This hidden watering hole is concealed behind the façade of a Grade II listed East London pub. Adelto loves the whole ‘only for those in-the-know’ vibe of this individual cocktail bar in the heart of the city.
In keeping with the collection’s concept, 5cc Singer Tavern finds inspiration in its location’s history. Built in 1929, the site was originally conceived to house the headquarters of the iconic Singer Sewing Machine Company.
Featuring bare brick walls, original tiles, intimate leather booths and a private space seating up to 10 covers, 5cc Singer Tavern can only be described as a hedonistic drinking hub with a cool but eccentric atmosphere.
Introducing a carefully crafted martini menu exclusive to this venue, 5cc Singer Tavern remains true to the collection’s philosophy; offering a variety of quality spirits and well-made drinks in a stylish but approachable environment. The new bar hopes to showcase the very best in London’s clandestine cocktail culture – and isn’t just another hipster London bar.
The hidden London bar has a martini menu that boasts batch-produced gins from authentic distillers including the popular East London Liquor Company. From the house Martini to unconventional alternatives such as Saint & Sinner’s Dictador Colombian Aged gin, there is a martini for every palette.
5cc Singer Tavern, 1 City Road, London, EC1, England, 5cc-london.com
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