"There is nothing which has yet been contrived by man, by which so much happiness is produced as by a good tavern or inn."
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About Foundation bar -
Located deep in the heart of Covent Garden, Foundation Bar brings a unique experience like no other.
The quirky array of drink choices will amuse, delight and entertain. The signature is a "high-tea party" with tea pot cups and saucers, where Earl Grey and Bombay Sapphire are blended together. You can enjoy classics you'd expect but served with a twist in jam jars and tea cups.
The food is beautiful as it is simple. When you are having a great night you don't want to spend the rest of it buried in a menu. Foundation offers the best things in life. if you can't tear yourself away from the bar then there is a selection of small, but beautiful plates to try.
Discover the underground scene. View an eclectic bar where there’s something to explore at every turn. The striking art on the walls, ceilings and floors creates a giant canvas and the lighting creates vibes making it hard for you to leave.
Reserve your place underground – a table for dinner or a booth for your next gathering. Be the first to Discover Covent Garden’s worst kept secret – Foundation Bar.
Opening Hours: Sun to Wed - 16:00 to 00:30 / Thur to Sat - 16:00 to 01:00
The Society Club is a literary bar, bookshop and private members club. We believe in the magic of the night and invite those with the same passions to indulge in and enjoy 'the best of all possible things'.
Evenings of poetry, photography, art, music and literature are held in a space adorned with twentieth century literature, counterculture, art and visual culture from modernism to the contemporary. All this is served up with some of the best cocktails ever drunk by the greatest writers.
The Society Club is a place where the romantics of the world can still dream.
After a popular residency in Soho for 2013, and a string of ‘Beefsteak’ events during 2014, The Fat Bear is finally bedding down for the long-haul in the self-contained upstairs of the Rising Sun Pub in St Paul’s.
With regional American food (especially Southern) at its heart, the menu will see the return of many favourite dishes, such as gumbo, pimento cheese, and biscuits & gravy, as well as some new additions to the roster like fried chicken livers, Cajun meatloaf, and shrimp & grits.
The new venture will allow The Fat Bear to return to serving a range of original cocktails with a rum and bourbon focus, also joined by playful offerings such as alcoholic slushies, and the only Pickleback with the official approval of its creator, the Bushwick Country Club in Brooklyn. Equally, they’ll be serving a range of keenly-priced and lovingly curated wines, selecting the most interesting releases from America and elsewhere.
‘Beefsteak Bacchanalia’ (decadent all-you-can-eat evenings with the finest beef and wines), and brunch events will feature on the weekend, with group bookings for a truly indulgent Thanksgiving or Christmas menu strongly recommended.
The Fat Bear is a collaboration drawn from both sides of the Atlantic. The team are a group of experienced British and American hospitality professionals who’ve honed their ability to deliver the best possible experiences in places such as the Michelin-starred Social Eating House, Hawksmoor, Paramount, and beyond. Their chef, Bernie Rogers, joins the team with a fine pedigree of having opened and run Blues Kitchen and Duke’s Brew and Que.
From the soul-enriching Cajun gumbo of New Orleans to the Shrimp & Grits of the South and Carolinas, by way of New England’s clam chowder, there's a rotating menu of dishes which lie at the heart and soul of America’s cuisine.
Food is excellent value, with snacks starting from £4 and main dishes from £8.
Whilst they honour and respect the traditions and techniques that underpin these dishes, they also recognise the importance of modernising and reinterpreting these recipes to best reflect the amazing produce in the UK. ‘American inspiration, British execution’ – The Fat Bear isn’t bound by a need to be authentic, but instead is free to play with and reimagine these great dishes to suit a London audience.
At the core of their dishes are the best quality ingredients, courtesy of some of the UK’s best suppliers, such as Rare Breed Meat Co. which supplies all of their meat.
Located in the heart of Soho, it is a haven away from the bustle of the streets below and a discreet getaway for members to enjoy good food and service.
Soho House Greek Street is currently closed and undergoing a total refurbishment until Spring 2018.
The Restaurant is open from 12 to 11pm Monday to Saturday and 12 to 10:30pm on Sunday.
