The Library Bar

The Library Bar

One of the Capital's most celebrated cocktail destinations, The Library Bar – distinguished by its outstanding mixology and venerable "liquid museum" of spirits – offers the warm and intimate atmosphere of a private club accompanied by a vibrant ambiance that makes it a popular choice with Knightsbridge and Belgravia's well-heeled locals as well as hotel guests. The bar is home to cognacs dating back to the 1770s, as well as spectacularly prepared cocktails by a team of award-winning experts including Bar Manager Mickael Perron and Head Bartender Sofiane Barthélémy.

"The atmosphere is a cool mix of classic and contemporary, the perfect setting for the most British of cocktails...." Condé Nast Traveller

"A Classic. Perhaps the classic…One great bar." Tatler

Library Bar Entertainment

live from 6.45pm to 9.45pm

Providing a safe space for live entertainment, The Library Bar is proud to showcase a selection of London's finest performers.

On Friday nights, our resident Piano Man Brian Morris takes centre stage. Read more about Brian here.  

Alternate Thursday Nights

Kate Threlfall

Kate is a soulful London-based musician who brings warmth and heart to the stage. As a singer and instrumentalist, Kate enjoys performing across the UK and Europe, with past highlights including shows at La Mamounia Marrakesh, Ronnie Scott’s and Jazz Café. As well as writing and producing her own music, she also works as a session musician for the likes of Michael Bolton and Ellie Goulding, to name a few. Kate draws on her influences of Soul, Jazz, Pop and even Classical to deliver a relaxing and engaging performance.

Alternate Thursday Nights

Graeme Heerden

Graeme is a young, experienced performer who charms the audience with his silky voice, bold piano playing and personality on stage. After graduating from Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, he moved to London where he regularly performs at some of London's most popular bars and clubs. Whether it's his take on a song freshly released or singing an old school classic, you'll be able to tap your foot and enjoy good music all evening, listening to him.

Spirit Selection

With bottles dating back to 1770, The Library Bar exudes old-world charm and treats guests to a truly unique experience. Awarded 'Cognac Drinks List of the Year' by Imbibe Magazine in 2016.

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The Single Malt

Aiming to surprise and delight everyone, from whisky cocktail drinkers to the collectors of fine and rare Scotch whiskies, The Library Bar is celebrating its expertly curated collection of single malts, allowing you to enjoy rare and precious drams in pure form or as part of the signature cocktail list.

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Our Unique Twist

Whether a drink at the end of a long day of meetings or a celebratory glass to toast a special occasion, everyone likes to be able to select a drink they know and love. Learn more about The Library Bar team's commitment to push the boundaries.

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Practical information

Opening hours

Thursday and Friday
Withdrawing Room Closed, Library Bar open from 4pm to 9.30pm
Saturday and Sunday
Withdrawing Room open from 12pm to 9.30pm, Library Bar open from 12noon to 9.30pm
Monday to Wednesday
Closed

Contact

Tel
+44 (0)20 7259 5599
Address
Hyde Park Corner, London SW1X 7TA

Dress code

What to wear
Smart casual and beautiful evening wear are permitted for both men and women. We reserve the right to refuse entry to those who does not meet the standard of dress required.

Espresso Martinis at Home

Library Bar Manager Mickael Perron brings us a selection of his favourite cocktails, allowing you to create the magic of The Library Bar in your home. Ingredients and methods included. 

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Tasting menu with matching wines

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