For a mean martini or a rocking rhubarb bellini, head upstairs to the buzzy, split-level lounge above GOAT, where the crowd is a little more eclectic than the standard issue in this high-end postcode – although the Made in Chelsea set appear at the weekend, when DJs spin soul/funk in a salvaged church pulpit. Drinks hit the mark, exceptional thin-crust pizzas are brought up from the restaurant below, service is sweet and the eye-candy quota high. So far, so good, but the bonus draw – for those who can locate it – is a dimly lit hole-up away from the hubbub. Tricked out like a dour Presbyterian minister’s study, this dishy den mixes a scratchy jazz soundtrack and leather chesterfields with some rare absinthes and well-executed cocktails: make Spanish Harlem (Woodford Reserve bourbon, sherry, lemon and plum bitters) your opening gambit.
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