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Nestled in Wimborne in an old paint shop, an intimate cocktail bar has been quietly built. Think old style speakeasy..The former stock room in the back of the building is the low lit lounge with a small bar in the front stocking various liquors from...more
It’s like stepping back in time with beautiful decor and quaint little corners to sit. Long drapes and candles gives a lavish ambience. It all makes for a memorable evening after reading the endless list of gins on offer.
A group of six of us visited on 20/10/18 to celebrate a friend's birthday. We had booked a booth for a two hour slot and enjoyed it so much we wanted to stay there for the rest of the evening as the atmosphere was lovely....More
As someone that has worked in Wimborne and been within its community for the last five years, I would recommend this bar to anyone looking for an evening out with something a bit unique! It is a real gem in the heart of Wimborne. The...More
I'm so frustrated in this place. it has so much potential! The idea behind it and the decor is great but service and availability are seriously lacking. We came on a Saturday night and propped ourselves at the bar, the gin I wanted was out...More
This was our first visit since they moved. The staff were great - very attentive and knowledgeable. We all had a couple of great gin cocktails before going on for dinner! Lovely start to the evening and lucky we booked as they were full.
I visited the new Gin House with a friend. The menu has got bigger and so has the place. We got 2 for 1 drinks which was a boost.
The detracting factor was the poor service by a bunch of muppets who were more interested...More
Went here recently with the two boys on route to dinner. The options are huge but meant little to me as I do not usually drink Gin. However after discussing my likes with the barman he came over with a lovely gin and mixer that...More
Why was it necessary to reserve a table, when the place was more or less empty?
The tables in the rear room are too close together.
Even though empty, it took a long time to be served.
My partner had such a great time at the original premises with a girlfriend that she wanted to repeat this experience with me. Sadly that didn't happen because when we arrived we were told that there was a private party booked from 7pm and we...More