Forget dry January, this is the sort of news we like. The Lobby Bar in Covent Garden's One Aldwych hotel has launched something we can really approve of - a specially-made Old Fashioned drinks trolley. Wheeled around the bar, it has three types on offer:
Naked restaurant The Bunyadi was never going to be an easy act to follow, but the team behind that are giving it a go with a WW2-themed cocktail bar where you decode your own personality to work out your true cocktail colours, inspired by Bletchley Park.
It gets better - not only will there be a war room and cipher machine based on Alan Turing’s machine of
Brick Lane has a fun new 'dining room and drinking den' that's worth taking note of
What: Bobby Fitzpatrick
In a nutshell: Rum cocktails and pizza in West Hampstead
Summing it all up: This West Hampstead spot comes from the same people behind Coil Laundry in Exmouth market. Expect rum cocktails and pizza with a distinctly 70s feel.
There’s a new cocktail bar coming to Finsbury Square, and it sounds worth breaking Dry January for, particularly as the drinks list has bee designed by Mr Lyan, aka Ryan Chetiyawardana who’s been called, among other things, the king of cocktails *and* world’s best bartender.
The Alpha Beta bar takes over the space at the front of the Modern Pantry on Finsbury Square, so it’ll have a handsomely paired bar
Just when we thought 2016 had little else to offer us, along comes a new bar by one of the shining lights of the London bar scene.
Tony Conigliaro has announced the launch of ‘Untitled’ in Dalston this month. The enigmatically named bar will be the third bar from Tony and his team, already known for his award-winning 69 Colebrooke Row in Islington and Bar Termini in Soho.
The new space has been put together with the help
Cocktail duo Bobby Hiddleston and Mia Johansson will join forces with the team behind Night Jar to launch a new bar in the heart of Soho this month.
Taking the place of what was once the iconic LAB Bar on Old Compton Street, Swift will feature an 'elegant and grown up' cocktail offering. Staying true to its name, the venue will be characterised by slick, speedy service and will feature two distinctive bars spread across two floors.
Boom Burger have been meaning to open in Brixton for some time - and now they're finally settling down with the Boom Shack. It's the latest venture from the founder of the original burger joint on Portobello Road, Joshua De Lisser.
The main part of Boom Shack is the cocktail bar, with the focus is more firmly on the Caribbean-influenced drinks menu. At breakfast,
The Bloomsbury Club Bar is kicking off its new Club Residencies Project this November with a visit from world-famous The Clumsies. All the way from Athens, the first residency will be providing all manner of Greek tipples and treats. It holds some serious weight in the cocktail world, having landed itself a place in the top 10 cocktail bars in the world within a mere two years of its launch.
From 2 - 4 November, the Clumsies will be providing
Inspired by the knees-up watering holes of Chicago and New Orleans, FOX BAR is a new underground drinking den hitting Brixton. It follows the original Fox Bar, also by Soho House, which launched in Chicago.
Dark spirits are the name of the game here, so there’ll be plenty of bourbon, whiskeys and rums on the drinks menu. Their signature cocktail, the
The Savile Row Martini.
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Like the sound of strong cocktails and brilliant Italian bites to accompany them? Who wouldn't? Italian mixologist Simone Caporale (who used to work at Artesian - once the World's Best Bar) is
The people behind inimitable East London pizza joint Voodoo Ray's and Dalston Superstar are launching Ray’s Bar, a new basement cocktail bar on Kingsland Road.
Punters who choose to follow the drinks menu as intended, split up as it is into aperitifs, mains and desserts will be in for a long boozy night. You won’t even be able to crack into one of ‘mains’ until it’s past midnight, giving you all the more
Those in charge of sorting out Christmas party, but tasked with the harrowing prospect of finding something ‘a bit different’ will be pleased to know The Manhattan Club’s new immersive speakeasy experience.
For the entirety of the festive period, West London’s Brunswick Studio will be transformed into a roaring ‘20s themed speakeasy, taking attendees back in time via a raft of entertainment and a five and six-course tasting menu. There’ll be dress up,
We look at the new and interesting places to eat in New York. Our second day includes a meal to beat at Brooklyn's Olmsted.
We look at the new and interesting places to eat in New York
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