Green Bar at Café Royal
May 11, 2018
The Café Royal on Regent Street is one of those places steeped in and indeed part of, London lore. The haunt of Whistler, Walter Sickert, Augustus John, Aubrey Beardsley, the Bloomsbury Set and perhaps most infamously Oscar Wilde, not to mention Elizabeth Taylor, David Bowie and Mohammed Ali, all used to frequent this dazzling venue. It’s part of London’s rich liquid history. Inspired by the Café Royal Cocktail Book compiled in 1937, the Green Bar, Botanicals & Tonics at Café Royal is a vibrant cocktail destination for contemporary Londoners and hotel guests. Allow the expert bartenders to mix up your favourite G&T – choose from a wide variety of 18 gins to partner with 7 different tonics. They’re also fond of the green fairy here, the bohemian tipple of choice. This is definitely one of the capital’s most glamorous and dynamic places to drink, to see and be seen. A dress code applies – celebrative and sophisticated so be sure to smarten up.