September 3, 2013
Top Cocktail Bars in London
In this month BRABBU is taking part in 2 big design events in London – 100% Design and Decorex International. These are two of the biggest events which are taking place in UK. After a long day of exploring and discovering the design features you might need to slow down, sit down, relax and collect your minds. We might help you with that. As you know London is one of the most “partying” cities in the world, and because enjoy it after a busy day. Why not having a cocktail with your friends in one of the city’s top cocktail bars? We suggest you a few.
The first bar is called 69 Colebrooke Row. Tony Conigliaro is working in this pub. He is known as one of the UK’s pioneering drinks creators. He is looking for boundaries which could get broken concerned with the surrounding drinking experiences. He brings new methods into his cocktail repertoire, resulting in some ground-breaking cocktail menus.
The Booking Office Bar. The bar has a special interior design. It is related to an old station. It has a 29 meter long bar and fresh English fare. The Booking Office lists different types of punches and mixed drinks given from recipes from the Victorian era, as well as a range of bespoke and seasonal cocktails.
Callooh Callay. It has an award winning bar team which is creating a seasonal cocktail list.The food menu is being created by a star chef Michelin. Everything is nice and tidy just to welcome YOU.
CEVICHE. It is a bar which contains a special Peruvian food. They have traveled through Peru to find the best recipes and all over Britain to find the freshest fish. They are “obsessed” while making a meal. Furthermore, they have also a great diversity of cocktails which for sure you will enjoy.
Cottons. The owner of the bar was inspired by the “City circle” and two Caribbean restaurants which are still thriving. The bar has been voted Best Bar in London by the London Weekly Awards on what the Urbanism Awards 2011 have credited The Great Street that is Ex-mouth Market. Enjoy!