Booking must be made over email via [email protected] but if you're going to try and sweet talk the bouncer... have your game face on.
Located within a two-story townhouse, the cocktail menu changes every month or so – with favourites such as St Germain des Pres, Handsome Jack and La Medicacion enjoying a permenant residency. Reservations are welcome, although not mandatory – as half of the venue is kept clear for its walk in guests. Good news for those looking for a new after work hangout.
The drinks aren’t so experimental that they come in test tubes, but they’re consistently outstanding, making choosing what to order an almost impossible task. Throw in a gently lit backdrop of minimalist brick walls, mirrored walls and cut-glass tumblers and you're left with an opulent and cosy bar which, once found, you won't want to leave.
...the exposed brickwork, subtle lighting and some particularly quirky touches make it one of the coolest bar spaces to open in London for some time. There’s a clear “ism” of the bar’s Parisian counterpart – perhaps contributed to by the mixologists who crossed the Channel to take up residence in Soho. Unsurprisingly, being an experimental cocktail club, there’s a lot of fun to be had in exploring and tasting different drinks from the menu.
Forget the latest hot opening - here one minute, gone the next - these places are the backbone of the London bar scene and we wished we spent a lot more time drinking in them.
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Whether it’s a place to meet before the party with friends, to share a pint and catch up on the day, or a bar to sip cocktails after your masterclass and discuss your newfound skills, we’ve cherry picked the perfect place just around the corner.