The Rosa Lewis Bar History & Cocktails At The Cavendish
The Cavendish Hotel 81 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6JF
Happily Affordable ££
Type of Venue

What they say:

The Rosa Lewis Bar is named after the legendary 'Duchess of Jermyn Street' who owned The Cavendish Hotel from 1902-1952. The famous British chef and hotelier was known for her amazing culinary skills and flamboyance. With only the finest premium branded drinks each brewery and producer has been carefully chosen for quality and taste. It is the perfect sophisticated spot for a late night drink in the West End!

What we say:

Stop by this lavish hotel bar for a sophisticated drink that will have you feeling like you're on holiday for the night. An ideal place to take in some of the fantastic food menu pre or post-theatre, The Rosa Lewis Bar is very popular with the West End crowd.

A welcome refuge from the hustle and bustle of London's streets, in the peaceful interior you can delve into the all British snack menu with some tasty sandwich options. The cocktail menu is also one to be reckoned with, as the experienced bartenders can whip up Vespa Martinis, Caipirinhas and their signature drink, The Rosa Lewis - which is an homage to the great woman, consisting of Cointreau, rose syrup, lime juice, and Chapel Down Brut Rose.