What we say:
With 230 years of bar experience with Londoners Corney and Barrow also know how to throw a fun party and buzzing atmosphere and how to stand out on the night life scene. The Breakfast Martini is only one of the cocktails that must be tried at this new bar as it contains a whole spoonful of marmalade. If that doesn’t make the medicine of the mundane wash away, then what will? Corney and Barrow bars like to add a twist to keep it fresh and interesting and the revamped Mason’s Avenue bar is a flagship example. But they will never neglect the core of their success (Edward Corney and Robert Barrow sold their first bottle of claret in 1780) and the impressive full-height glass-sided wine room at Mason’s Avenue in London pays homage to that heritage of dealing with fine wine.
What they say:
Wine merchants Corney and Barrow in London have been defenders and providers of amazing liquid grapes and innovative bar experiences since 1780. Their newest bar on Masons Avenue is a hidden gem on the cobbled backstreets of the City of London. Let them uncork a premium bottle and work those cocktail shakers as you relax and simply enjoy the lifestyle of work hard, play hard that City socialites thrive at. A short walk from both Bank and Moorgate the Corney and Barrow bar Masons Avenue is perfect for drinks with friends or colleagues with private rooms for hire, a wine tasting room and three plasma screens showing Sky Sports this city bar caters to whatever you have in mind for a great night out. And if you go for a serving of their locally sourced modern European food, you wont be disappointed.