Frontier-challenging mixologist Tony Conigliaro's fame and passion for his craft has spread far beyond the confines of Colebrooke Row, but this legendary ‘bar with no name' still preaches its ‘molecular' gospel to a crowd of cocktail purists and adventurers. Once past the black door, enter a speakeasy-style venue where you can sample the results of Tony's weird science – nothing is straightforward here, but there's meaning and sense behind the arcane wizardry. A bloody Mary gets its heat from horseradish-infused vodka and a pepper distillate, while the explorer brings together Leblon cachaça, fig leaf tincture and lime juice, while vinus lupus is an amalgam of clover honey and camomile with verjus, Mastic liqueur and Sauvignon Blanc. It's an ever-shifting seasonal line-up, backed by a few wines, Vedett beer and some snacks (mini saucisson, jamón iberico, and so on).
Travel to 69 Colebrooke Row in style with London's leading minicab firm Addison Lee.Get a quote »