Bourne & Hollingsworth promotes period tipples such as white ladies, gin fizzes and gimlets all served up with cup cakes and macaroons in this 1930's era bar.
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Bourne & Hollingsworth
28 Rathbone PlaceMaryleboneLondonW1T 1JF
- +44 (0)20 7636 8228
- Public transport:
- Goodge Street, Underground
Such a lovely cocktail stop hidden away down this staircase! It's a bit like hiding out during prohibition in your grandmother's parlour, complete with faded flowery wallpaper and tealights in china teacups on each table.
My mate and I were guided to a table with a reserved sign on it, which made me think it was a prop, though the place was quite full in the pre-dinner slot on a Wednesday...more
Almost like a speakeasy without the pretentiousness of being a speakeasy. Pleasant little discovery at the bottom of the steps with floral decor and distinctive tea cups. Their menu of drinks and cocktails is almost overwhelming (in a good way) and takes indecisive people like me half an hour to decide what they want. And that's why I ended up getting 3 drinks that were all quite tasty and...more
Came in here after a terrible experience at the Roxy. I only wish we had one of these in Las Vegas. I mean who doesn't like a shortbread or tea sandwich with their cocktail! The staff was super friendly and the drinks were awesome. I couldn't have found a better place - just wish we found it earlier in the trip!more
If your grandmother opened a cocktail shop and invited in all the hipsters in London, she could call it Bourne & Hollingsworth 2.
That's not a bad thing, mind you. There's a simply joy in the quaintness in this Fitzrovia drinkery. Knowing that they actually worked hard to make it feel this way, with the faded floral wallpaper, candles inside teacups at every table, flowers on the bar, does...more
Sometimes I love being a Yelp member. Recently it's because I've been to tis little gem in Fitzrovia before, but couldn't tell anyone about it because I wasn't a member. Well I am now!! WIN
So another instalment in the saga of 'let's show my Warren St working friend some local cocktail bars so she can impress her other work friends.' I think that last time I promised to think of an...more