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20 April 2014
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Milk & Honeyone star

61 Poland Street, London W1F 7NU

Bars Soho

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  • Wine: £22.00
  • Champagne: £55.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 11pm-3am

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Before you shell out £1,500 for a five-year membership (which encompasses other Rushmore Group venues), why not book in advance for a test drive at this celebrated outpost of the New York legend? Once inside, rub shoulders with bon viveurs, raconteurs, chancers and famous faces a go-go. The old-skool Soho vibe is appealing and the price of a top-drawer martini is no more than at inferior hangouts hereabouts. Around £10 gets Brigadoon, Floradora, peaty Scotch penicillin (a whisky toddy) and revived classics such as Dempsey (gin, Calvados, grenadine and absinthe), while nice nosh includes sliders, popcorn shrimps, pizzetti, arancini balls and crostini to go with bottles of house wine (£22). Cigars on the roof terrace and fun in the games room are further reasons to apply for full membership, which also allows you to linger beyond 11pm.

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  1. Milk & Honey

    61 Poland Street, London W1F 7NU
    Overall rating:
     
    Mitzie8cake
      Gold Reviewer  (87)

     
    • Food & Drink: 8
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 7
    • Value: 7

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  1. Published : Thursday, 5th December 2013

    sexdrugsandbaconrolls :: Milk and Honey

    Milk and Honey is located behind a secret door in Soho. By touching the correct buzzer on the correct anonymous door you are let in to the glamourous reception where we gave our coats, bags and brolly’s. We were seated by an hip east end waiter to two stools in the centre of the restaurant – not the most comfy but at least we got a good view of the bar. The bar and seating area was small and compact, 1920’s in theme and very dark. A perfect speak easy. This place apparently has a number of floors which are mainly used for members but non-members can come on weekdays when less busy. We ordered a range of cocktails that were all delicious and quickly devoured. The waiter observably topped up our glasses of water with the cucumber and mint water to our side...
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