Discover Leicester Square

What's OnSet your pulse racing at the Empire Casino

Temporarily closed - On your next visit, why not discover some of Leicester Square's best kept bar secrets at the Empire Casino?
  • Dates 06/01/2020 - 30/04/2020
  • Location Empire Casino, 5-6 Leicester Square, WC2H 7NA
  • Price ££
Looking for an iconic London bar?Set in the heart of Leicester Square, upstairs at Empire Casino, Icon Balcony bar is a hidden gem. Escape the hustle and bustle of the West End streets and take a seat, either inside the cosy bar or out on the balcony.It’s the ideal venue for drinks with friends, an aperitif, or to unwind at the end of the evening.Set above the bustle of Leicester Square below, The Icon Balcony bar has one of the most exclusive vantage points.If you’re visiting Leicester Square because a film premiere is coming to town, you might want to reserve a table for the best seat in the house. Away from the crowds but overlooking the lights, camera, and all the action, this view is not to be missed!Reserve your table online here. Or make a reservation using the contact details below:

T: 0203 504 2490


Midweek moments and cocktail concoctionsVisit the Icon Balcony Bar, Carlsberg Sports Bar or Vapor Bar to sample a range of delectable cocktails – made with the freshest ingredients by expert mixologists.The featured specials are a specially selected mix of old and new, there’s something for everyone!Enjoy two-for-one on all cocktails, every day between 4pm and 8pm.Calling all the late-night music lovers of London far and wide, there’s a DJ playing every Friday and Saturday night from 10pm until late So reserve your table today for you and your mates!With a range of spirit and mixers, beers, prosecco and wines from just £3.50. You’re pockets are bound to feel mighty fine. But don’t take our word for it.Reserve your table online here.

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