New cocktail bar Lucky Pig to open in London next month

11 November 2011 by
New cocktail bar Lucky Pig to open in London next month

New cocktail bar the Lucky Pig is set to hit the London scene next month, it has been announced.

Launched by Keith Tucker and Jeremy Hall, the Lucky Pig in London's Fitzrovia will offer classic cocktails coupled with "old-fashioned glamour" when the bar opens on 2 December.

Bar manager Olly Hornby Smith, formerly of Soho House Group, has created a cocktail menu of simple and classic drinks in the table service bar.

With 150 capacity standing and relaxed seating for 50-60, the Lucky Pig has distinct private areas for events, a stage, multimedia options, PA and sound system, making it capable of hosting live bands, product launches, meetings, and intimate gatherings.

The design of the bar takes its inspiration from the art nouveau and old New York, featuring wooden floors, mismatched furniture and plush upholstery.

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By Janie Stamford

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