If he was spirited back, George Best wouldn’t recognise his former local these days. The old ‘Feeney’ was luxuriously revamped back in 2010, & now sports an elegant saloon bar trendily decked out in muted aubergine shades, with geometrically bevelled mirrors, red mock-crocodile chairs & shelves of antique books – clubbers congregate here at the weekends for a few swift house martinis & mojitos before hitting Boujis. During the day, the conservatory-style restaurant & chic terrace are a draw for lunching ladies & others who fill up on plates of confit duck salad with pancetta, cashews, watermelon & pomegranate or herb-crusted sea bass with citrus dressing & sultana couscous, accompanied by bottles from the rather pricey, Euro-accented wine list. A stripped-back ‘deli’ off the dining room dispenses all-day sharing platters & lighter dishes.
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