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- SOFT AND MELLOW
- A tribute to three of the Sixties’ most celebrated
- photographers – Terence Donovan, David Bailey and
- Brian Duffy – this cocktail makes an artful impression.
- Hennessy cognac, Martini Riserva Speciale Rubino,
- port, Disaronno and cantaloupe melon foam.
Man about Town
- The perfectly tailored and sophisticated Man About Town
- is inspired by its namesake magazine – a must-read 1960s
- periodical – and is a cocktail for the refined gentleman.
- Tapatio Tequila Reposado, Mezcal Marca Negra,
- Amaro Montenegro, dill and rocket sherbet.
- Rarely has there been a duet as eyebrow-raising as
- Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg’s “Je t’aime...moi non plus.”
- This sultry and seductive tipple captures all of the song’s
- sweetness, with a requisite touch of heat.
- Copalli white rum, La Gitana Manzanilla sherry,
- banana, chilli agave and Champagne.
- Inspired by Terence Stamp – star of some of the Sixties’
- most celebrated films – this eye-catching cocktail is vibrant
- in hue and vivid in flavour.
- Pisco redistilled Green Cardamom, Quaglia Liquore
- al Pino Mugo, blackberry syrup, fresh basil and lemon.
Jazz 'n' Live
- Rock ’n’ Roll certainly made a mark in the 1960s, yet sometimes
- a mellow and moody night of Jazz ’n’ Jive is what’s required.
- A celebration of American jazz musician Roland Kirk, this cocktail
- pairs perfectly with candlelit evenings and sultry melodies.
- Non-alcoholic white wine, London Essence White Peach
- and Jasmine Soda, basil leaves.
- FRESH AND VIBRANT
- Viva la Biba! Biba was a pioneer of swinging sixties style, from
- its shorter-than-short smocks to its wild prints. This fruit-infused
- cocktail has a healthy kick, just like Biba’s signature designs.
- Yaguara Cachaca, Quaglia Chinotto liqueur
- and clarified wild carrot tonic.
- Twiggy is an icon who needs little introduction. As a tribute
- to the model and muse, this cocktail captures her freshness,
- vibrancy, and fun.
- Grey Goose vanilla vodka, passion fruit, coffee aroma,
- egg white and Champagne.
- Anointed Queen of the Sixties by dedicated followers of
- fashion, Mary Quant is best known for creating the daring
- miniskirt. Just like her style, this pink and sparkling cocktail
- is a cheeky little number.
- Hoxton pink gin, Alamea peach brandy liqueur,
- lemon juice, rosé Champagne and guarana reduction.
Black and White
- Like artist Bridget Riley, who disrupted the traditional art
- world’s status quo with her geometric paintings and abstract
- work, this theatrical drink is designed to startle the senses.
- Ketel One vodka, Drambuie liqueur, lemon curd,
- orange foam and Pilsner ice cream.
- Like many photographers of the time period, Terence Donovan
- had his muse and creative collaborator: supermodel and
- Vogue cover star Celia Hammond. A celebration of the icon,
- the Model Muse is the perfect accessory to pose with.
- Free alcohol sparkling wine, green melon, cranberry
- and lemon juice.
- PLAYFUL AND DELICATE
Sparkling Side Of The Moon
- Bold, beguiling, and always surprising, Pink Floyd first
- appeared on the Sixties scene. As an homage, this sparkling
- cocktail is every bit as popular and unexpected as their music.
- A clarified punch made with Bulleit 10 Bourbon, Cognac,
- Grand Marnier, Fernet Branca, passion berries, juniper,
- coriander, mint, chamomile top up with Champagne.
Paint It Black
- The Rolling Stones were the bad boys of the 1960s and
- 1970s, famed for painting the town red (or black, as it were).
- Order this striking cocktail when the spirit of revelry takes hold.
- Casamigos tequila infused with Rooibos Tea,
- Salvatore’s Liquore di Limone, fennel soda,
- clementine and bergamot Juice.
- London legend David Bowie’s career blossomed during
- the 1960s, and this namesake cocktail comes with its own
- celestial touch of magic.
- Dalmore 12 Yrs whisky, Aqua Bianca liqueur di Salvatore and Umeshu wine soda.
- A neighbour of Brown’s Hotel, Jimi Hendrix lived on the
- upper floors of nearby 23 Brook Street. This electric drink
- is a love letter to his unorthodox guitar techniques and
- psychedelic lyrics.
- Campari, Tio Pepe sherry, Italicus, cedarwood aroma,
- blood orange and lime syrup.
Love Me Do
- “Love Me Do” – The Beatles’ debut number – catapulted
- them to fame in 1962. Like the Fab Four, this throwback
- drink is easy to love.
- Free alcohol spirit, apple and lemon juice,
- elderflower cordial, Jasmine and cucumber tea.
- STRONG AND BOLD
Not Shaken, Not Stirred
- James Bond may have enjoyed his Martinis, this
- tribute to 1960s icon Sean Connery gives the fictional
- spy’s preferred tipple a creative reimagining.
- Ciroc vodka or Tanqueray Ten gin redistilled with
- Fair Coffee liqueur and ginseng, dandelion bitters,
- coffee caviar.
- Sophia Loren was a glamorous Sixties bombshell –
- and this rosy-hued cocktail, made with a dash of tomato
- liqueur and crowned with fried basil, is a tribute to her
- Italian origins.
- Copperhead gin, Theoria Perfidie liqueur, tamarillo,
- stawberry and blood orange.
- Like Alfie – Michael Caine’s iconic 1966 film – this
- cocktail epitomises the lusty side of the period.
- It’s perfect for rule-breaking ladies and gentlemen
- seeking a more daring experience.
