Discover the late-night brewery cum club with a roster of great beers behind the bar
By Manu Ekanayake|
In a nutshell… A Tottenham warehouse venue that can be all things to all people. Craft beer lovers dig the onsite brewery. Clubbers enjoy the intimate club space (think a few hundred ravers rather than a few thousand). Plus Seven Sisters locals enjoy having a muchneeded new place to eat and drink. The 4am licence doesn’t hurt either.
Where is it? In a warehouse on Markfield Road, around ten minutes from Seven Sisters station, not far from the big Tesco.
What’s the vibe? The bar has an airy warehouse feel with some nice touches: the patterned tables look like something ‘Miami Vice’s Sonny Crockett would rest his cocktail on in 2018. The club, though, is an intense rave space for people who want to get down. They complement each other well – everyone likes to say no to the sesh once in a while and drink something better than a warm Red Stripe, right?
What makes it a great venue? Whereas Tottenham residents used to have to trek to Dalston for good times, now they have a hangout closer to home. A hangout with an Alcons Audio soundsystem that makes you feel like the music is inside you, plus a ‘tap wall’ of such quality that you might start to consider beer one of your main food groups. That would be a shame, though, as in-house Middle Eastern restaurant Torshi is also really worth trying.
What’s the booze situation? Beer, beer and more beer. They do have spirits, obviously, but it is a brewery after all. So expect pale ales, porters, American pale ales (APAs) and more, starting from a fiver a go. There are some wickedstrength cocktails on tap, too. Go on, you know you love a negroni – and at £6, who doesn’t?