro school desks with offbeat prints, ornaments and fairy lights lining the walls. The main bar can be found out front, with an assortment of mirrors, blackboards and even a vintage fruit machine among all the cocktail-making paraphernalia.

The Atmosphere
A friendly, unpretentious venue to retreat to after a day’s work in the surrounding area, Simmons should be a major draw for Camden cocktail enthusiasts thanks to its low lighting, young clientele and lively soundtrack. Plans are afoot to bring regular events and food nights to the bar, but in the meantime both rooms are available to hire for groups of up to 100 – handy for birthdays and low-key celebrations.

The Drink
The bar staff have augmented their standard cocktail menu (£7-£9) with a selection of delicious homemade recipes, including the New York Holiday – an unusual yet enticing mix of bourbon and fresh strawberries – and the Toblerone crafted from Baileys, Kalhua, Frangelico and cream. Teapots of ‘G & Tea’, etc, are also available for fans of twee crockery (£20-£25, serves three-four people), and selected cocktails are two-for-£10 between 4pm and 9pm every day.

The Last Word
An unassuming yet inviting little bar with top-notch original cocktails, Simmons Camden looks set to carry on the good work of its King’s Cross counterpart.

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