- Balvenie Doublewood washed in hazelnut butter,
- ale beer reduction, Dulse seaweed and sage tincture.
- Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1960 film was full of suspense,
- twists and turns. Likewise, this cocktail makes a potent
- impression thanks to its unexpected ingredients.
- Calvados, Sassy Cidre Brut syrup, apple vermouth
- and verjus.
- Named after a film directed by Terence Donovan, the
- Yellow Dog takes inspiration from Donovan’s combined
- love for the screen and interest in Japanese culture.
- Apple and lime juice, elderflower cordial, honey
- and fresh chilli.
- This is my masterpiece, using a method that
- I developed in the 1980s. Super cool and super
- dry, for serious martini lovers
- Frozen Belvedere vodka or frozen Tanqueray No. 10
- and Martini Extra Dry.
- This is my masterpiece, using a method that I developed in the 1980s. Super cool and super dry, for serious martini lovers.
- Frozen Belvedere vodka or frozen Tanqueray No. 10 and Martini Extra Dry served with a twist or olive.
- An intriguing journey of flavours on the palate,
- sweet and sour with a warm spicy finish.
- Stoli vanilla vodka, elderflower cordial, lime juice,
- honey and fresh chilli pepper.
- Spark your senses and ignite your imagination with
- this special tipple.
- Hendrick’s gin redistilled with rambutan, butterfly
- pea tea, lavender honey syrup and lemon juice.
- The inspiration for this delicious cocktail lies with one of
- our favourite movies and the beautiful city of Torino, the
- home of Vermouth and star of many classic cocktails.
- Johnnie Walker Gold, Martini Rosso,
- Martini Bitter Riserva, Solerno and ginger foam.
- Our answer to the very popular Porn Star Martini, we hope you like it even more.
- Bacardi Carta Blanca, White Cacao liqueur,
- fresh passion fruit and glass rimmed with cocoa butter infused with saffron.
- A great medley of ingredients, with an earthy finish.
- Hennessy VSOP cognac, Grande Marnier, crème de mûre, lemon juice and blackberries.
- All of these wonderful classic cocktails can of course ourse be enjoyed made with modern spirits and priced accordingly if you prefer.
- One of the most popular cocktails in the world today, it origins lie with Count Camillo Negroni ofFlorence in the early 1920s.
- Beafeater gin c1970, Campari c1970 and martini Rosso c1970.
- A delicious drink from the 1920s which has a delicate, dry herbaceous flavour.
- Booths gin 1963 and yellow chartreuse c1970.
- A simple pleasure from the 1930s originally made with Jamaican rum, the honey gives it a distinct sweetness.
- Richmond Rhum de la Martinique c1950, honey and lemon juice.
- A sophisticated after-dinner drink, hugely popular in the 1960s and 70s.
- Lheraud Grandee Champagne Cognac 1956, Bols Crème de Caçao c1960 and fresh cream.
- Created by the author Ian Fleming for his 1953 novel Casino Royale, made with vintages from that era.
- Gordon’s gin c1950, Smirnoff vodka c1950 and Kina Lillet 1949.
- The great Harry Craddock immortalised this 20s classic in his 1930 Savoy Cocktail Book.
- An elegant and sophisticated drink that ticks all the right boxes
- Gordons gin c1930, Cointreau c1930, lemon juice and optional egg white.
- This elegant drink first appeared in print in 1916 by Hugo Ensslin. Sky blue in colour, it reflects the glamour and luxury of early air travel.
- Gordon’s gin c1930, crème de violette c1930 and Zara maraschino c1930.
- This is the king of whiskey cocktails, its origins lie with the earliest creations of the 1800s, although the Pendennis Club of Kentucky claim it as their own.
- McBrayer Kentucky bourbon 1913, Angostura bitters c1930, a lump of white sugar and a dash of soda.
- This drink originated in 1896 and was immortalised by Ernest Hemingway, who wrote about it, and also enjoyed one or two!
- Bacardi Santiago Cuba c1905, fresh lime juice and sugar.
- For this drink I use some of the world’s rarest spirits and liqueurs to offer you the ultimate experience in Liquid History, more than 700 years in a glass! The world’s oldest cocktail.
- 1788 Clos de Griffier Vieux cognac, 1770 Kummel liqueur, c1860 Dubb Orange liqueur and c1930 Angostura bitters.
Available every day between 11.00am and 11.00pm
Available every day between 11.00am and 11.00pm
Something to start
- Attilus Royal Oscietra Caviar with English muffins and crème fraiche £100
- French rock oyster by Ludovic Lestrat with shallot vinegar £3/£6/£12
- Crispy salt beef and horseradish mayonnaise £8
- Tacos with guacamole and sweetcorn salsa £8
- Crispy squid with green chilli, lime and almond £8
- Tempura courgette and aubergine, chestnut honey £8
- The Donovan Threesome (includes three of the above snacks) £18
Something a little more
- Caesar salad, bacon, anchovy /& chicken /& prawns £19/£22/£24
- Moxon’s smoked salmon, caper berries and buttered rye bread £19
- Foie gras parfait and Sauternes soaked raisins,toasted brioche £15
- Salad Nicoise £21
- Selection of Sardinian meats with pickles and carta di musica £19
- Brown’s beef tartare £18/£35
- Brown’s club sandwich with mixed salad and French fries £21
- Hand cut strozzapreti pasta with broccoli, anchovy, chilli £16
- Brown’s cod and chips £35
- Lake District fillet of beef, pommes anna and red wine sauce £40
- Lamb shank Shepherd’s pie £19
- Brown’s burger or cheeseburger /& bacon/ & foie gras £21/£24/£31
- Fresh fruit salad £13
- Plum and almond crumble £15
- Choux a la crème £15
- Brown’s sherry trifle £15