We don't have Lima's warm winter weather or pretty plazas but at least we can enjoy their grape brandy pisco at the Pisco Embassy on Upper Street. As London’s only late-night Pisco bar, they’re serving a brilliant selection of these Peruvian cocktails every weekend from midnight - 5am.
Emanating the style of the City, Forge radiates the faced paced grit and opulence of industrialism and offers an atmosphere that is perfect to decompress after a working week and indulge in some Friday night revelry.
Upon arrival the music will draw you in, and the menu of unique craft beers and stylish classic cocktails with a contemporary twist will make you stay all night.
The Little Yellow Door, is an eclectic new pop-up bar based on a fictional flatshare between friends from all walks of life. These five friendly flat mates host weekly drinks and dinner parties for those in the know… they even give their regular visitors a key to the front door
Basement State is something new and different for us late-night Londoners – a stylish desert and cocktail bar right in the heart of Soho.
This new spot is the perfect place to enjoy indulgent desserts, quality cocktails and dance the night away all in a cool and vibrant atmosphere.
The Shrub and Shutter offers an eclectic drinks menu made up of modern, innovative, interactive and fresh specially made cocktails, as well as the good old fashioned classics made with local, seasonal and homemade ingredients.
Hidden in the basement of Soho Grind, the second cafe/bar from the team behind Shoreditch Grind, is a secret cocktail bar boasting a great evening cocktail and food offering for those who can't get enough of the Grind in the daytime.
It seems some of Hackney’s hippest hangouts have been labelled pretentious recently, but this isn’t just a change we’ve seen with recent gentrification. We’ve learnt there were pretentious hipster hangouts in the 1800s too. In August 1883 William Buckley was refused entry to the exclusive Hackney Road United Radical Club, and as a result attempted to set fire to the building whilst 250 people were attending a ball.
Take an old canal-side print factory, add a craft brewery and pizzeria and you get Crate Brewery, a one of a kind converted industrial haven in keeping with the artistic and creative ethos of Hackney Wick; the largest community of independent artists and art studios in Europe! The décor is reclaimed wood, rusty nail signs and mattress springs lamp shades.
Rita’s started out as a travelling pop-up, appearing in its first form at Birthdays on Stoke Newington. Now in a permanent location, or permanent as far as we know, Rita’s is located in the heart of Hackney on Mare Street. The menu is an eclectic mix with dishes of South American and Asian influence, but its veins are very much rooted in North American comfort food.
Brought to you by the co-founder of Mahiki, Whisky Mist and Bodo Schloss Nick House, and national sweetheart Kelly Brook, Steam & Rye is a new one-stop destination harking back to a bygone era, encapsulating America’s Gilded Age, a time of glamour, decadence and idealism in the old Bank of New York building situated in Bank.
Inspired by the United States of the 1940s, the decadent bar and restaurant offers live music and dancing with a classic Americana theme.
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