Six Storeys on Soho is a renovated 18th century townhouse in London’s Soho square. The location used to be home to the Edge Bar but was bought by Camm and Hooper. The firm is behind many high-end concepts centered on renovating historic architecture into fine dining (and drinking) establishments.
Six Storeys is comprised of six separate floors that all have an individual purpose. The Lobby Bar makes up the first of these. No reservations are required, light bites and 50+ drinks are available. Up the stairs is The Parlour, a candlelit restaurant with comfy armchairs which is a perfect setting to enjoy a delicious meal such as braised beef cheek cottage pie. All the above floors are by appointment only. The Lounge. Is an intimate space for small groups to enjoy drinks. The Decantery holds 15 or so unique house infusions that personable bartenders utilize to produce one-of-a-kind cocktails such as a quince and blue cheese gin and tonic or peanut butter rum old fashioned. The Study is meant for private meetings and such with a capacity of approximately 20 guests. At the top is The Loft. It has spectacular views of the Soho area as well as a dedicated bar and DJ area. Six Storeys is an experience not only through what is served but the setting it is served in.
11 Soho Square, London W1D 3QE, UK