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Ark Bar, Hampstead

Went here on Sep 6 (see below) and had a cracking evening. The downstairs had been refurbed...very slick. Lots of comfy sofas and cool club look. An excellent contrast to the eclectic north african styling of restaurant bar up stairs....sadly my friend no longer runs the place and it's under new ownership (that'll be why the tel. no. no longer works)
Now called the Nile Bar downstairs and apparently upstairs in being converted into a bakery.....shame

15 Jan 2006 16:59

The George, Soho

Had some fantastic nights in this pub...but that's when the lovely sweedish barmaid was becoming one of my best friends and I had a habit of winning free rounds of drinks in prize draws...purely coincidental I assure you.

Yep, a bit cramped, great for standing outside in summer, great for sitting at bar supping guiness and smoking in winter, until they banned smoking at the bar, a joke in a bar the size of my kitchen...used to be a proper lil smokey, no nonsense boozer, not enough left in Soho!

Didn't know the Stones trivia..but coming from a man who thinks D'Arblay St is in Fitzrovia probably best not taken as gospel...

Recently changed owners so guess we'll see what happens. Went in last week and all the draught lagers had run out...not a good start.

6 Sep 2005 22:41

Ark Bar, Hampstead

The Ark has not been repossessed, in fact it re-opens this Friday. Run by a friend of mine...who is not the manager in the tale below.
To be as unbiased as possible, the upstairs morroccan restaurant is hard to beat and the club downstairs has been the venue for many a good party.
Looking forward to this Friday's re-lauch party in the new improved Ark bar. Might even drop by and let you know how it went.

6 Sep 2005 21:52

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