Food & Drink

Neil Frame 07/01/70

Earlham Street Clubhouse

Earlham Street Clubhouse has unfortunately now closed down.

Earlham Street Clubhouse | Covent Garden Bar & Restaurant

We need to talk about your place in the Hamptons.

Because as you may have noticed, it doesn’t exist.

Now while this reality isn’t a massive problem per se, it does allow us to confidently draw two conclusions about your life:

1). Statistically the chances of you ever bumping into Sarah Jessica Parker at the weekend are a tiny 0.001%, and

2). You’re not getting as much “east coast beach club” time as you might like.

Well fortuitously we have good news, and really good news.

The good news is that today Earlham Street Clubhouse opens to the public, bringing the reclaimed wood paneling, exposed brick, recycled tin advertising signs and fairground lights of an East Coast beach club to the heart of Covent Garden. Highlights include a jukebox controlled by the Secret DJ App (which means you’ll get to play Ant & Dec’s “Let’s Get Ready To Rhumble” without everyone seeing that it was you who chose it); booths fitted out with their own phones; vintage gas pumps serving ice cold beer direct to the table; and cocktail menus hanging from (what appear to be) retractable dog leads opposite a long copper-topped bar.

Pinging them is fun.

As a pizza n’ cocktails joint, you’ll find pizzas like the Marty McFly, The Ferris Bueller and the Dawson’s Creek (all of which are available by the slice, or as full 12” or 20” pizzas) and cocktails like Clubhouse Lageritas, Smokey Picklebacks, the Axel Foley and “Stifler’s Mom”.

But the really good news?

The chances of you bumping into Sarah Jessica Parker are still 0.001%.

Earlham Street Clubhouse | 35 Earlham Street, London WC2H 9LD 

Earlham Street Clubhouse has unfortunately now closed down.


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Earlham Street Clubhouse

35 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, Central London, WC2H 9LD

7.8 | Good