Known to all as ‘the bar with no name’, monochrome 69 Colebrooke Row stakes its sky-high reputation on cocktails from whizzo mixologist Tony Conigliaro – a man who can blow your mind with a few carefully chosen ingredients, some weird science and a flick of the wrist. Inspired by the creativity of contemporary chefs and other movers and shakers, Conigliaro has helped to drag cocktails firmly into the 21st century, and the range here includes around a dozen specialist sips: try apple and hay bellini (a clever take on a classic), the gin-based orange grove fizz or the intriguingly named terroir – distilled clay, flint and lichen served straight from the bottle. Accompanying snacks are of the saucisson and jamón variety. Live jazz on Sundays and occasional masterclasses beginning with a lesson in Conigliaro’s lab are cool extras.
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