Lost Society opened its doors in 2006 and was winning prestigious awards within six months. Set in a former two-storey barn it's known for its wacky interiors, eclectic entertainment and lively ambience. The venue’s Art Deco theme combines with many original features and lavish furnishings to help give each room a unique vibe. This is a large space that lends itself to afternoon tea, fancy dinners, a couple of cocktails or late-night dancing.
Lost Society prides itself on its fun, quirky and eclectic entertainment policy; this certainly isn’t a run of the mill bar or club! Come by early in the evening to embrace a laid-back ambience or drop in late at night when DJs and live acts are in full flow. The soundtrack includes funk, soul, breaks, hip-hop and house tracks.
There’s great food too, generous happy hour deals at the weekend and their cocktail masterclasses are perfect for birthday parties and team-building activities. It's hard to think of Lost Society as anything other than a top place that's there for you no matter what you're looking for!
|Cocktails Hours||Cocktails for just £5 every Friday 5-9pm and Saturday 2-7pm|
|Pint of Lager||-|
|Pint of Real Ale||£4.70|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.90|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£4.95|
|Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer)||£6.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.50|
|Bottle of House Wine||£15.90|
|Bottle of Champagne||£39.00|
|*This venue serves European.|
A word from the chef:
Dining is split over two areas, the Oriental Boudoir on the ground floor and the more intimate Mezzanine on the first floor, over looking the Library Bar. For larger dinner parties there is the option of a table in the Black and White Bar.
I had an image of a night spent at Lost Society, sipping cocktails daintily in the opulent, chandelier decked and gold gilt framed interiors of the restaurant bar. Instead, I was lead on a journey through classic cocktails to a decadent 3-course...
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