Callooh Callay

Callooh Callay opened in November 2008 to be one of the few cocktail bars in Shoreditch which delivered high-quality drinks and service, but without any of the typical pretension. We also wanted to do things a little differently with our design and with our menus, for which we have become pretty famous. In the 8 Read More …

Apples & Pears

Just off Brick Lane, Apples and Pears has a self-confidence that merges well with the neighbourhood. It’s cool, but not painfully; there’s an emphasis on delivering the goods – style as well as substance. The ground floor bar, dressed in green and black is an amazing space, utilising street lamps on the walls and unique Read More …

The Piano Works Farringdon Bar: the “House of Song”

The Piano Works Farringdon Bar is London’s only non-stop live music venue, a Victorian listed warehouse venue. With a 400 capacity, in this live music venue, two fantastically talented pianists with the accompanying musicians only play songs requested by the audience, after you’ve tipped the human jukebox to request your favourite song: in the “House of Song” the Read More …

Euston Tap

Storming to the top of the hypothetical ‘bars near stations’ list, Euston Tap boasts almost 30 taps of craft beers and ale that will have you returning the everyday for the following week to sample the lot. Situated practically next door to Euston station, you could easily be forgiven for not spotting the home of Read More …

Clarendon Cocktail Cellar

Hidden away under the streets of Pimlico resides Clarendon Cocktail Cellar—a place inside a place inside a place. Yes, you read that correctly: this subterranean bar is located inside the basement of The Cambridge Street Café, which is situated inside Artist Residence Hotel. Keeping in theme with the hotel’s artistic motifs, the cocktails are basically Read More …