Don't go here... got my stuff stolen here and the bar staff think they're something special, particularly the manager who is rude and up himself....
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Time Out says
Posted: Wed Aug 3 2011
With separate entrances at either end and a few outdoor tables in Kingly Court, Two Floors feels more spacious than it is. The first floor sees Hoxtonesque bar bohemia, with regular rotations of young artists’ work offsetting a dark interior.
The short row of taps – two Red Stripe, two Camden Hells – gives the minimum of choice in draught selection, but Estrella, Brooklyn, Modelo Especial and Goose Island come by the bottle. There are four wines of each colour, with democratic pricing and crowd-pleasing selections: a South African chenin blanc, Chilean cab sauv.
Down in the basement is Handy Joe’s Tiki Bar, a kitsch Hawaiian-themed affair complete with bamboo panelling and illuminated tiki masks.
Two Floors 3 Kingly Street
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Rudest bartender I ever met in my life. She thinks she is so cool, but actually scary as hell. No: hi, yes/no, please or thank you, just staring at you , looking at you with dirty glances. How lovely.
I used to like this bar, but it is now frequented by thieves. I have been twice in the last year. The first time I had my North Face jacket stolen. I gave it a second chance but this time my briefcase with my laptop in it was stolen. Adding insult to injury, the staff were totally unhelpful.
I have previously been a fan of Two Floors, however after this weekend, I would certainly not recommend it. I booked the downstairs area for an engagement celebration for 30-40 people. When we arrived, Two Floors had only allocated us 3 tiny tables for approx 9 people. And since other people had booked up the other tables, half our party had to relocate upstairs with the remaining half downstairs. Now, it's not that difficult - if you don't want to give people the space they've requested, then let them know so that they can either take what you offer them or book somewhere else.