Looking to bag a table at Soho's exclusive members' club Disrepute? You're in the right place. Once known as The Pinstripe Club, this sixties haunt is infamously remembered for its colourful history and being the location of the Profumo scandal. Once loved by politicians and celebrities alike, you can now experience a juicy combination of culture, but with Soho's modern twist.
This sexy date night spot is located in a stunning basement under Kingly Court, between Carnaby Street and Beak Street. Adorned with wood-panelled walls and vaulted ceilings, this bar oozes glamour. The long tunnel-shaped space still features the original private vaults, which have been stylishly refurbished.
Drawing on scandalous revelations throughout history, the extensive cocktail menu features some delicious drinks. There’s the tequila and chilli-infused Monet Made Me Do It, inspired by a private conversation in 1880 at The Chelsea Art Club. Or perhaps you’ll want to try a Royal Appointment? Flavoured with rum and passionfruit, it’s accompanied by an excerpt from a clandestine conversation at The Garrick Club in 1795.
Although Disrepute is a members bar, all applications are welcome for those who want to join in on civilised conversations. Or if you're looking for a night you won't forget, non-members can also book a table and experience an evening of luxury, culture and history.
What are you waiting for? Book your table at Disrepute here.