London’s first alcoholic Popcorn Bar

When it comes to cocktails and alcoholic tipples I like to think I’m quite the connoisseur. But an alcoholic Popcorn Bar isn’t just new to me – it’s new to London too.

The Hutch Club

At The Hutch Club inside Quaglino’s I, alongside a couple of girlfriends, discovered a selection of alcoholic bites which were, quite frankly, a little bit naughty. From their Caramel Macchiato & Whisky flavoured popcorn (very scrummy) to the Oyster & No3 London Dry Gin Soup (yes really) it was a culinary experience like no other. And when enjoyed alongside delicious cocktails like Elderflower Fizz (complete with a generous measure of Stolichnaya Vodka) and French 75 (Gin and Champagne both make an appearance in this) one shouldn’t expect to finish the evening anything less than delightfully squiffy.

Hutch Club

The glamorous cocktail and jazz pop up bar is named after ‘Hutch’, one of the most popular cabaret entertainers of the twentieth century, who took London’s café society by storm. The velvet voice of Hutch was one of the highlights of an evening at Quaglino’s and he was idolised by all the best people—The Prince of Wales even asked him to play at St James’s Palace.

The Hutch Club will located in the depths of the iconic London venue until 31st August 2013. With the decadent Art Deco-inspired surroundings keeping you comfortably cloistered from the hustle and bustle of the outside world, we found leaving to be rather difficult. Don’t just pop in. If you’re going to visit here make it your evening’s destination rather than a stop off.

Entry strictly by reservation only: Contact 020 7930 6767 or email thehutchclub@quaglinos.co.uk

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