Beach Blanket Babylon
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Whether having an intimate cocktail with friends or a Grand Banquet in the Ballroom fit for Kings & Queens, BBB epitomizes the very best of Cool Britannia in an environment of sheer unadulterated decadence!
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In a Victorian mansion house close to Portobello Market, this always-packed bar is distinguishable by its eclectic indoor–outdoor spaces with Gaudí-esque curves and snug corner spaces
They have another in Shoreditch, but the interiors do not compare! This is the one to go to!
Whether having an intimate cocktail with friends or a Grand Banquet in the Ballroom fit for Kings & Queens, BBB epitomizes the very best of Cool Britannia in an environment of sheer unadulterated decadence! Very popular Notting Hill bar.
Very trendy bar with great food. A great place to spend an evening with friends.
“Retreat from the crowds and take in a matinée at the Electric Cinema, one of the country's oldest and most romantic movie houses. Sink into the depths of its luxurious leather armchairs and sofas with a glass of wine (there’s no need for popcorn, as substantial bar snacks are prepared in the adjoining Electric Diner).”
“A huge selection of bottled beers and quirky twists on classic cocktails (Courvoisier, mint, and champagne anyone?) are the attractions at this bar and diner next to Notting Hill's famed Electric Cinema on Portobello Road. ”
“A persistently critically acclaimed Indian restaurant that takes its cue from Vedic ideas of a healthy balance of energy. Those lofty ideals aside, it serves up delicious Indian cuisine with a contemporary twist. It also organises regular special events such as inviting noted guest chefs to take over the kitchen. ”
“For a local G&T there's really only one place to go: the Portobello Star, which has been serving booze since 1740, and crafting its own rather brilliant gin for the past eight years. Order a Portobello Pour (made with 1724 tonic and a twist of pink grapefruit peel); if you want to know more there are Ginstitute classes and a small museum upstairs (and down the road at 186 is London's first gin hotel, The Distillery, which flung open its doors in early 2017).”
“Super delicious food, lovely fresh interiors make it the always booked local favourite of Notting Hill. Book in advance or just turn up with a smile and you might get yourself a table. ”