We love Seven Dials in Covent Garden so can’t wait for its latest addition, Earlham Street Clubhouse, opening this November.
We’re told that it will bring 90s preppy America to London, with guests indulging in pizza by the slice, and adventurous cocktails starting at £7, and designed by Soul Shakers, including Rolling With the Homies (vodka, peach and strawberry puree, fresh lemon, sugar and fizz).
Designer Matt Rawlinson, of award-winning Raw Design, has transformed the basement venue to combine classic clubhouse interiors with vintage boardwalk glamour. Fairground lights and hidden booths down secret passages are guaranteed to make this place cosy. The best bit? These booths are fitted out with their own vintage gas pump serving ice cold beer directly to the table (!!!).
If that’s not reason enough to visit, award winning chef, Toni, will be offering up a selection of New York thin crust, wood fired pizzas. Get them either by the slice, 12” or 20” sizes for £3.50 – £18. We like the sound of The Fresh Prince (not just for the name – honest!) which will feature homemade ricotta sauce, scamorza cheese, fennel sausage, wild mushrooms, fresh basil and baby tomatoes. Yum!
Earlham Street Clubhouse opens to the public officially on 14th November 2013.
Monday – Saturday- 12pm till midnight, Sunday 12pm – 10.30pm
0207 240 5142
Earlham Street Clubhouse
35 Earlham Street