Bar & Restaurant
Nestled down one of Soho’s notorious back streets, is this rather charming boutique space. Sitting opposite the ever popular Breakfast Club and next door to Sir Tom Baker - the bespoke tailor of rock and roll suits - this space is in good company.
Exposed brick walls, wooden floorboards and an iron spiral staircase give this space character and charm. Don’t be put off by the rough and ready condition, in this neighbourhood it is considered aesthetic gold.
For those not yet charmed by the interior features, then consider this space has four major tube stations in walking distance: Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus. Every day, 10,000’s of people surge out of these stations. D’Arblay Street is perfectly positioned to reach out to them.
Space layout: Ground Floor & Basment Space (5 rooms downstairs suitable for storage, not retail)
Measurments:Ground floor -233 sq/ft, Basement - 343 sq/ft
Redecoration: Only cosmetic such as painting, no invasive works such as major drilling. You can put your branding on the outside of the property but no repainting.
Utilities: Charged as extra by a meter reading at the beginning and end of hire.
Hours of operation: No activity including loading can happen outside of 0700-2100. Please confirm with the Local Authority regarding their permitted trading hours for your type of activity.
Damage Deposit: £2000
There are full security shutters on the windows and doors.
The landlord has said no to food ideas in this space.
No painting on the exterior of this space.
Sadly no food brands or supper clubs can use this space.