All Of The London Pubs And Bars Offering Takeaway Mulled Wine

Published . By Isobel Watkins.

While trips to our favourite bars and restaurants are back on the cards, there's still plenty of alfresco fun to be had (and many of us simply want a high-quality tipple from the comfort of home). So, as the most wonderful time of year approaches, we’ve rounded up all the London bars and pubs offering mulled wine to take away, perfect for warming up your hands during a crisp winter walk or stocking up for a well-deserved festive bash.


North London

The Woodman: This charming pub is the perfect place to grab a takeaway mulled wine near Highgate Wood. Sip and stroll before heading back to make the most of the watering hole's gorgeous Sunday roasts.

Red Lion and Sun: Open ‘til late over the festive period, including a midnight closure on Christmas Eve, The Red Lion and Sun has resurrected its takeaway shack. Head over to grab mulled wine and freshly poured pints.

The Gatehouse: This is an ideal spot to grab a takeaway mulled wine before heading out on a picturesque stroll around Hampstead Heath.

Gallipoli: This Angel café and bistro is serving up seasonal sips to go, so mosey on over for a warming cup of the good stuff.

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Perfect for a winter day stroll, The Gatehouse offers hot toddies and mulled wine to takeaway.

South London

Diogenes The Dog: Diogenes The Dog's mulled wine comes infused with its house-made spiced brand mix and is perfectly paired with a freshly baked mince pie.

Borough Wines: Looking for a mulled wine takeaway near London Bridge? Borough Wines is one of our top recommendations. Explore the bustling local market before grabbing a mug of the steaming sip and strolling along the River Thames.

The Joiners Arms: The Joiners Arms is the Camberwell spot known for its gourmet Sunday roasts and extensive craft beer offerings. But now? You can stop by for mulled wine and boozy hot chocolates to go.

Bar Aspen: New kid on the block Bar Aspen is serving up mulled wine made of natural white and red vinos. The drink has been sweetened with raw honey and lovingly macerated in-house with brandy and spices. If you're heading on a ramble across Battersea Park, make sure to stop by here on the way.

The Three Stags: One of the cosiest spots in Kennington for a slap-up roast and Baileys hot chocolate, The Three Stags also offers warm cups of the spicy stuff throughout the festive season.

Whittard of Chelsea: The hot drink specialists at Whittard of Chelsea have created a mulled tea, which is a blend of blackberry leaves, apples and cloves. This one's ideal for anyone who fancies a teetotal tipple.

Bar Under The Bridge: For takeaway mulled wine in South Bank, you've gotta check out Bar Under The Bridge. It's offering the Christmassy concoction by the carafe, which you can enjoy with a mate while strolling down the River Thames.

Southbank Market: If you fancy sipping mulled wine at a London Christmas market, Southbank centre has set up a twinkling row of alpine-style huts this winter. These are serving up everything from bratwurst and truffle burgers to eggnog and spiced vino.

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Both the Southbank Centre's winter market and Diogenes The Dog are warming you up on frosty days.

East London

The Great Exhibition: When it comes to takeaway mulled wine in East Dulwich, The Great Exhibition is a guaranteed winner. Perk up your next winter walk with a cup of something warm which you can spike with a shot of brandy, Cointreau or even sloe gin.

The Sun Tavern: The Sun Tavern in Bethnal Green has once again re-opened its hatch, selling festive mugs of mulled wine to take away every day. One of the best places for mulled wine in London for 2021? We think so.

Clissold Park Tavern: The perfect pitstop for a socially distanced winter walk, Clissold Park Tavern is perched on the edge of one of East London’s most charming green spaces. Pop by to warm yourself up with a takeaway mulled wine or steaming hot bramble.

Fugitive Motel: While sadly closed due to restrictions, Bethnal Green's Fugitive Motel is now delivering mulled wine to your doors so you can enjoy a tasty tipple from the comfort of home.

The Vault 1894: After a stroll down Tower Bridge taking in the gorgeous vistas of the City at its best, nab yourself a warming hot cup of mulled wine from The Vault 1894.

The Empress: There's nothing like a long ramble across Victoria Park on a beaut winter's day, especially when you have a cup of mulled wine or spiced cider from The Empress in tow.

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Pop by Fugitive Motel for takeaway winter tipples that are sure to warm the cockles.

West London

Thatched House: This Hammersmith favourite is located just a stone’s throw from Ravenscourt Park, offering some of the best winter warmer tipples around.

Fallow: Perfect for those weary Regent Street shoppers, Fallow will be serving up glasses of takeaway mulled wine every day. And while you're there? You can stock up on last-minute gifts, from bottled negroni cocktails to fine wines.

The Connaught Hotel: If you're after mulled wine in Central London, The Connaught is one of the city's most magical spots come Christmas time; pop by to grab a luxury hot chocolate or spiced mulled wine from its Alpine-inspired hütte.

Frenchie: Looking for mulled wine in Covent Garden? This snazzy, Parisian-style wine bar is warming your cockles with tasty cups of the good stuff, which go perfectly with its freshly baked madeleine cakes.

VyTA: Keep cosy during your winter walks around Covent Garden with a takeaway from VyTa, which is serving Christmas in a cup from its gorgeous restaurant.

Market Corner: Renown for pouring out some of the best mulled wine in London, this Covent Garden hotspot is batting it out of the park when it comes to its warm, boozy infusions.

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Sorting out your seasonal Sundays, The Sun Tavern in Bethnal Green is selling warming mulled wine to go.

Looking for more seasonal inspiration? Check out our guide to the best winter pop-ups in London here.