Gimme dat bling
Originally a richly decorated bank dating to the Victorian era, then converted to a law courts building in the years after the Great War, these premises were repurposed again in 1999 when the pleasure palace that is the Corinthian Club appeared. Over five floors it boasts everything from a piano bar featuring cocktails and food to a jewellery boutique, private dining spaces and rooms that serve as wedding venues. Its single most gee-whizz feature however is the soaring Tellers Bar & Brasserie on the ground level with its astonishing plasterwork, contemporary fixtures and luminous dome far above. You can eat here, whether macaroni cheese or an 8oz fillet steak, but it would be criminal to walk on by without popping in for a drink. In its own extraordinary way, it's the most impressive bar in the city although certainly not for those with minimalist tendencies. Order a glass of wine, a cocktail or a Guinness, sit back and marvel at the view. Champagne starts at under a tenner a glass but extends to over six hundred pounds for premium bottles.
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191 Ingram Street