Dear friends, Mews of Mayfair will be reopening in a couple of months. A swanky Mayfair cocktail joint with a nod to the nags, drink mint juleps (as served at the Kentuckey Derby) in among riding crops and rosettes. Family-run Gordon’s Wine Bar has quenched the thirst of thousands of Wine lovers for over 100 years. Friday: 9am – 10pm This unique service makes the exquisite dining experience at HIDE memorable for customers as diners are able to contribute to the excellence of their dining experience through the extensive selection of fine wines Hedonism Wines can offer, adding a unique touch to their dining experience they won’t get elsewhere, making it one of the best Wine Bars in Mayfair. The Air Street branch has a separate bar and the tall, art deco space is ideal as soon as cocktail hour strikes. Dairy-free and sugar-free menu. With an extensive wine list with over 500 wines to available, chosen by owner Xavier Rousset who in 2002 won the UK Ruinart Sommelier of the year, and has also worked as Head Sommelier in Raymond Blancs Le Manior aux Quat’saisons.

To accompany the vast selection of fine wines, The Mews of Mayfair have a Cheese and Charcuterie menu to enhance the flavours of the wines and exhibit the high quality flavours of the Cheese and Meats they provide to their customers. The menu is designed to offer a selection of dishes which will compliment the customers wine of choice. The team at Hedonism Wines ensure that their knowledge and experience in the industry is passed onto customers, enabling them to purchase their desired bottle/s of wine.

Dartmouth House was ... organisation, Charitable organisation, Non-Profit Organization, Charitable Organisations, Wine Bar, Nestled between Leicester Square and Covent Garden Tube stations you just don't get a better location for a Christmas party night in London. Purchased by the ESU in 1926, Dartmouth House is one of the most notable properties in Mayfair. For a single, mind-blowingly strong, heartbreakingly delicious cocktail head for Dukes, one of London’s true classic bars, and justly famous for the theatrical presentation of martinis created on a tray brought out specially for you. The menu also has a range of meat options, our favourite being Grilled Lamb Cutlets, Dauphinoise Potatoes and french beans – when paired with a crisp red wine, compliment each other beautifully. The cocktail menu is described as ‘liquid cuisine’ and drinks being rustled up behind the bar look pretty freaky too and drinking vessels include fish bowls and Chinese takeaway cartons. Instead of working with mass-maret wineries, The Remedy brand themselves as ‘quality obsessed ‘ sourcing their wines from small producers.