The Bloomsbury Club Bar hosts ‘Trim and Tonic’ as part of stylish St Patrick’s Day celebrations
Irish family owned venue The Bloomsbury Club Bar is offering something a little special to add to this years St Patrick’s Day celebrations on March 17th.
Partnering with the world’s oldest barbershop Truefitt & Hill and Irish artisan distillers The Dingle Distillery, the bar will be hosting a “Trim and Tonic” pop up, offering a hot towel shave for £25 accompanied by a complimentary Dingle Original Gin and Tonic.
Available from 10am – 4pm, the luck of the Irish is in evidence as anyone with an Irish passport will receive their shave and G and T for free!
Truefitt & Hill have been established in London since 1805 and with previous clients including the Duke of Wellington, Winston Churchill and several members of royalty, gents will be in safe hands to get themselves spruced up for an evening of shenanigans.
To continue the elegantly Irish celebrations, The Bloomsbury Club Bar is throwing a traditional soiree from 6pm – 1am, with live acoustic Irish music, a specially curated food menu and bespoke cocktails, inspired by the Emerald Isle.
Bar Manager, Brian Calleja has created a cocktail menu based on The Dingle Distillery’s artisan spirits of whiskey, vodka and gin, with highlights including ” The Italian Craic ” and ” The Founding Fathers”.
These will be served alonsgide stouts and Dublin pale ales from independent Irish craft brewer Porterhouse Brewing Company, including a new limited edition release, brewed specially for the occassion.
Irish born and bred Executive Chef at The Bloomsbury, Byron Moussouris has created an authentic Irish Club Bites Menu featuring such temptations as Hot Smoked Salmon, Colcannon Potatoes with Caper Butter, Mini Stout Cakes with Irish Whiskey Cream and Guiness Welsh Rarebit.
As part of the newly relaunched Bloomsbury Hotel, the bar with it’s plush leather armchairs, atmospheric lighting and wall to wall bookshelves is the perfect backdrop to celebrating in style.
Meanwhile a secluded outside space lends an air of enchantment, with booths set against the exposed brickwork and a canvas of fairy lights covering the ceiling.
So, if you are looking to celebrate St Patrick’s day in style, get down to The Bloomsbury Club Bar and enjoy the craic!