December 2016 sees the opening of new Soho members’ bar, Disrepute — the collaborative creation and latest venture from the team behind Sovereign Loss and the Barrio. Taking the place of 60s haunt, ‘The Pinstripe Club’, and inspired by its colourful history of scandal and infamy, Disrepute combines classic timeless qualities with 60s counterculture and the best of London’s cocktail culture today.Plan to visit Disrepute during your London vacation using our convenient London trip itinerary builder website .
A hidden gem nestled into a 100–seater basement between Carnaby Street and Beak Street, Disrepute (D.R.P.) will welcome members and non–members alike with warm hospitality and impeccable service. Offering an expertly curated drinks menu, where established ideas meet modern thinking, cocktail lovers are well looked after while a luxurious collection of spirits will appeal to the discerning and an extensive wine list will showcase English producers.
To find out more about Disrepute or to apply for membership, go to www.disrepute.co.uk and follow the latest news across social channels at @disreputebar
Fantastic little bar with a welcoming atmosphere. The bar staff are very knowledgeable and extremely friendly. Special mention to Jasper who went above and beyond to ensure my experience was enjoyable... more »
Everything about this place is wonderful. Decor - superb, Cocktails - incredible. Service - Friendly. Years ago this used to be a seedy club called 'The Pinstripe Club" where the girls would serve age... more »
Very very chic. Didn't want to queue up for an hour for Cahoot's bar so we ended up here. They look after you here, and even give you free samples of cocktails when it's quiet. It is beautiful inside and give off a Mad Men vibe. Amazing cocktails. A little pricey for tourists but worth it.
This visit provided me with an excellent cocktail bar experience. The place is nicely tucked away in the basement, has friendly staff, a knowledgeable and skilled Bartender, a nice and cosy ambience with the jumpy music being perhaps the only minor downside. But that may be a matter of personal preferences. This place is a proper cocktail bar and not just another cocktail-serving watering hole. Definitely worth a detour. Will try to come back whenever possible.
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