Shelf after shelf of Taittinger bottles suggest the target clientele at this bar-cum-nightclub.
It’s a large space to fill, with a massive wooden bar lined with stools, a long stretch of sofas and a VIP area cordoned off by floor-to-ceiling steel chains. The back bar attempts to project the illusion of a cool, industrial space with a series of stencilled warning words (noise, hazard, machine), all too familiar to anyone who’s ever suffered a working stint in a production plant.
Prices are on the steep side, especially once you move beyond house spirits and wines; such posh cocktails as the Fatal Petal (Sputnik rose vodka, peach purée and passionfruit juice) will set you back more than a tenner, although some of the cheaper options look equally appealing.
|Cross street:||Old Quebec Street|
|Opening hours:||Open 4pm-1am Mon-Thur; noon-3am Fri; noon-8pm, 10pm-3am Sat; noon-11pm Sun. Food served 4-10pm Mon-Thur; noon-10pm Fri, Sun; noon-8pm Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Marble Arch tube|
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Went to the opening game of the World Cup, screened here on Massive TV's. Festive atmosphere - It was packed. Had no idea there were so many Brazilians in London. Place went nuts when the goals went in, and when the footy finished the whole thing went disco.