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The Beach Bar at The Montague

Bars and pubs, Hotel bars Bloomsbury
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Venue says Our award-winning Beach Bar is an unforgettable summer party venue. Check online for opening dates in Spring 2020

Time Out says

A beach themed bar serving cocktails, food and more in the four-star Montague on the Gardens hotel, which is housed in an attractive Georgian townhouse.

The Beach Bar at The Montague says
*The Beach Bar is now closed, returning Summer 2020*
Our award-winning Beach Bar is an unforgettable summer party venue that you and your guests will remember. Complete with real sand, a beach-hut style thatched roof, delicious cocktails, palm trees and a backdrop of a beautiful beach, you'll feel like you're basking in the Bahamas rather than in the heart of central London.
Our flexible spaces can accommodate parties of up to 200 guests. To get you in the summertime spirit our Chef serves a delicious range of BBQ options. Our photo booth is the perfect place for pictures – and when you use #SurfMontague you’ll be in with a chance to win a prize.



Address: 15 Montague Street
Transport: Tube: Russell Square/Holborn
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4 out of 5 stars

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We went here for their bottomless brunch where we had a choice of Mimosas, Bloody Mary or Pina Coladas...... it turns out you can drink too many Pina Coladas, who knew? We were told at the start that whatever drink we chose we had to stick with for the two hours, which didn't make a lot of sense to us as they were all already made up in Jugs on the bar so it wouldn't have made a difference whether we changed or not. However, I'd say about 40 minutes one of the members of staff told us they had spoken to their bar manager and we could swap if we wanted to, so I had did try the Mimosa also! It was a nice change to have other options aside from Prosecco and it was a good Pina Colada, served in a little coconut which I enjoyed but they do get a bit sickly after too many. We couldn't fault the staff though as the service was great and they did continuously top our glasses up. The food was good and a nice selection of things on a plate and the ice cream was a nice surprise as I didn't realise we were getting ice cream too. The setting was great with backdrops and sand, you felt like you weren't actually in London. There was a little bit of atmosphere missing however, I'm not sure if this was because there were only 4 tables and so it was quiet but I also don't think the music helped, it was on very low and there were some strange choices that didn't feel very upbeat or beachy like and I think that could have helped with the atmosphere.