Time Out says
This bar-café-restaurant is alive with the sound of very good music
Stepping through the sliding doors off of Oxford Street, you'll immediately notice a well provisioned cake and pastry display case that will lead you to question whether you’ve arrived at a café-cum-cocktail lounge or your nana’s front room. Occupying the old Aristotle's café site, the Falcolner has green booth seating, deer murals and friendly, attentive service, making it perfect for a quick drink before a gig, and a perfectly acceptable alternative to making it to your gig at all. Wines are affordable; cocktail-wise, the Beetroot Bloody Mary (with the house-infused beetroot vodka) delivers a hooch-fuelled smack in the face. The Black Knight combines Mount Gay rum with Pedro Ximinez and a lick of fresh citrus – it’s a rich and boozy hit that expertly shaves the edges off a long day. An extensive collection of vinyl will waft over your morning, noon or night; expect Dylan, Bowie, the Stones and you won’t be disappointed.
31 Oxford St
|Opening hours:||Mon 7.30am-5pm; Tue-Fri 7.30am-midnight; Sat 9am-midnight; Sun 9am-4pm|