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The brainchild of St Martin’s-trained George Garnier, a young entrepreneur/landlord who rents out affordable units to local artists, this cool-as-you-like social hub occupies a converted public loo
in a still-grotty patch of gentrifying Southwark. Wannabe Emins and Hirsts come here to soak up some Northern Soul and swamp rock, while sipping cocktails such as Tailor Made (an Ocho Tequila,
Aperol and chilli sour) or Succubus (Maker’s Mark bourbon, bitters, blood orange and kumquat marmalade). Alternatively, order Kernel beers or one of the classy French wines. It’s still a work in
progress, but the moody lounge mixes Parisian art-deco styling with some utilitarian local authority touches – including the loos’ original black marble screens, which have been polished and
imaginatively recycled. The result is a space that feels simultaneously sophisticated and raw, with a dark, Gotham City edge.
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