Let’s face it, any mention of a ‘whisky bar’ and your average punter is going to expect an old-school, cigar-laden, stuffy and most-likely unwelcoming place to drink. But as is the rise of important discussions around social mobility and tackling the inequalities in our society, the…
Since first opening it's doors in March 2016, Black Rock has firmly established a reputation as on of the go to bars for whisky in the UK.
The Black Rock centre-piece is an 18ft, 185-year old oak tree trunk which also acts as an interactive cocktail ageing system, as well as that there is no bar. Black Rock also don't have a written down menu. Instead whiskies are organized in cabinets and categorized by flavour rather than region to help guests find a whisky that might be right for their palate, and if you see a whisky you know you like, then the whiskies that surround it will have similar flavours and you could end up with a new favourite whisky. However, if the proposition of choosing from 300+ whiskies is a little daunting, the staff are always at hand, ready with suggestions as to the whiskies that might be right for you.
A must-visit for whisky aficionados and novices alike, Black Rock pushes boundaries while offering a novel, personal approach to service.
- Cocktail Bar , Lounge Bar , Basement Bar
- Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates , Something a little different
- London Cocktail Week 2020
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Black Rock, 9, Christopher Street, EC2A 2BS
Liverpool Street (Tube)
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