London-North and Northwest London
May 11, 2018
Zebrano: Disco Inferno
Frequented primarily by groups of friends or work colleagues the atmosphere is friendly and fun and lasts until the early hours as the bar transforms into a club around 8pm, when the volume is turned up a notch.
The bar focuses on modern elegance. Black seating abounds and dark chandeliers stand out against a backdrop of dark African wood panelled walls (from which Zebrano takes its name). Head downstairs for a real party where the light up coffee tables and an expansive dancefloor are reminiscent (in a good way) of 70s discos. The music is good and ensures that everyone who wants to can throw a shape or two. Whilst it could be a bar/restaurant of pretty much any other era, the modern mixologists and the variety of cocktails on offer bring it bang up to date.
For the discerning who wish to enjoy their night out with more than just a rum and coke the experienced and friendly bar staff are on hand to produce cocktails to order. The classic cocktails are all present and correct, most impressively the Cosmopolitan and the Dry Martini are mixed to perfection and elegantly presented by the friendly and efficient bar staff. If you do want to eat (advisably pre-party) the Brasserie menu offers a modern European cuisine, with offerings of lighter snacks offered in the form of sharing and smaller platters on the bar menu.
Be persuaded to visit, and perhaps stay, for their happy hour half-price cocktails which are offered from 5pm to 9pm nightly, or enjoy a perfect kick-start to your night out with their frequently offered free-flowing Prosecco dinner.