We were already excited about the upcoming Tom Kerridge restaurant at The Corinthia Hotel, but now it seems that their main bar is getting a shake-up too. Marcis Dzelzainis and Michael Sager from Sager and Wilde are taking over the Bassoon Bar. Here's what we know...
Tooting Broadway Market's cool new tap room has something for everyone with everything from cocktails, wine and ciders to beer on tap. Oh and it's zero waste too.
Adam Handling's empire is expanding still further. Hard on the heels of the news that he'll be running the food side of things at the Belmond Cadogan Hotel, now we hear that his first restaurant Frog E1 is upping sticks and moving to Hoxton. He'll be taking over the old Byron site on Hoxton Square from this summer.
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Just a few weeks after Cinnamon Soho announced it was closing, the Inception Group (the folk behind Mr Foggs and Bunga Bunga and who also run Cahoots just around the corner in Kingly Court) have said they'll be popping up there with a new bar Casa Bonita.
The Latin bar will open towards the end of June for a six-month period serving up various cocktails using Bacardi, Banks and Santa Teresa rums, Patron tequila and Leblon cachaca. As for the food - we're told
From more bleeding burgers to the return of Rita's, we bring you all the news that was fit to print (but we just didn't get around to covering elsewhere this week)...
Ex-Mahiki bar manager Georgi Radev is bringing his love of rum and all thing tropical to Islington with a tiki bar where you can mix your own rums and enjoy crazy cocktails.
Sexy Fish, one of Mayfair's busiest and unashamedly flamboyant venues is looking to change their image (before you panic, rest assured - the wagyu gyoza aren't going anywhere). With a renewed focus on zero waste and use of sustainable ingredients, the team are now looking to step up the profile of The Bar.
Led by Caprice Holdings' bar director Xavier Landais, The Bar at Sexy Fish has recently launched 'Cocktails to Whet your Senses', the latest edition
Like many others, we were rather taken by Tony Conigliaro's Untitled in Dalston. Wonderful cocktails, a beautifully designed room and the tempura chocolates are still among our favourite things ever.
And when we visited, we were much impressed by the potential for the huge outside space at the back - and now they're unveiling its
Charlotte Street has a new drinking den worth searching out. Tucked above the Indian restaurant Lokhandwala, Vijay’s Bar & Lounge will serve up a long list of wines, cocktails and premium spirits. On the cocktail front, they'll be using floral syrups and Indian spices to give drinks a kick. So Spice Route features Red Saffron infused Sailor Jerry Rum, Camomile Infused Cointreau, Liquore Strega, Anise Syrup, Cinnamon Syrup and Goji Berries Bitter, while Star of
Opening today with a swanky new look courtesy of the David Collins Studio, is the bar at Marcus Wareing's The Gilbert Scott. And it has a new name and menu to match its elegant redesign.
George's Bar - it's named after the building’s original architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott - was already pretty impressive looking, but it really does look gorgeous now. And to match the surroundings, the cocktail menu's had a going over too.
Bar Manager, Dav Eames's
The Blues Kitchen on Curtain Road has given its basement bar a completely new look with a whisky-based drinks list and a women-only soundtrack.
Just in time for this year's celebrations of the 150 year anniversary of St Pancras Station, the station's St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys is getting a fresh new look. Just over a decade after it opened, the new design means it'll now have a Kitchen Bar which will be just the ticket for meetings during the day or evening chef demos using the space's open kitchen.
One key element of the redesign has been the reworking of the old private dining
It was a big night for the London bar scene last night which came out as the bar capital of the country winning 12 awards at the respected CLASS Bar Awards 2018.
The event, held at Lindley Hall in London saw industry experts from across the country recognising the talent, achievements and diversity of the UK bar scene.
Dandelyan at Mondrian London, by Mr
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