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The Blue Posts28 Rupert Street, Ground Floor, London W1D 6DJ How to get here
The Blue Posts | Bar & Restaurant
From the team behind ultra-hip Israeli eatery The Palomar, The Blue Posts is a three-floor drinking den nirvana. On the ground floor of the lovingly restored Rupert Street townhouse you’ll find its swish and sophisticated namesake pub. All slate-grey walls and high-ceilings with a sleek burnished-metal bar, Blue Posts is a must-visit for craft-beer fiends thanks to independent IPAs and local brews-aplenty on tap. A small but perfectly formed wine list features classics and curveballs alike. Slovenian Pinot Grigio? Why not!
For the more discerning of sipper wanting to whet their whistle with a cocktail or two, head upstairs to The Mulwray. Taking its name from Fay Dunaway’s Chinatown character, the cosy lounge is an elegant retreat from the hustle and bustle outside. There’s playful concoctions from the mezcal-led White Mischief to the pineapple rum infused Magic Hour. Sink into a velvety banquette and let the evening slip away.
In the basement of Blue Posts is a subterranean restaurant of intimate proportions. The 11-seater Evelyn’s Table serves creative Modern European dishes, with an emphasis on Italian. There’s mouth-watering light bites like salt cod beignet and tenderstem broccoli with samphire tempura. There’s imaginative secondi like Anjou pigeon and pork jowl with langoustine. Plot up at the counter and sample their culinary delights from the same head chef at The Barbary.
Our top Blue Posts tip? Why, start at the bottom and work your way to the top of course!