Having read about and heard about this bar, I could not wait to visit. We were told that they were fully booked but as two persons we had a good chance as early walk-ins. Except.. we had not been told about a dress code. I wore my only dress and low white sandals. My husband had a shirt, long chinos and Keens. The verdict was that our dress was " not chic enough". I think they meant a more formal dress and high heels for women and perhaps a tie and jacket for men ? It was not clear. We said that we had not been told these specifics and were kindly admitted in.
The decor is certainly something else, in a sort of Germanic 1930s way. Very imposing. The drinks were rather tiny for the price and not especially to our tastes and I suspect one of the gins would have been a better bet. We are glad we went for the decor and people watching and also the art pieces outside in the courtyard.
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