Slurp while you shop: Discover the mulled wine takeaway hotspots

There’s something kind of magical about sipping mulled wine in December.

Whether it’s the rich spice aroma, the warmth in your gloved hands, or just the liquor itself making ya woozy, it’s a drink that makes Christmas.  

Though when you’ve left your shopping until the last minute or want to mooch around the festive markets, sitting in a boozer swigging it by the gallon isn’t always practical.

To help you out in your moment of need, the splendid team over at TimeOut have assembled a list of all the London pubs serving takeaway mulled wine this winter.

So, if you know your star anise from your lemon zest, and your cinnamon stick from your cloves, take a peek below for the best places across the capital.  

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Clissold Park Tavern, Stoke Newington

This lively, independent boozer in Hackney is also serving hot toddies and mulled cider too.

The Grapes, Limehouse

Take a trip to one of the oldest pubs in London, just a stone’s throw from Canary Wharf.

The Lauriston, Victoria Park

Famed for its delicious stone-baked pizzas, these guys are serving Christmas drinks galore.  

Red Lion and Sun, Highgate

Not content with just winter warmers, this gastropub is offering frozen margaritas too!

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Renegade Wine, Bethnal Green

This urban winery is gifting mulled wine by the glass or grab a free one if you buy a bottle.

Sun Tavern, Bethnal Green

If mulled wine doesn’t tickle your pickle, try a hot punch instead from this whiskey house.

Pelton Arms, Greenwich

A must-go for boozy hot chocolates lovers!

The Vault 1894, Tower Bridge

Take a trip to this hidden gem for a festive Baileys coffee.

Diogenes the Dog, Walworth

The neighbourhood wine specialist is serving red, white and rosé spiked with spiced brandy.

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Gallipoli, Angel

This cosy restaurant is very inviting, so be prepared that you might not want to leave.

The Three Stags, Kennington

An authentic London pub that delivers great beer, organic wine, and ethical food.

The Empress, Victoria Park

Here, you can grab hot spiced cider to-go, or stay for a bite of their seasonal menu.

Fugitive Motel, Bethnal Green

A contemporary bar and kitchen that will send you to craft beer and cocktail heaven.

The Great Exhibition, East Dulwich

Up the ante with an extra shot of brandy, Cointreau, or sloe gin.

You can thank us later!

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