This venue’s like a good joke.
It works on many levels.
A once slightly dilapidated townhouse has been spruced up inside and out to create a six-storeyed hub of decadence and debauchery worthy of the area’s flamboyant bohemian legacy.
And they’ve called it, rather appropriately, Six Storeys.
Wend your way across Soho Square and you’ll come to a tall, imposing building with candles flickering at windows (just make sure it’s the right address before entering, or we take no responsibility for what may happen next). On the ground floor you’ll find the Lobby Bar, an old-school drinking den with cask beers, fine wines and vintage cocktails, which despite being on the lowest floor, is described as “the height of good taste”. During the day, meanwhile, it’s a laid-back lounge with coffee and freshly squeezed juice – helpful if you find yourself waking up there after the night before.
Upstairs are the privately hireable parlours and dining rooms for your own debauched events. From the Victorian canapé lounge, to the heady, spirit-filled Decantery or fine dining in the Study, each floor has a different theme, providing a dizzying array of over 50 cocktails to try, and an even more dizzying view of Soho stretched out beneath you.
And when you reach the top?
That’s where you go to mingle with high society.
NOTE: The bar on the ground floor of Six Storeys is open daily for lunch, dinner and drinks. You can find out more, or make a booking, HERE.
Six Storeys Soho | 11 Soho Square, W1D 3QE
Like multi-storey, decadent townhouses? Head along to Darling House