Looking for a bar with inventive cocktails and bucket loads of ambience to cheer up a cold, wintry night? The new look No. 92 bar, next to The Notting Hill Brasserie might be just the thing.
Plush velvet love seats, armchairs and antique mirrors create a relaxed atmosphere whilst the surroundings are decorated with quirky artwork such as an entire wall devoted to sketches and caricatures featuring noses. The art-deco style bar with a glass front and expansive silver top create a major feature to the room.
Working with bartending consultancy Fluid Movement, a cocktail menu has been devised with drinks themed around centuries of blending. Guests can enjoy early Georgian creations like the Fish House Punch - first made in 1732 - with Cognac, peach, lemon juice and black tea as well as the Spiced Whiskey Flip - created in 1695 - containing Whiskey, syrup, a whole egg, chocolate and liquorice bitters. The menu continues on a liquid journey through the Victorian era and the Jazz age before arriving in the present day. No. 92 will also have an extensive Champagne menu on offer, available by the bottle or by the glass.
And should you be feeling hungry, guests can snack on Cannellone of Crab with Prawn and Shellfish Veloute, Warm Tart of Crottin de Chavignol & Beetroot and Foie Gras & Chicken Liver Parfait with Brioche. Lighter bites include Olives and Caper Berries and Triple Cooked Chips with Aioli.
Owned by First Restaurant Group, the bar has a separate entrance from the street but guests will also be able to access it from The Notting Hill Brasserie which has now been extended into the old bar area, offering more tables for visiting diners.
For more information on hiring the venue please contact:
T 020 7839 4763