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    Connaught Bar

    Located inside of London’s venerable Connaught Hotel, one of the top hotels in the glitzy area of Mayfair, the Connaught Bar is known for its chic, innovative cocktails, served in a relaxed and elegant atmosphere. Signature libations include a Fleurissimo, a combination of Champagne and cognac dedicated to Princess Grace of Monaco; the Mulata Daisy, made with premium rum, Galliano, creme de cacao, fennel and lime juice; and the Faraway Collins, a unique, modern twist on the classic Tom Collins.Don’t miss the martini cart, which brings the perfect martini right to your table! Cocktail prices range from £18 to £30, definitely on the higher end but on par with the neighborhood of Mayfair. There is also a limited bar menu that includes such favorites as shepherd’s pie and oysters on the half shell.

    The walls at the Connaught Bar are adorned in Sterling silver leaf in a 1920s Art Deco motif, conceived by premier British designer David Collins.  The Connaught Bar is open Monday through Saturday from noon to 1:00 a.m. and on Sunday from noon until midnight. The Connaught Bar is favorite of well-heeled visitors and London’s titled residents and successful professionals.

    The Connaught Hotel, established in 1815, features 121 five-star guest rooms plus an Aman spa and two award-winning restaurants.

    Mayfair is one of the most exclusive addresses in London and even the world. Mayfair plays host to some of the city’s most exclusive hotels. In addition to the Connaught, Mayfair is home to the Ritz, the Dorchester and Claridge’s, just to name a few.

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    Address: Connaught Bar, Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1K 2AC
    Phone: 44 020 7499 7070

     

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