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For a big night

At the entrance is a bar filled with 850 single malts, and inside are booths serving platters of cured meat and sharp cheese. The décor is inspired by 19th century blue-collar bars, paneled in dark wood and decorated with kitsch from the 1800s.
The signature drink is the boilermaker, a shot of whisky in a pint of beer, and the menu is a selection of tough meats and delicate cheeses.

Blowing off a little steam after a long day of meetings always helps clear the head. Whether you want to impress a client with your local knowledge, or celebrate a big win with your team, the staff are trained to keep your group entertained and sufficiently lubricated. If you happen to bring colleagues here late, make sure that no one has any early morning con calls.

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