The best bar/ café means a place which is different and unique alongwith best services. For some, the best cafes/ bars means a great ambiance and interior and for others, it is delicious food and service, but all this needs to be perfect to make a fantastic bar/pub. This world is full of thousands of cafes/ pubs but some are just exceptionally beautiful. From classic London pubs to amazing NYC bars, we have listed below the world’s most beautiful places to get a drink. Check out the list below:
Café L’Affiche, LondonView this post on Instagram
Next time you’re in Amsterdam, you have to head over to L’Affiche Pub. It’s where all the locals go, so you know it’s the place to be! It’s truly got everything you could possibly want in a pub on vacation: delicious beer, great company, and beautiful flowers (something you probably didn’t know you needed). We hear they have really great food too 😋 #VinePair 📷: @windmilldreams
This café in Amsterdam is the popular hangout place. It has delightful outdoor seating and cozy interiors. Visit this café for delicious beer, and food.
The Churchill Arms, LondonView this post on Instagram
How many times have you visited London? Once? Twice? Comment below. The last time I featured a shot from the Churchill Arms was last winter – but this cracking photo by @a_ontheroad shows its full beauty in the summertime! ‘Cor blimey love, look at all them bloomin’ hanging baskets! . Close to Kensington Palace, this pub is a perfect place for a pint. It’s found between the Kensington and Notting Hill areas. We all know this general location from the much loved Richard Curtis’ film “Notting Hill” and of course “Love Actually”. Now the origin of the name “Notting Hill” is uncertain although an early version appears in the Patent Rolls of 1356 as Knottynghull while an 1878 text, Old and New London, reports that the name derives from a manor in Kensington called “Knotting-Bernes,”, “Knutting-Barnes,” or “Nutting-barns”. Yeah, Notting Hill is a lot easier to remember ‘ta very much. . Looks like the heat has left us once again as we are back down to 19c (66F) in Cheshire, England. Jumpers out… fire on.. nearly time for pumpkin lattes? Great shot by @a_ontheroad 🇬🇧 Want your Photos of Britain to be featured? Follow and tag us in your best shots… Cheers! 🍻
It is the best one in London’s endless pubs list. It was built in 1750 and is the real-ale-serving public house. Its signature flower arrangements cost over $30,000 a year to maintain and the setting is beautiful.
The Baxter Inn, Sydney
This place offers more than 100 whiskeys to choose from. They have a long waiting line infornt of the pub but the wait is worth it, so you must visit this place. They also have Japanese scotch.
The Cross Keys, LondonView this post on Instagram
Located in Covent Garden, it is away from London’s top tourist attractions. They have a lovely ornate exterior with Victorian interiors that houses mirrors, pictures, road signs, brass pots and cornucopia of ornaments.
Maison Sauvage, ParisView this post on Instagram
It is situated in Paris’s Paris’s photogenic Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood it is a people watcher paradise. Through the restaurant’s top, you can watch the world moving and enjoy a homemade cocktail drink.
Caffe Dante, NYCView this post on Instagram
We seriously cannot get enough of Dante, one of the world’s best cocktail bars. Situated in Greenwich Village in NYC, the cocktails this 100 year-old bar makes are truly mind-blowing. Their cocktail menu spans 4 pages, two of which are variations of the classic Negroni (we recommend getting literally any of these variations -all are equally curious and delicious). #VinePair 📷: @chloejg
This café is located in the heart of Greenwich Village and is favorite among the people since it opened its doors in 1915. You won’t find a better place to enjoy a classic drink than Dante’s terrace. Its historical interiors remain intact with modem cuisines and world-class cocktails. It specializes in amaro cocktails.