What was the Frieda B bar has been recast as a smart indie neighbourhood cocktail lounge, done out in ‘silent movie star’ chic and offering a selection of cocktails widely enjoyed during that decade including aviation, sidecar and red death – a lethal injection of vodka, gin, Amaretto, Cointreau, Southern Comfort, lime and orange juice. Other retro rinses from various eras in cocktail history could feature Cuba libre, cosmopolitan, porn star martini, tequila sunrise and that hip revenant, blue lagoon. Meanwhile, ‘tea time trays’ bring china cups containing almond iced tea and Rise 46 punch (Beefeater 24, Lillet blanc, ginger syrup, pink grapefruit juice and green tea), plus cucumber dainties for two to share (£15). Cold savouries and wines are also available, along with Scottish, Belgian and Spanish beers. DJs are in the house until 2am on weekends.
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