Standing at Green Park Station, you could be overwhelmed by the sheer number of amazing bars at your fingertips. Arguably, the hardest thing for you to do will be to choose just one of them. Whether you want a strong cocktail or a light wine, a traditional pub or something a little more indulgent — you’re only a few steps away from your next great night.

To make your decision a little easier, we’ve taken a look at some of the best bars near Green Park Station, no matter what kind of place you’re looking for.

The Audley Public House 

With a history dating back as far as 1888, this traditional neighbourhood pub is steeped in culture. The stylish Victorian interior of The Audley Public House will take you on a trip back in time as pictures of what the pub has looked like over the years adorn the many walls. Ceiling art by London-based artist Phyllida Barlow offers a striking dose of the contemporary to the bar, providing a welcome splash of colour as you enjoy a drink from The Audley’s generous menu.

Affordable bar food and an assortment of pub favourites will make sure you never go hungry, while it offers brews from a host of British and international suppliers alike. This mashup of the traditional and the contemporary makes having a drink at The Audley a unique experience, and one that you simply have to try for yourself.

41-43 Mount Street, London, W1K 2RX

11 minute walk from Green Park Station


One of the more opulent bars in the area, Bacchanalia is a feast for all the senses. Its beautifully decorated interior pays homage to Greco-Roman sculpture, and murals adorn the walls and ceilings to provide a truly unique bar experience — definitely one for your Instagram feed.

Enjoy a host of Mediterranean-inspired cocktails at the breathtaking marble bar. Or, if you’d rather, make a selection from one of Bacchanalia’s many fine wines — including its own-label wines and Champagne.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy one of London’s truly special experiences.

1-3 Mount St, London, W1K 3NA

8 minute walk from Green Park Station

Mr Fogg’s Apothecary 

One of the more interesting bars near Green Park, Mr Fogg’s Apothecary is themed around the main character from ‘Around the World in 80 Days.’ It joins an expanding roster of Mr Fogg’s-themed bars, but this venture is a more understated and classier space than its predecessors.

Enter through the double doors and descend the staircase into a Victorian-themed underground space. Despite the grandfather clocks and other old-world furnishings designed to please the eye, the star of the show is the bar’s cocktails.

Each drink is branded as a tonic, potion, or elixir and comes served in a quirky vial or bottle. Enjoy a ‘Quack’s Compound’ to heal your melancholy, while a ‘Dram Stoker’ should clear up any indigestion. For those looking for something a little different, you won’t find much that can match Mr Fogg’s Apothecary.

34 Brook Street, London, W1K 5DN

13 minute walk from Green Park Station


Jak’s Mayfair

Jak’s Mayfair functions as a cafe, a restaurant, and a bar, offering something for everyone. However, its cocktail bar is the real showstopper. The basement bar is styled like a speakeasy, with colourful furnishings and a backlit bar providing a sense of vibrance. 

Dance the night away to live music at the weekend, or enjoy a more relaxing vibe during the week by indulging in Jak’s extensive list of wines, contemporary and classic cocktails, or even their very own Jak’s and Zefi brew beer. Prices are more than reasonable, so enjoy your night without having to worry about your wallet.

43 South Molton Street, London, W1K 5RS

13 minute walk from Green Park Station


Brooks Mews Wine House 

If beer and cocktails aren’t really your thing, why not check out one of Mayfair’s newest wine offerings? Brooks Mews Wine House opened its doors in the summer of 2021 and provides two floors solely focused on wine. 

The ground floor spills out into an outdoor terrace and houses an extensive collection of over 150 wines from around the world. Head upstairs to the mezzanine to find a comfortable and colourful lounge where you can sit and enjoy your wine and even a perfectly prepared charcuterie board.

Enjoy a quieter experience in Brooks Mews, with it sitting behind Claridge’s hotel down a very quaint cobbled street. Chat with the knowledgeable and welcoming staff, before appreciating the more than reasonable prices on offer.

24 Brooks Mews, London, W1K 4EA

11 minute walk from Green Park Station


Le Magritte Bar & Terrace 

Step back into the roaring ‘20s in this vintage American bar. Sitting in the lobby of the Beaumont Hotel, this classic cocktail spot oozes elegance. The dark, wood-panelled walls of La Magritte Bar & Terrace hold a host of portraits of American greats from yesteryear, while red leather and blue velvet accents add a timeless sense of class to the bar.

Channel your inner Sinatra as you indulge in one of La Magritte’s famous cocktails. With a host of classics on offer, including a fantastic Negroni, you can sit, sip, and really soak in the atmosphere.

The Beaumont, Brown Hart Gardens, London, W1K 6TF

15 minute walk from Green Park Station