5 Of Something New
Sometimes it’s just nice to be “in the know” and first with that little tidbit of knowledge or even leading with the latest news stories so being one of the first through the door of a new bar or restaurant can give you that same satisfaction.
This week’s “5 Of” brings you something new, in fact it brings you 5 something new’s with a selection of the hottest openings in London that will get Thirsty February underway after what seemed like a very long Dry January.
Pitch Black – http://pitchblackbar.com/ – Covent Garden
Pitch Black is a new experiential, blind tasting of cocktails and wines, but with one big twist, it’s in complete darkness. Covent Garden based pop-up with a real taste sensation for those who fancy themselves as having a taste of new flavours for this 90 minute experiential experiment.
Little Nan’s Bar – https://www.littlenans.co.uk/ – Catford/Deptford/Dalston/Peckham
The multi award winning Little Nan’s Bar presents you with her quirky kitsch unique London venues located in Deptford, Dalston, Peckham and now Catford, spoiling you with Teapot Cocktails. Surviving the hipster revolution with reputation intact by delivering a fantastic tongue-in-cheek environment and excellent vibes.
Kricket – http://www.kricket.co.uk/ – Soho/Brixton
The restaurant is a modern memoir of time spent living and working in Mumbai where the story started. Combining British ingredients with the authentic flavours, aromas and spices of India, the focus is to create seasonal, modern Indian plates and drinks, served in a relaxed space. Borne from the Brixton Pop scene the new restaurant in Soho is taking things to the next level.
Six Storeys – https://www.sixstoreys.com/ – Soho
Decadent new Soho opening which offers, no surprises here, six storeys of eating and drinking for 300 very satisfied guests. Think No. 5 Cavendish Square on steroids.This is classed as a members club for those not able to be a member of a private club.
Duck Duck Goose – http://www.duckduckgooselondon.com/ – Brixton
This Cantonese pop-up is inspired by the old school Hong Kong cafes and roast meat shops, duck duck goose will be informal, affordable and buzzy. As we’ve seen from the rest of this list Brixton is a hotbed of exciting new restaurants that go on to bigger, better things.
Short and sweet this week so get out there and enjoy and please share.