Two restaurants from Caprice Holdings in the form of Harry’s Dolce Vita in Knightsbridge and Granary Square Brasserie in King’s cross; Korean store and restaurant Mee Market in Soho; Simon Rogan returns with Roganic and an immersive cocktail experience at The Berkeley.
Read our guide to the restaurants opening in London this December.
Harry’s Dolce Vita
Harry’s Dolce Vita will be an Italian all-day dining restaurant on Basil Street in Knightsbridge.
With stylish décor, seasonal Italian plates, and “all the elegance and glamour of 1950’s Italy”, Harry’s Dolce Vita is a nod to the namesake Harry’s Bar in Venice.
From breakfast through to dinner, the menu at Harry’s Dolce Vita will feature Italian classics from Chef Director Diego Cardoso, who has previously worked at Murano in Mayfair.
Granary Square Brasserie
Granary Square Brasserie, located in King’s Cross, will offer all-day dining seven days a week.
The 250-cover restaurant will offer a modern British menu with classic dishes from around the globe. There will also be a large alfresco dining area.
Out of The Blue at The Berkeley
The Blue Bar at The Berkeley has created ‘Out Of The Blue’, an immersive experience where technology and mixology combine, enhancing sights, sounds and scents to create a unique drinking experience.
The idea is that you are presented with 4 cocktails but you have no idea what each one is. Sip each cocktail whilst watching the accompanying video before having the ingredients revealed at the end.
In partnership with Bacardi Limited, ‘Out Of The Blue’ is a feast for the senses for cocktail lovers.
Restaurateur and entrepreneur Linda Lee, will launch new ‘table & market’ concept Mee Market on Archer Street, Soho, this December.
Mee Market follows Linda’s successful ventures with Korean restaurant Koba, in Fitzrovia, and popular Korean street food outfit On The Bab – which now has four sites across London.
Mee Market will open its doors to the public on Monday 4 December.
Chef and Restaurateurs Simon and Penny Rogan are to open a permanent site of their previous pop-up Roganic on Blandford Street in Marylebone.
Roganic will feature elements of L’Enclume, Simon’s two Michelin star restaurant in the Lake District.
The Coach Makers Arms
Opening in December 2017, The Coach Makers Arms on Marylebone Lane is the latest addition to Cubitt House’s portfolio.
The food menu at The Coach Makers Arms will focus on seasonal British produce, offering a selection of daily specials displayed on blackboards and the group’s largest selection of lager, ales and craft beer.
Jack Solomons Club
Jack Solomons Club, a new Soho speakeasy bar will launch on 1st December 2017 in the basement of 41 Great Windmill Street,
The design will ‘epitomise a bygone era of London clubs in opulent style with plush finishes including pewter-metal bar counters, shaded velvet furnishings and red leather walls’
Sticks’n’Sushi, which offers traditional sushi alongside grilled yakitori skewers, opens its fifth restaurant in London in Victoria on Friday 8th December.
Opening inside the new Nova development, Sticks’n’Sushi Victoria will have two open-plan dining areas, on the ground and first floors, with the upper floor set under a canopy of arches.
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