The Anthologist offers a bar, cocktail lounge, kitchen, deli and basement wine cellar as well as a chef’s table and cabana-style raised tables for two. The bar offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, favouring local suppliers.
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58 Gresham StreetLondonEC2V 7BB
A very modern bar with private spaces on the ground floor for small gatherings, located right in the centre of the city. It usually gets pretty packed on weekday especially on Thursday and Friday but the staff there are very friendly and some super attractive ones! They have some good bar food as well with lots of space on the restaurant area. The music is great here and people can stand...more
The Anthologist bar and restaurant is tucked away near the gorgeous Guildhall, a Roman amphitheatre and a 17th century place of worship (the Lord Mayor of London's official church). The area is steeped in history being the location of the great fire of London in 1666. Here you have an area where the old truly meets the new.
Catering to the drinking and eating needs of investment bankers and...more
A modern and spacious bar/restaurant/deli.
I have been here on a Thursday evening after work and the place was packed with people. Be sure to book a table if you are a big group.
Service was surprisingly quick and we never waited long at the bar.
Being a fairly big venue we did eventually manage to grab a table/seat and had a great night all round.more
This was the perfect choice for a large work lunch (13 people). I managed to book a table just 90 minutes in advance after my colleagues decided they didn't like the initial dining choice.
The decor is much like the other Drake & Margan venues - quirky but feminine decor in a large, airy space. The large group tables in the middle of the dining area use a combination of armchairs and park...more
I'm often in this bar after work, and to be honest, feel like it's largely style over substance. It's always extremely busy, and it's a classy bar and venue, but is far too expensive for what it ultimately offers. A small bottle of beer for £6? No thanks
I've yet to eat here, but judging from friends' experiences and the price of the menu, it won't be something I'll be trying any time soon....more