Champagne is a must for every occasion but if you want an extra special treat or just something to tickle the tastebuds you must try one or two of The Wonder Lists favourites and indulge by the glass or bottle…
Where are you going to pop your cork?
Oscar Wilde Lounge
Featuring elegant Louis XVI decoration, the Oscar Wilde Lounge at Hotel Café Royal is a charming place for champagne and cocktails, light bites and live entertainment.
Nestled between the elegance of Mayfair and the creativity of Soho, the Oscar Wilde Lounge is the space where great minds came together to change the world. It is in this very room that Oscar Wilde fell in love with Lord Alfred Douglas, Aubrey Beardsley debated with Whistler, David Bowie retired Ziggy Stardust and Mick Jagger, the Beatles and Elizabeth Taylor danced the night away
The Club Room
Downstairs at Bob Bob Ricard – The polished metals, mahoganies and marbles that coat the booths and bar tops convey a ’20s opulence and make this place feel like a party that never quite stopped.
Live music and entertainment will frequently accompany the boozy dinners that go on late into the night here, like they always should in Soho.
The famous press for champagne button is in every booth so no fear there will not be a drought!
The Texture Champagne Bar welcomes diners for pre-dinner aperitifs, or those who want to take advantage of the award winning champagne and wine list. Located in Portman Square, the Texture Champagne Bar offers its patrons, and champagne enthusiasts, a selection of over 140 champagnes by the bottle, and a further five champagnes by the glass making Texture’s Champagne Bar one of London’s most extensive champagne destinations.
One of the most distinguished features enables visitors to learn about the history, cultivation and creation process of each champagne selection through notes that are given on each glass. In addition, Texture’s Champagne Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a unique selection of champagne based cocktails.
Discreetly tucked away in Claridge’s art deco interior, The Fumoir is where those in the know have enjoyed a quiet drink since 1929.
By day, sip super cold champagne and nibble on macaroons. By night pop in for pre-theatre drinks such as a signature Claridge’s Julep. Or drop in for a vodka martini nightcap, perfectly mixed and served in an ice-chilled glass. As William Klein portraits gaze down moodily from the walls, this is a place to settle in and relish the moment.
There is a no reservations policy but you can take a peak inside..
Harvey Nichols, Fifth Floor Bar has had a makeover, the drinks list has been completely revamped and they have one of the finest selections of Champagnes in town.
Whether it’s work drinks, a casual catch-up or a night on the town, the 5th Floor is a perfect place to pitch up.
Harvey Nichols has a heritage of Champagne, cocktails, glamour and fun, the Bar Manager has curated a selection of classic, non-alcoholic and London-inspired cocktails, such as the English Garden Margarita and Bucks Palace Back Yard, to champion seasonal ingredients and the finest selection of premium alcohols from all over the world.
One of the famous bars within The Savoy, The bar itself stands on the hotel’s former cabaret stage, which was graced by such luminaries as Carol Gibbons, the Savoy Orpheans and George Gershwin
The Beaufort Bar provides a theatrical, art deco setting in which to enjoy cocktails that push the boundaries. The award-winning team have created a menu designed to intrigue and excite guests with each drink listed entirely unique to the Beaufort Bar. For guests with more of a taste for champagne, the Beaufort Bar boasts an impressive selection of vintage and non-vintage champagne by the glass and bottle.
Reservations on Monday – Thursday!
Guests will be inspired in Artesian, named after the original 360ft-deep well under the hotel, and winner of the coveted ‘World’s Best Bar’ accolade, you can slip comfortably into this room of splendour and sip on one of the many champagnes from a carefully curated list.
Even the ice here is special – produced using the very latest technology, Artesian’s ice is purer, colder and with a higher density, making it last longer and your cocktails cooler.
Sartoria’s Libare Bar is a Savile Row hotspot, combining a dash of old Mayfair charm with a measure of Italian style. The drinks list comprises of seasonal twists on Italian classics like Bellinis, Negronis and Spritzes, alongside some very special champagnes, the service is friendly and very attentive you will not want to leave…. so don’t!
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