A gorgeous venue from the ever-growing Daisy Green Collection, Ziggy Green takes pride of place as part of Heddon Street’s trendy restaurant set. Ziggy boasts a particularly special location on the strip though, with their doorway immortalised on the cover of David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy…
Found just shy of Regent Street, Ziggy Green is a gorgeous restaurant space in Heddon Street offering up eclectic cocktails, a top Aussie brunch and coffee.
Perfect for shoppers, intimate evening drinks and business power lunches, join Ziggy Green for alfresco Mexican nights on Saturdays with watermelon margaritas and bottomless prosecco.
Located in a stunning Grade II listed former cinema building on the a street that was launched in pop culture by David Bowie and his Ziggy Stardust album cover, the space helps to bring art, food and music together with huge statement art pieces by UK artists Bonnie and Clyde and Grazie.
- Cocktail Bar , Event Space , Restaurant
- After Work Drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates
- Mayfair, West End
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
Ziggy Green, 4 Heddon Street, W1B 4BS
Piccadilly Circus (Tube)
Ziggy Green is perfectly proportioned for private hires and designed with art in mind.
Ideal for press and brand events, art shows and intimate parties.
|Colony Room Green
Known affectionately as one of the ‘seediest spots in Britain’ but also the Bohemian heart of Soho, The Colony Room Club was an infamous drinking den/small members club which ran from 1948 to 2008. It attracted celebrity artists and eccentrics of its day, including founder member Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud.
Curated by Darren Coffield, ex-club member, (YBA) artist, and author of ‘Tales from the Colony Room’ - we have worked tirelessly to recreate the infamous Soho drinking den catering to the bohemian elite through an immersive art installation in the downstairs of Ziggy Green.
With no phones allowed and the only prerequisite for membership to not be boring (a rule instilled by Muriel Belcher, the original club landlord), head down the staircase and step back in time. Sip on cheap beer, house wine (with prices matching those of 2008) or an Espresso Martini - in memory of Dick Bradsell, the head barman at the club in the late 1990s (who created the now ubiquitous cocktail for Kate Moss) - all in the surrounds and iconic green hues of Colony Room Green.