198 Shaftesbury Ave, Covent Garden, London WC2H 8JL
Below the pavement of Shaftesbury Avenue, at the top of Monmouth Street, down a flight of steps into a high-ceilinged basement, the Freud café has been serving legendary cocktails and much else besides since 1986. During the day there are delicious soups, salads and sandwiches, freshly made on the premises, together with free newspapers, every kind of coffee and just about everything else you might want to relax or chill out. In the evening it is alive with excitement and friends meeting friends.
111/113 Walton Street, Chelsea, London SW3 2HP,
Intimate and smart, it’s a favourite with locals for everything from a relaxing drink after work to a lively night out. Very much at home amongst all the glamour and indulgence of Walton Street, the original Eclipse Bar that opened its doors back in 1998.
Mayfair’s very own tiki bar, Mahiki, is two floors of tropical cocktail heaven. Revellers are transported to warmer climes in the surroundings of the bar’s tiki decor and drinks made with fresh fruit. The unique creativity in every drink on the menu and the dance floors are always full to bursting. The fun, friendly atmosphere of Mahiki is a fifteen minute taxi ride from your Harrington apartment.
A fifteen minute taxi ride to the Mayfair/Soho border, The Cuckoo Club stands out from other London nightspots. With a unique, soulful character this flamboyantly decorated club attracts a more discerning crowd looking for the finest dance music from some of Europe’s best DJs. The Cuckoo Club has played host to everyone from Pete Tong to Florence and the Machine.