The Regent Street Cocktail Safari: April 2013 is going to be yummie

Remember the brilliant acrobats dancing in the sky during Regent Street Festival few months ago? Well, the fashion gang is back with the Regent Street Cocktail Safari which will be launching in April 2013 at restaurants, cafés, bars and hotels along Regent Street.

And for two boulevardiers like us, well, it’s a bespoke event right?

Shoppers will be able to enjoy multiple venues in one evening, tasting the signature cocktails and small plates each venue has developed. The Regent Street Cocktail Safari has been created as an extension of the internationally renowned Regent Street Food Safari.”

The spots sound pretty amazing: MASH, Bar Américain at Brasserie Zédel (love it, I can testify…), aqua, Gaucho (perfect for a date..), The Living Room W1, Sartoria, Courthouse Doubletree by Hilton, Le Meridien Piccadilly,Dirty Martini and Inamo (<3).

Here’s the recommendation of the team behind the Cocktail journey:

Start at MASH on Brewer Street to try their movie themed cocktails, the American Psycho and the American Beauty. Bar Américain at Brasserie Zédel will be serving Salt Beef Bagels, Hot Dogs and Slider Sandwiches alongside their signature Chrysler Cocktail, with a Cognac base. Go to aqua for their Iron Lotus and Guatemalan Spirit cocktails to complement their Spanish tapas.

a beautiful mojito @ Courthouse Doubletree
a beautiful mojito @ Courthouse Double Tree

Gaucho have created their own Regent Street Cocktail including Smirnoff black with Aperol and a saffron infusion. The Living Room, W1 are launching their brand new Bar Sliders menu, a new concept, with their Regent Street punch. Sartoria have designed 3 cocktails to embrace the West End spirit including a RegentStreet special, made with lychee juice, whereas Courthouse Double Tree by Hilton have created the Regent Street Cosmojito.

At Le Méridien Piccadilly you can try the mini tasting menu with three mini food plates and three tastingcocktails. If you’re a sushi fan then Inamo is offering a sushi selection with their signature spicy cocktail the Inamo, with chilli syrup. If you’re looking for a martini, head to the experts at Dirty Martini to try their Tropical Pear Martini, Mango & Chilli Martini, or signature Dirty Martini.


It sounds like fun hey?

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