Top 5 London Prosecco bars

Prosecco House

Last year London got its own Prosecco palace in the form of Prosecco House in Tower Bridge; a glitzy bar dedicated to the Italian sparkler.

Prosecco House offers 20 Proseccos sourced by owner Kristina Issa from family-run estates in the Veneto, including five that are exclusive to Prosecco House – Marchiori, Rivalta, Cirotto, Tasi Bio and Andreola.

Glasses of fizz start from £7.50 and bottles £30, with magnums and Jeroboams available for groups. The bar also serves classic Prosecco cocktails like the Aperol Spritz and Bellini alongside cicchetti.

The opulent interiors feature burnt orange velvet bar stools, Italian marble and antique bronze tables with mirrored glass surfaces. All of the Proseccos on the list are available to buy to take home, and can be delivered via UberEats and Deliveroo.

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