I know I have swapped posts around this week a little, but I would never miss a chance to share my latest discovery with you guys, The Little Nan’s Bar in Shoreditch London.
The Little Nan’s Bar Shoreditch London is a 10-week pop-up running until 1st of May at the Red Gallery. If you find yourself in this end, make sure you pop in and experience this cosy 90’s haven. I don’t know about you guys but I think the 90’s was the best. You can only imagine my excitement when I sat down in a room plastered with posters of my teenage year’s favourite celebrities, including Spice Girls and Boyzone. The music was on point too. We found ourselves reminiscing about our teenage years and how far we have come. If that wasn’t enough of a reason to go, The Little Nan’s Bar comes with bottomless teapot cocktails for unlimited drinking which will undoubtedly help you create more memories to reminisce about in future.
An even better thing about The Little Nan’s Bar is the concept; I found myself chatting to ‘Nans’ grandson Tristan who told me that after she passed, he thought he’d celebrate her life by setting up a bar in her honour filled with her own belongings and furniture. I thought this to be the cutest idea I’d ever heard especially when my grandparents mean so much to me and as I’m sure they do for a lot of you.
We had a reservation for 7 pm; the booking slot is usually 2 hours long in which you receive bottomless teapot cocktails. Look how cute their Teapots and cups with Queen Elizabeth’s portraits are. After you sit down, you get a ‘Queen Mother’s book’ which contains a list of quirky cocktails. All the drinks we sampled tasted quite sweet which suited us and it was a nice touch being able to pick your own teacup to drink out of. It cost £35 which includes bottomless teapots of Little Nan’s signature cocktails plus unlimited 90’s Pic n Mix and Fairground Popcorn with a £10 deposit which is later redeemed against your bill.
I say you guys check out the Little Nan’s Bar Shoreditch London if you are tired of your standard cocktail bar and in need of a little 90’s shake up.
What is your favourite party era?