Our Bar Team are excited to introduce you to our Classic Cocktail Hour!
Every Monday – Friday between 7:30pm and 8:30pm enjoy something from our classic cocktail list for just £9.50, or 25% off all draughts. For anyone taking it easy in the New Year, or for those who just want to keep a clear head our mocktail menu packs all the flavour without the alcohol.
Swan’s Classic Cocktails
Bombay Sapphire gin, lemon, creme de mure
Finlandia vodka, Fair cafe liqueur, Rocket coffee
Woodford Reserve whisky, Angostura bitters, brown sugar
Finlandia vodka, ginger syrup, lime, Fever-tree ginger beer
Bacardi Blanco rum, mint, lime, Fever-tree soda
Bacardi Blanco rum, lime, sugar
Prosecco, creme de cassis, lemon
Olmeca Blanco tequila, Fair kumquat liqueur, lime
If cocktails aren’t quite your thing, we are also offering 25% off all draughts during Classic Hour, and will be offering some alcohol-free mocktails for anyone taking it easy too – whether you are taking on Dry January, or just prefer to keep a clear head.
Cheers! Salute! Kampai! Cin Cin! Prost! However you say it, come down and toast a friend during our Classic Cocktail Hour every Monday – Friday between 7:30pm and 8:30pm in the Swan Bar. We’d recommend Friday Nights, when you can also enjoy music at one of our evening DJ sessions. Because we can’t think of a better way to end the week than with a cocktail in hand and some zesty grooves in the background!
Swan at Shakespeare’s Globe has been a partner of the iconic Globe Theatre for over a decade, overseeing the bar, restaurant and events spaces as well as the theatre’s cafes and tap houses. Across the site we offer a wide range of dining options including breakfast, brunch and casual lunch dishes, through to creative canapes, bowl foods, afternoon tea and a la carte dining. Likewise our cellar has an extensive choice of wines and beers, and we offer a beautiful range of seasonal cocktails. Centrally located on London’s Bankside, the Swan bar and restaurant is right on the River Thames, and a short walk from London Blackfriars, London Cannon Street and London Bridge, as well as Borough Market and the Tate Modern.