Afterwork in a Clandestine Bar
For those looking for new adventures, I propose you to discover this new place that used to be a clandestine bar.
Here you are the description by Time out, which well describes the bar
"You reach Protected content . Here, well beyond signal range, you'll find red brick walls, an ornate tiled ceiling and a gleaming collection of spirits and liqueurs, which all create the perfect setting for this dimly-lit speakeasy-style cocktail bar. Waistcoat-wearing bartenders serve up drinks and banter at the comptoir, or there are Chesterfield sofas at candlelit tables for more intimacy.
The drinks menu is on the pricey side, but the mixology delivers – in a sweet and aromatic Fleur des Champs cocktail, for example, a concoction of Citadelle gin, Suze (a hay-infused gentiana liqueur), Peychaud bitters, lemon juice and elderflower cordial. Or maybe a well-dosed classic Sazerac cocktail of Angustora bitters and rye whisky in an absinthe-rinsed glass. If you get peckish, soak up the drinks with a plate of seafood, cold meat cuts, cheese, or even a plate of profiteroles. The eclectic playlist might feature rap, funk, soul or jazz making this an atmospheric place to grab a quiet drink through the week. The secret is out, however, and Le Ballroom gets busy at the weekends. "
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.