What they say:
Love and Liquor in London opens with a big bang in September to unleash a new cocktail bar inspired by visits to the Big Apple. The line-up of music makers and nightlife shakers scheduled to entertain at Love and Liquor is as impressive as the drinks list. Guests will be treated to cup cakes and pop corn to munch on as they enjoy a fine drink. Love and Liquor aims to provide a more discerning cocktail destination but still provide the late-night sound track to keep the party crowd happy in West London.
What we say:
The founders of Love and Liquor certainly know what they are doing. Part of the Colombo Group responsible for the gastro-club concept including The Paradise, The Old Queens Head and The Blues Kitchen, you are in safe hands if you like forward-thinking music mixed with quirky and on-trend interiors. Love and Liquor sounds well worth the trip out to Kilburn with ambience, lighting and interior all crafted to set the effortlessly cool New York vibe. You will also be able to catch yourselves in action with a built-in Photo booth. Cocktails will be taken to another level with delights such as a Smoked Old Fashion and a Velvet Elvis. Those who love their speakeasy bars will be intrigued to hear of the secret bar at Love and Liquor, entered via a hidden wardrobe, called The Volstead Library.