The Little Yellow Door has been on my must-visit list for a while now and I finally managed to visit. As some of you may already know I’m East London based so leaving East London is kind of a mission despite the fact that I always have so much fun when I do.
You may have already heard of the Little Yellow Door but in case you haven’t, it’s One of London’s longest standing pop-up bars or also known for being the friendliest flatshares in London. The name is pretty self-explanatory as it’s literally the little Yellow Door that you should look for as soon as you come out the Nothing Hill Station, have a look at the map here.
You go up a rather old staircase to get greeted by a friendly host offering to take your coats and show you to their living room which by the way is quite spacious. The atmosphere which is pretty much my favourite thing about The Little Yellow Door (apart from the cute bartender) was so cool and chilled and we absolutely loved it. Everyone was so friendly which is always a nice bonus when on a night out.
We went for their supper club to celebrate the extension of their lease, hosting a housewarming party to welcome in their newest American housemate, Hank serving up dishes such as pulled beef shin, Swiss cheese and pickled chilli& onions and truffled mac ’n’ cheese with chestnut mushrooms and creamed spinach. Delicious cocktails helped us wash the American deliciousness down however portions were massive and we felt so full afterwards, in a truly American style.
They offer themed supper clubs on Wednesdays which is a great way to brighten up your week with delicious food and meeting new people. However they do get pretty booked up on Fridays and Saturdays so I do recommend you guys call them and book up in advance. Saturdays they host their famous house parties from 6 pm until 1 am and you are more likely to get in without a booking if you arrive early.
Whichever night you attend, The Little Yellow Door promises to deliver a great night filled with fun and friendly faces. I do recommend you guys check it out if you are in the area.
Do you have any quirky venues that you are currently loving where you are?