Is there anything more wonderfully decadent these increasingly chill autumn nights than the prospect of getting ready for an evening out with the knowledge that you will soon be enjoying not only the company of friends or a loved one in a bustling or intimate venue (as suits each taste), but combining that with the addition of an elegant cocktail in hand (whether female or no – not every cocktail is of pinkish hue, after all)? If that tantalises, then rejoice: London Cocktail Week is in the capital until 7th October, culminating a week of celebrating the best in mixology.

Here are some top City venues to pay a visit to before it closes this weekend. Be sure to buy your £10 digital pass (available through the DrinkUp.London app) before you head out, in order to take advantage of £6 speciality cocktails, as listed below. We know where we’ll be this weekend… Cheers!

1. Be at One Monument, King William Street

The digital pass entitles you to the LCW speciality cocktail, Jamaican Me Crazy (Jamaican Overproof Rum, Banana Liqueur, Coffee and Caramel), at this popular chain of City bars (the other to be found in Square Mile locale include Be At One Farringdon, on Charterhouse Street, and another on Old Street in Shoreditch). Jamaican Me Crazy is branded a “more exciting ‘on-the-go’ breakfast”. Oh my…

2. Bread Street Kitchen, Bread Street

Located in One New Change, St. Paul’s, this is a vibrant Gordon Ramsay restaurant and bar. An ideal location for a (pricey otherwise) lunchtime sip or two, your digital pass here provides access to the LCW specially mixed cocktail, Rumbulion in the Jungle (Bacardi Carta Oro, Crème de Cassis, Pineapple Juice, Lime Juice and Rosemary Syrup).

3. City of London Distillery, Bride Lane

A lovely after work bar, often referred to as “a hidden gem”, the digital pass permits a choice of two LCW cocktails at CoLD (the City of London Distillery): The Fig Cheese (CoLD Christopher Wren Gin, Fig Liqueur, Lemon juice and Red wine vinegar garnished with a cube of Applewood Cheddar) or the lower ABV Charlie Chaplin (City of London Sloe gin, Apricot liqueur and Lime juice). Sinner or saint? The choice is yours.

4. City Social, Old Broad Street

Think Michelin-starred dining in Tower 42; an atmospheric venue for a less than simple supper. Here, a digital pass enables a tempting taste of the LCW mix Lillet in the City (Lillet Rose Aromatised Wine, Apricot liquor, Homemade Lime Cordial and Peychaud’s Bitters topped with Light Tonic). Classy, a cocktail for those who ooze chic.

5. Demon, Wise & Partners, Throgmorton Street

Another fabulous after work bar, Demon, Wise & Partners is a classic example of a cocktail bar, located beneath The Arbitrager in the City of London’s very heart. This venue offers a trio of specialist LCW cocktails, from the full blown ‘alcofrolic’ The Great Dictator (Hayman’s Old Tom gin, Hayman’s Sloe gin, yuzu juice and apricot shrub), to the lower ABV The Kid (Hayman’s Sloe gin, yuzu juice and apricot shrub) and even a non-alcoholic Twayblade Spritz (Twayblade non-alcoholic aperitif and soda). There really is something for everyone to enjoy here.