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Four Sisters Townhouse

  • City
  • After Work
  • £££

A sprawling, four-storey building with a monthly changing cocktail list made with seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients.


5 Groveland Court, London, EC4M 9EH
+44 (0) 20 7248 5551
Opening Times
Mon-Tue 12.00-23.00
Wed 12.00-00.00
Thu-Fri 12.00-01.00


  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    It doesn’t quite reach the chic heights of that Clerkenwell staple, but the clash of fusty faux bookshelves with floral wallpaper and plush banquettes has its charms, as do the antique lamps and framed paintings dotted around. Cocktails aren’t as sophisticated, either – there’s not a dry martini in sight – but they’re all fun originals using premium spirits on a weekly-changing menu. The small selection of classics is diverse and interesting too, shining a light on an Old Cuban and a Hurricane instead of the likes of a mojito or a sazerac.

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  • The Nudge

    The Nudge Says…

    Alongside a small seleciton of wines, champagnes and draught beer, there’s a weekly changing, ‘market-to-glass’ cocktail menu. Making the most of seasonal, local produce, you can expect anything from the Absolut-ly, vodka, lime, vanilla, lemongrass and jasmine foam; Beetnick, gin, beetroot infused sherry, Granny Smith apple and cucumber water; Johnny Be Good, gin, lemon, elderflower, Becherovka and rhubarb marmalade; Kentucky Rhapsody, bourbon, lemon, pineapple, pepper and scotch bonnet soda; to the Summer Cup, vodka, lemon, rhubarb and ginger shrub served with basil.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    As at its Islington sister, cocktails are realistically priced. Introductory drinks from a seasonal list that is scheduled to change weekly are a mixed bag. Refreshing and (Scotch bonnet) peppery, Kentucky Rhapsody – a bourbon, pineapple and lemon Collins with a kick – is a hit; Swedish Summer Cup is a sweet, so-so vodka, ginger, rhubarb and basil julep; while A Dream From Strathisla (Chivas 12, Amer Picon, apple wood-smoked Suze and white chrysanthemum) is a ‘meh’ Franco-Scottish Manhattan. Off-menu, however, a perfect Manhattan does pass muster.

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