Downstairs, our Azulito bar is open from 5pm-11pm Mon - Wed and 5pm until midnight from Thursday to Saturday when We have great DJ's .
With a wide selection of wines and cocktails, parties here are always unforgettable. Inside you’ll find atmosphere that’s relaxed during the day and pumping at night. We have our much loved resident DJ's playing 7 nights a week to get the crowd in the mood.
Set in the heart of theatreland within the buzzing bohemian community of Soho.
Upstairs is for drinks, eats, and giggles while enjoying Great British classics with daily changing specials and up to four Hertfordshire craft ales, world beers, hand-selected fine wines and credible ethical coffee.
Downstairs in the basement is The Backstage Bar, featuring live jazz and musical delights daily.
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The George Public House is a Victorian reincarnation of a 15th
century coffee house located at the meeting point of the Strand and
Fleet Street, directly facing the spectacular architecture of the Royal
Courts of Justice and a 10 minute walk from the West End.
In the Autumn of 2014, The George underwent an extensive and
considerate refurbishment of the ground floor bar and first floor
dining room. This saw the creation of an elegant and sophisticated
restaurant; The Pig and Goose at The George and the Horace
Walpole private dining room. We have carefully retained the original
features of this historic pub and have tastefully added our own stamp
while keeping a traditional feel throughout.
The brand new Pig & Goose restaurant upstairs at The George is
open Monday to Saturday and offers an exciting, modern British
menu, using only the finest seasonal, local produce. You can expect
dishes such as Rose Veal tartar with celeriac and quails egg, suckling
pig porchetta, smoked ham hock and white bean ragout and a wild
rabbit pithivier, creamed parsnips, braised cabbage and cider sauce.
Along side this is our extensive and thoughtfully selected wine cellar
specialising in old world wines with a particular focus on French
Adjacent to the Pig & Goose restaurant we have the exclusive Horace
Walpole private dining room, with a stunning view of the Courts.
The room can be hired for meetings, drinks or a seated dinner for up
to 10 people with your own private waiter. When you visit, our team
is always on hand to show you around and talk to you about the
variety of events we can offer in the Horace Walpole room.
Our bar is open 7 days a week with a fresh, exciting, classic british
menu offering such delights as Hampshire game terrine with beetroot
relish, Steamed mussels with shallots, parsley and ale and Barbary
duck shepherds pie with Autumn greens. The bar features a great
range of craft beers, 9 rotating local and national real ales and a
carefully crafted wine and spirit selection. Perfect for casual lunch
dining, afterwork drinks, and a weekend meal away from the hustle
and bustle of the West End.
Whatever the occasion, the George on the Strand will be able to
offer something for everyone, whether it is a romantic meal with a
loved one, a birthday celebration in the bar, or a business meeting in
the Horace Walpole private dining room.
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Temple Bar was the principal ceremonial entrance to the City of London on its western side from the City of Westminster. It is situated on the historic royal ceremonial route from the Tower of London to the Palace of Westminster, the two chief residences of the mediaeval English monarchs, and from the Palace of Westminster to St Paul's Cathedral. The road east of Temple Bar and within the City is Fleet Street, the road to the west, in Westminster, is The Strand. At Temple Bar the Corporation of the City of London formerly erected a barrier to regulate trade into the City. The 19th century Royal Courts of Justice are located next to it on its north side, having been moved from Westminster Hall. To its south is the Temple Church and the Inner Temple and Middle Temple Inns of Court. As the most important entrance to the City of London from Westminster, it was formerly long the custom for the monarch to halt at Temple Bar before entering the City of London, in order for the Lord Mayor to offer up the Corporation's pearl-encrusted Sword of State as a token of loyalty. The term Temple Bar strictly refers to a notional bar or barrier across the route, but is commonly used to refer to the 17th century ornamental Baroque arched gateway designed by Christopher Wren which spanned the road until its removal in 1878. Wren's arch was preserved and was re-erected in 2004 in the City, in Paternoster Square next to St Paul's Cathedral.
With over 175 Gin products available, as well as The City of London Dry Gin, the bar is at the forefront on a global conversation surrounding our nation's favourite tipple.
