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Four Sisters gets new sister bar

26 April 2016 by
Four Sisters gets new sister bar

The owners of The Four Sisters bar in Islington, London, are to open a new Victorian-themed venue next month.

The 54-cover Four Sisters Townhouse is more centrally located, on Groveland Court off Cheapside, and will serve sharing dishes and a light food menu as well as drinks.

The weekly changing mixed drinks menu will focus on a ‘market to glass' concept, with handmade bitters, tinctures, curds, syrups, sodas and cordials lining up alongside more unusual spirits, according to owners Andrew Green and Simon Bastable (pictured, left to right).

Continuing the Dickensian theme of their first venue, Bastable says the aim is "to create a space, drinks menu and customer experience with style, substance and integrity.

"Although adding elements such as an artisan food menu to our original concept, we will retain The Four Sisters bar's ethos of contrasting the dedication and professionalism of the bar team with the personality and tone of the venue itself, which is elegant yet mischievous with a wicked sense of humour."

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