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As its name suggests, Jewel in Piccadilly is a glittering bar/club with plenty of bling factor. Decent bar food is served along with good cocktails on a strong drinks list.


Venue name: Jewel
Address: 4-6
Glasshouse Street
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus
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All ordered the same cocktail - however we got a couple different styles of drink - long / short - some with garnish / some without. Quite strange. Granted we went there for a free Drinki but there was not much alcohol in the cocktails - the free one did in no way make me want to order another paid one which probably goes against the point of offering a free drink.

Its an alright space in a touristy area, but I’d only recommend it for a quick drink.


I recently held my work leaving party at Jewel. In general I found the whole experience brilliant. I had a really superb and memorable evening.

I searched for venues that were very central, allowed  booking of private space and served cocktails, Jewel ticks all these boxes and has several different options of private space - for free! In addition they do a really long happy hour. Outside of happy hour it's pretty pricey - but no pricier than anywhere else in the area. I found the booking staff really helpful, flexible and easy to chat to. There was a week where no one seemed to reply to anything or pick up the phone but apart from that they were very responsive.

I ended up choosing the parlour, a second floor room for about 80 people with a great view of Piccadilly Circus. I got use of the room with its own bar and bar tender. You can use their music or hook up your own - we took our iPod! The only down side to Jewel is most of the rooms are upstairs and there is no access without stairs.

I have to say on my first visit in the day I thought it was a bit shabby and scruffy but going back once dark it is really glamorous and glitzy.

I benefited from the January sale and held a party for maybe around 100 people where I bought most people drinks and served a great spread of food for about £400 which I thought was a bargain.

I personally drank porn star martinis and process both of which were excellent. The other cocktails I tried on other visits weren't my cup of tea but they were well enough made and a very interesting selection.

I would definitely visit Jewel again just to hang out and also to hold any sort of private party.

THE WORST BAR IN LONDON - Danielle the Bartender was outrageous

We had booked the VIP lounge for our Christmas Party, a group of 30 people. The staff there were appalling, when coming in to pay for the deposit days in advance the staff refused us to view the VIP section. We were disappointed however decided to go through with the venue and understood due to the period of time they could of been busy. Yesterday night we were there and ordered 8 tequila shots, for one of my colleagues to accidentally spill one when the bar tenders aggressive manor was "YOU WILL NOT GET ANOTHER SHOT ITS NOT MY RESPONSIBILITY" eager to provoke an argument, fair enough we did not have a problem with this and I just suggested we get another shot for her and disregarded her rudeness for no reason. I then asked for salt and the bar tender said "IF YOU HAD LOT HAVE NOT TAKEN THE SALT YOU WOULD PROBABLY WOULD HAVE THE SALT NOW" which this statement was false as this was the first time we ordered shots then we asked her why can't we have the salt? and she persistently said "I AIN'T GIVING YOU NO SALT". What bar, pub, club would ever deny clients of salt with their tequila shots fully paid for? We were furious as the fact she kept shouting that she would not get us salt. We asked for her name and she shouted "DANIELLE" she ran off to the security guard and tried to manipulate the situation to say we were rude, aggressive and was shouting at her to get free drinks and tried to get us kicked out. After the security guard realised that all we wanted was salt he allowed us back in and gave us salt. Later, she explained to my colleague that she was having a bad day because she was working on her birthday, and found out that she was trying to get a manager of the team kicked out she made a comment "if she's your manager, I feel sorry for you". Their staffs lack of professionalism, the inability to differentiate personal and work was outrageous, due to her having to work on her birthday and taking her anger on her clients and manipulated the truth to attempt to get her own way and cover her back. Fortunately we did not get kicked out for this mishap probably because we were worth 80% of their business that night, however I am totally astonished at her behaviour - with such a competitive economic climate with numerous bars in central London, anyone would expect a level of standard customer service..... and salt with their tequila shots. Retail and hospitality is a very small and well connected business, we will be sure to be expressing our experience to our friends, family, colleagues and future companies. I really do hope this review will be seen, as petty as the situation was, it was real.


Spot of cocktail making for a friends hen do! Great fun and a good start for a night out as you can go down to the main bar afterwards for a few more drinks and a warm up dance.

The class saw us race to make the best mojitos and porn star martinis, not to toot my own horn but my mojito won, oh yeah! The food provided was okay, good lining for the stomach if you’ve got a heavy night ahead.

The atmosphere was surprisingly quiet for a Friday at 10pm though, we left as it didn’t seem like it was going to pick up but for a quick drink after work, it’s not bad.