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London's best after-work drink spots

Sometimes, when you've had a hard day in the office, all you want to do is get out on the dot and grab a drink (or three).

However, it's always a bit tricky to find places close to work that are a) nice enough that you don't have to wipe the surfaces before you sit down, and b) stock a white wine that doesn't leave you with a killer hangover the next day.

With that in mind, we've hunted down some of London's best post-work watering holes help you get a decent drink sharpish.

Choose from Central, West, East and South London spots, as well as a mix of various bars that offer intimate settings, brilliant views and superb cocktails.

As always, let us know if you think we've missed out your favourite in the comments below or tweet us @StylistMagazine.

(Main image: Rex Features)

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