Prohibition style cocktails and craft beer sit comfortably next to each other on the menu here.
- 7-9 St James's Street , London, SW1A 1EE
- +44 (0) 20 7321 2111
- Opening Times
- Mon-Fri 10.00-22.30
- Insider Information
- Try the Bourbon Trail - a flight of three vintage spirits.
Time Out Says…
Avenue opened in 1997, at a time when St James’s was still playing FTSE and the area’s hedge fund managers were indulging in ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ excess. The bar is still a major draw, helped along by great snacks, friendly bar staff, well-crafted cocktails, and an impressive wine list with some terrific wine flights.Read more…
Square Meal Says…
A unique chandelier fashioned from wine glasses takes centre stage in the dining room, while the menu offers contemporary US dishes ranging from clam chowder served in sourdough with littleneck clams and crumbled bay crackers to sharing plates from the Josper grill...The 200-bin wine list focuses on American and Old World classics, with a Coravin system allowing diners to sample prestige wines by the glass or ‘pail’.Read more…
Harper's Bazaar Says…
The evening vibe is unashamedly glamorous, with a spectacular new interior by Russell Sage and central drinks bar setting the right tone – this is somewhere to let the night slip away. Among the 'prohibition inspired' cocktails is the Sidecar – a drink that found fame at Harry's Bar in New York and whose mixture of lemon juice, triple sec and rum slipped down rather too well.Read more…