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69 Colebrooke Row and the bar with no name

Enter the unknown and you’ll meet Tony Conigliaro. Tony is an accomplished mixologist with a plethora of medical looking machines. His quirky little dig is well-known for his drinks – not to mention his pioneering methods.

The photos are all rather PR-e-looking, but fun nonetheless.

Again, this is yet another small step towards developing my friend’s vision.

Hello Tony:

 

‘Rose’

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Playtime launch

Located on Islington Green, a few steps from Upper Street, Playtime is a swish cocktail bar offering a fine selection of drinks and an even more impressive selection of interior design and art.

This Thursday, the venue played host to a private gathering of friends, notables and press to celebrate the new artwork exhibited by Robert Gordon McHarg III; Gordon is perhaps best known for his quirky Subway Gallery found in Edgware Road tube station. The bar looks cool, feels trendy and the cocktails, superb.

A Bloc Party DJ set, a hula hooper, and an intervention group of semi-clad, cross-era swimmers entertained the ‘cocktailed’ guests with zest and zeal – all were contented.

http://www.playtimebar.com/

And this is how it all appeared to me:

It’s a venue worthy of a visit.

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