Spread across the top two storeys of the Georgian townhouse that's home to the restaurant L'Escargot, the club consists of six exquisitely decorated salons, each with its own colour and theme. These include a dining room, a 'boudoir', a library which features an open fire, and the Salon Grand Siècle wth its baby grand piano. There's fine art on display, including pieces by Dali and Matisse, as well as work by contemporary artists such as Grayson Perry. Favoured by those in the world of theatre and the arts, the club is licensed until 1am.
A Parisian-themed hideaway above London's oldest French restaurant, this intimate and relaxed club is one for those who appreciate fine food and wine - as well as fine art.
Upstairs at L'Escargot, Soho news archive
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