Revolution Bar - Leadenhall

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Revolution Bar - Leadenhall

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Revolution is now firmly established in the City after opening its doors in the Summer of 2007. The Leadenhall site is spread over four spacious floors and is our most impressive site. In the heart of the Square Mile, Revolution is located opposite the Lloyds building and moments away from the Gherkin. Offering fantastic drinks, scrumptious food and contemporary entertainment for the more discerning London vodka & cocktail lover!

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Venue name: Revolution Bar - Leadenhall
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Address: 140-144 Leadenhall Street
London
EC3V 4QT
Price: £25 and under
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Caroline
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I organised a work social at Revolution - we did a cocktail making masterclass. Booking the masterclass was really easy, and the people who took the booking were lovely. On arrival to the bar, there was a bit of confusion about our table and we were a bit late starting (and couldn't drink our complementary cocktail until our whole party arrived!) The masterclass itself was great fun. It started with a rather sickly bubblegum daiquiri (which my team found quite funny). We then learnt how to make cosmopolitans and mojitos and played some hilarious games - every time you loose a game you get a gross chilli shot which is good incentive for some competition. Be prepared - you get a lot of drinks... I got the masterclass package with "nibbles" - there was SO much food after the class - we got calamari, chips, garlic bread, pizza bites, mini burgers (I could go on..) - really good value for £30 pp. Overall the masterclass was really fun, and was enjoyed by all my colleagues. Would highly recommend.

Sarah J
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Popularly coined as ‘vodka revs’ – this is a great bar to frequent on a Friday night. It’s always pretty busy, but isn’t that hard to get served as it has a huge bar with lots of attentive bartenders. The cocktails aren’t too expensive for London and the music is always pretty good. Often it can get really really loud as there are literally speakers everywhere, so conversation isn’t always the easiest unless you’re prepared to scream. The best nights are when the downstairs dance floor / bar is open. Always a good night, or a great place for after-work drinks.