It's not a quiet, intimate romantic joint at all: it's loud, brash, drinks go down quickly and everyone ends up getting silly and dancing until doors close.
One for those dates that spiral gloriously out of control. Bounce is filled with table tennis tables, walls are artfully covered in graffiti and drinks are decent enough.
Hidden away in St Michael’s Alley, amid a labyrinth of charming medieval courts and backstreets near Monument, a warm welcome awaits those who seek out The Jamaica Wine House – affectionately known by locals as the Jampot.
London’s first ever coffee house opened here in 1652, counting Samuel Pepys amongst its earliest patrons.
Now, city workers and tourists make space in their diaries to visit for entirely different reasons - with fine ales, wines and superb dining making it one of the City’s top pubs and bars.
Offering guests the best of both worlds, the place is split in two to cater for all tastes.
Guests meet each other in a group format, rather than one-on-one.
This means the evening is far more sociable, less pressured, and guests meet all other guests during the evening.
Wine Dating parties are a great alternative to speed dating events, and are totally different to any other dating events around.
It's romantic, but not showy, and the wine is fairly priced, too.
Head down on a Sunday and a Monday and you'll catch some live music. All you really need to about this bar is that it's a damned good laugh.
With a gargantuan selection of spirits on offer, including many exceedingly hard-to-find ones, Gerry's is the place to come if you're after some obscure mezcal or a liqueur.
They have a lot of absinthe by the way, if you're inclined towards the green fairy.