There are so many London bars in Made In Chelsea that are worth a visit.
Made in Chelsea shows all the finer things in life: expensive jewellery, flashy cars, and the most iconic venues. Although it may be hard to believe, the restaurants and bars featured in the show aren’t actually green screens, but are real venues that you can check out for yourself. So, if you’re feeling super fancy and want to live in the London royals lives for a day, then check out our 10 featured London bars in Made in Chelsea.
Address: 350 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UU
Located in West London, Bluebird is one of the most popular bars in Made in Chelsea. Not only is it a modern European restaurant and bar, with a food store and outside terraces, it also features some of the best moments of the series. With their cocktails making a heavy appearance across the show, alongside the heft price that comes along with them, Bluebird is a top London bar for anyone who loves watching our favourite West Londoners on the telly.
Address: 9 Phene St, London SW3 5NY
Turning our attention away from a fancy restaurant to a now just as fancy pub, we have The Phene. With plush, deep sofas and an outdoor fireplace, it’s no wonder the Made in Chelsea cast have no problem filming there. Despite the hustle and bustle of the city, it is a tranquil hide-out spot with stunning features running throughout; a world away from any drama.
Address: 121 Holborn, London EC1N 2TD
Bounce Farringdon is a favourite London bar in Made in Chelsea, and possibly one of the most unique ones featuring in the show. A 1950s style cocktail bar and pizza restaurant, alongside 17 ping pong tables throughout the venue, it probably comes to no surprise that the cast can let out their competitive side at this bar. With a fun atmosphere, we really start to see their childish side come through the screens.
Address: 354 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UZ
Open to all in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Beaufort House is an award-winning brassiere offering all-day European dining and afternoon tea, plus a champagne bar (because why not, right?). With stunning interior design, they also have a private members club, which us who don’t live in luxury might stay away from for a while, but it’s nice to get an insight of it on screen.
Address: 7 Sloane Square, London SW1W 8EE
Located closer to central London but still in the heart of Chelsea, The Botanist is pretty much always filled with the after-work and Chelsea crowd, and despite its popularity, still manage to serve delicious cocktails. If you fancy bumping into the Made in Chelsea cast, then definitely check out their famous, mouth-watering afternoon teas – they’re totally spiffing!
Address: 333 Fulham Rd., London SW10 9QL
A stylish gastropub with classic British-Italian fusion cuisines, The Goat Chelsea is a huge favourite among the cast, so try making sure you’re not too surprised when you get served with quit a large bill. The stars aren’t cheap with their choices of venues, but something tells us that this funky cocktail place might actually be worth it.
Address: 2A Worship St, London EC2A 2AH
Our first venture out of Chelsea and into east London to Shoreditch, we honestly never thought we’d see them here either, we have Flight Club. Home of social darts and an electric atmosphere, it can probably be expected that you find the Made in Chelsea cast sipping on Prosecco in their private booths. However, if you fancy a twist on your classic game of darts with some bespoke cocktails, the stars have chosen pretty well here.
Address: 541 King’s Rd, London SW6 2EB
A venture into late-night drinks, or even a chilled brunch, The Jam Tree is another top London bar in Made in Chelsea. Not only does it have a super cute beer garden, but the gastropub’s emphasis on freshness and quality is not to be questioned here. With fresh cuisines from around the world, The Jam Tree is simply an oasis hideaway from the bustle of Kings Road.
Address: New Change, London EC4M 9AF
With one of Europe’s largest public open-air roof terraces, Madison serves a gorgeous view of the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral, as well as some classic European wine and dishes. Boasting real Manhattan-style restaurant and eclectic cocktails, we can verify that this is definitely not a green screen when the Made in Chelsea cast come to visit!
Address: 533b King’s Rd, London SW10 0TZ
This Cuban inspired venue is not only a Made in Chelsea hotspot but also an iconic backdrop for many A-list celebrities. With exposed brickwork, splashed graffiti on the walls and vintage furniture dotted around, Embargo República is a world away from what we traditionally see the cast in, but at the same time it’s very refreshing – oh, and it also has the largest rooftop bar in SW10!
If you’re looking for some more inspiration for a London night out, then check our top 20 favourite rooftop bars too.