66 King Street plays host to The Charles Grand Brasserie and Bar, and a downstairs nightclub, Tiva.
The new venues have been developed by the team behind Loulou Bistro, Etymon Projects – and each has a distinct, yet connected identity, as Andrew Jones, Etymon Director of Operations told The Shout.
“There’s a fantastic breadth of experiences across The Charles Grand Brasserie, The Charles Bar, and Tiva downstairs,” Jones says.
“From takeaway coffee and pastries to after work wines, decadent lunches, dinners and afternoon tea through to late-night music – we’d love to be a place that you can visit multiple times a week.”
Moreover, 66 King Street has been created to provide a holistic hospitality offering to guests, who are able to move between the three bars with ease, as their visit progresses. To facilitate this, Jonothan Carr, Etymon’s Director of Bars, and his team have developed a common cocktail menu for entire site.
“We have eight core cocktails available across all three venues which provides a seamless cocktail experience if guests are transitioning through the different spaces,” Carr says.
“They know they can order a Regal Margarita in The Charles Bar and enjoy the same drink later that evening downstairs at Tiva.”
Carr, who has also produced the drinks list at…