Posts Tagged ‘bar’

Kettner’s was opened in 1867 by Auguste Kettner, the then chef to Napoleon III. Since then the venue has hosted a whole array of famous individuals ranging from Oscar Wilde, to King Edward VII.  The bar is comprised of four Georgian houses, which have recently been refurbished and remodelled to bring the venue...

Paramount is one of London’s most exclusive venues . It is located at the summit of the Centre Point, a 1960s concrete remnant that many believe plagues the skyline in-and-around Tottenham Court Road. Though the building’s exterior leaves much to be desired, the interior of the top three floors that is Paramount...

Adam Street is a members club with a traditional twist. It offers various facilities including a bar, restaurant, library and private hire areas. Usually when one thinks of a members club for business individuals, one thinks of cigar smoking men sitting in oak-panelled rooms. James Minter, owner of Adam Street,...