C.O.L.D. Bar, an acronym for City of London Distillery, is proudly run and operated by The London Bar Consultants, where we can fully exhibit our passion for providing the highest attainable standards of hospitality and service. Situated in the heart of the City of London, within the only working distillery in the Square Mile, our heritage is firmly rooted in the birthplace of Gin as we know it today.
We believe in staying true to our concept and celebrating all things Gin whilst showcasing The City of London Dry Gin made on site, which is why you will only find Gin Cocktails on our menu. However, the bar is fully stocked to cater for every need, with a hand-picked wine list and local beers alongside an array of spirits.
The space itself is ideally suited for groups, with many darkened corners for intimate get togethers.
We're a friendly independent bar with great value drinks, open 7 days a week.
* Free Wifi, Great Value Drinks, No syrups we use real mixers
* Happy Hour until 8pm with house wine just £10 a bottle, two cocktails for £10 & double up on house spirits for £1
We are an independently owned gastro pub tUcked away in the back streets of Clerkenwell WC1, a short walk from the lively and trendy Exmouth Market EC1.
Our menu changes with the seasons, and specials board evolves daily, ensuring we use the freshest ingredients, and where possible we buy British. We only use reputable suppliers so we can trace where our food originates. Our sumptuous Sunday roasts feature British striploin and Kilravock Farm pork, and we only use British beef in our famous homemade steak, ale and stilton pies!
We pride ourselves on well kept ales and design our wine list to complement our food.
The Easton is perfect for small social gathering, large corporate functions and weddings. We are located near the famous Sadlers Wells Theatre and a short distance from Farringdon Station.
Mabels Tavern is found just off the busy A51 Euston Road, between King's Cross St Pancras and Euston railway stations. University College London and Russell Square are nearby. Bloomsbury Theatre is just 10 minutes walk away.
Our great value daily deals give you the perfect excuse to visit The Rocket every day of the week whether it be for a bite to eat or a drink! We offer a broad range of cask ales, lagers & ciders. Not forgetting to mention our great selection of spirits & wines.
With our unbeatable prices, you can afford to join every club!
Kids Club Monday** - Kids eat for £1 when you buy any adult main meal
Free Dessert Tuesday - Enjoy a free dessert when you order any Ultimate Plate
£1 Drink Club - Dine out at one of our club nights and get your drink for £1 with selected dishes:
Chicken Club Wednesday - Succulent chicken dishes with a drink from £5.49
Grill Club Thursday - Delicious dishes hot off the grill with a drink from £5.69
Fish Club Friday - Classic Fish & Chips with a drink from £5.99
Roast Club Sunday - You can't beat a traditional roast with all the trimmings and a drink from £6.49
And it doesn't stop there! We now have even more daily deals to take advantage of throughout the week:
Our Proper Lunch Deal - Any sandwich, wrap, jacket or small plate with a drink from £4.95. Available everyday 12noon to 5pm.
Pub Favourites - Enjoy 2 classic pub meals from £8.00. Available all day Monday to Friday.
Every day Burger or Hotdog Deal - Tuck into a classic burger or hotdog and a drink from just £5.49.
So whether you're enjoying a drink with friends or treating the whole family to dinner, The Rocket has big, big deals every day!
This page details our constant offers on beverages and meal deals, updates, and information.
We have a wide range of food and beverages to suit all tastes.
We no longer show Sky Sports, but do show all games on public access, and have a designated dining area to escape sports fans.
We have a Function Room for hire; parties, corporate events, meetings and buffets can be catered for.
Our newly refurbished beer garden is great for the winter nights to defrost in front of our heaters or cool summer days to enjoy a cider and a laugh.
High street pub with a large selection of award winning cask ales,a large selection of wines, fresh home cooked food to order, outside seating area with smoking area, large pub that can hold between 500 to 600 people with areas that can be sectioned off for private functions free of charge. Two large screens and a plasma in a raised area with leather couches. Disabled toilets available. Buffets can be catered for. All major credit cards excepted. Children and familes welcome at food serving times which is 10am - 10pm. All major sports events shown.Included in the 2009 Good Beer Guide, only 4, 500 pubs out of approximately 55, 000 can be included in the best-selling Good Beer Guide and we have also recieved The Cask Marque Award.