If there's a place to embrace authentic, 1950s Italian culture in London, Bar Termini is it. From the pocket-sized venue, clad in marble, dark wood and green leather, to the equally pocket-sized negronis, served in custom-made glasses, everything about cocktail maestro Tony Conigliaro's sleek joint in Soho reeks of La Dolce Vita-style glamour. There are three negronis on offer: the rosato (infused with rose petals and dangerously easy to drink); the superiore (a punchy, pink peppercorn-infused iteration); and classico; as well as a selection of other delectable tipples to wet your whistle. And the snacks! Mini ham and cheese paninis, prosciutto crudo, burrata and beef carpaccio are some of the options with which to soak up all that booze – or you can sober up with strong, aromatic Italian coffee.