Always seeking ways to improve, Patch in St Paul's are now ready to relaunch this Thursday (13th of March) after a brief period of renovating and ameliorating their venue. The first of many new steps for the company, which will also see the expansion of further Patch bars throughout the capital.
Part of the Swizzlestick group that also claims responsibility for such incredible spots as Pause, opposite the Lloyds building and Clause at Monument, you won't be disappointed with the changes they've made.
A brand new menu is on the cards, with a new head chef on board using only fresh and local produce handpicked from Smithfields and Borough Market; expect tapas, deli boards as well as hand crafted burgers and sandwiches. The cocktail list is varied and exotic, using ingredients from as far abroad as India and South America. The signature cocktail is the "Spicy Lover", a Mexican Martini blending gold tequila, agave syrup, fresh lime and tabasco muddled with cucumber and fresh coriander.
Having made a number of renovations to the venue thanks to designers DTWO you can now expect such rooms as The Garden Room, The Lodge, Parlour, Snug and VIP Club room set in the basement. One of the best independently-run cocktail bars in the area, it's also one of the best value-for-money, with regular food and drink deals on such 50% off Happy Hours all week and special monthly food and drink package offers for you to enjoy. With its new look, it's bound to become one of your favourite Central London drinking dens.