London’s leading event and hospitality group, Camm & Hooper, is opening its fifth venue in January 2017, with a soft launch for private events in December 2016. Six Storeys on Soho, located at 11 Soho Square in central London, will offer an enticing journey back to yesteryear, to an era of prohibition, when residents and visitors rebelled and congregated for an evening of pure decadence. Surrender inhibitions and allow the talented mixologists to create unique cocktails, titillate the taste buds with delicious, home cooked, English food or invite all in sundry for an exclusive house party.
Enter the building on Soho Square, and let the story unravel. Starting in the Lobby Bar, style, sophistication and a selection of quaffable wines and cocktails await. From here, guests can venture upwards to The Parlour on the first storey, where French frivolity welcomes guests. Derived from the French, ‘parler’ – to speak, deep set sofas and banquette seating entice friends to meet, greet and enjoy telling stories over a bottle of wine and comfort food.
For those wanting to wine and dine their guests can exclusively take The Lounge on the second storey, an ideal space to host intimate parties or events. Expect cabinets filled with refined wines and decanters of exquisite spirits in The Decantery on the third storey. This is a bar which is dedicated to the craftsmanship of some of London’s most talented ‘booze engineers’, so expect the unexpected. The top two storeys are where the best stories are told. For privacy and intimacy in small gatherings or soirees, the fourth and fifth storey offer the ideal space as well as breath-taking views across London’s rooftops.
Six Storeys will be open for the early riser’s, right through to the night owls, serving food and drink throughout. Menus have been devised to fill, delight and intrigue guests, either through theatre, ingredient or technique. Fuel the morning with a signature ‘overnight infused oat jar with berries, apples and raisins’ whilst toasting English Muffins at the table. The day and evening menus combine comfort with a modern twist, expect carved flat iron chicken, confit lamb and twice baked soufflés with sloe gin jelly and peanut butter and chocolate pudding to finish.
The aforementioned surrendering inhibitions certainly comes into play when ordering from the famed mixologists who have tirelessly researched, experimented and created some of London’s most unique cocktails. Expect homemade 72 hour fig or apple pie infused Martinis or perhaps a savoury, venison and truffle gin cup.