69 Colebrooke Row

Bar / Lounge / Speakeasy
69 Colebrooke Row It may be signless and nameless, but 69 Colebrooke Row is anything but anonymous, and offers a stylish speakeasy atmosphere steeped in Old Hollywood class. London England 51.536446 -0.101001
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69 Colebrooke Row - Bar | Lounge | Speakeasy in London.
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Party Earth Review It may be signless and nameless, but 69 Colebrooke Row is anything but anonymous, and offers a stylish speakeasy atmosphere steeped in Old Hollywood class. The brainchild of cocktail wizard Tony Canigliaro of Isola and... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–W, Su 5pm–midnight, Th 5pm–1am, F–Sa 5pm–2am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth 69 Colebrooke Row Review

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It may be signless and nameless, but 69 Colebrooke Row is anything but anonymous, and offers a stylish speakeasy atmosphere steeped in Old Hollywood class.

It may be signless and nameless, but 69 Colebrooke Row is anything but anonymous, and offers a stylish speakeasy atmosphere steeped in Old Hollywood class.

The brainchild of cocktail wizard Tony Canigliaro of Isola and Camille Hobby-Limon of the Charles Lamb Pub, this small cocktail bar prides itself on its inviting yet mysterious air, a vibe punctuated by the ghostly silhouettes of a Depression-era couple caught in a spotlight that adorns the staircase wall.

Checkered floors and scattered lipstick-red leather chairs create a sleek backdrop for the love-struck romantics, cocktail connoisseurs, and jazz enthusiasts who stop in to flirt over carefully-crafted drinks, while cooing couples sit knee to knee to chat by candlelight.

A three-piece jazz band takes up the remaining space as they perform just an arm’s reach away from the crowd, while middle-aged cool cats roll in solo to settle in at the bar and tap their toes to the music.

Steeped in noir but never shady, 69 Colebrooke Row provides an intimate destination for Londoners looking to let their hair down and be a beautiful stranger for the night.

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Tip from Jonah:

The distillery (which they call the lab) has moved just down the street to the Drink Factory office – or better known as the spot where Pink Floyd recorded The Wall. It doesn’t get much cooler than that.

  • Crowd

    Couples, intellectual loners, musicians, and music lovers, 20s to 40s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Live jazz, old-time blues, and speakeasy tunes. Live pianist on Thursdays, live jazz on Sundays. Other events include guest drink speakers and cocktail master classes.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Bar snacks including cured meat, cheese, and olive plates.

  • Prices

    Bar snacks £3.50. Beer £3.50, wine £5+/glass or £21+/bottle, cocktails £8.50, champagne £9.50/glass or £49+/bottle.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Speakeasy chic: vintage polka-dot dresses, red matte lipstick, tortoise-rimmed moon spectacles, top hats, suspenders, bow ties, cufflinks, tie-up shoes.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursdays for the pianist and packed crowd, though reservations are essential.

  • Close By

    The Diner (21 Essex Road) is a good spot to grab a bite before slinking into 69 Colebrooke Row for fine cocktails.

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