Arts Club London

June 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

Founded in 1863, has been providing a haven for all interested in Art, Architecture, Fashion , Film, Literature, Music, Performance, Photography and Theatre.  Since it’s renovation in 2011 on Dover Street,  it has become a big hit amongst my friends!

The Club’s art collection highlights international trends, as well as maintaining a special focus on London-based artists. Amelie von Wedel, the curator, has chosen the art to create a combination of site-specific installations and carefully selected acquisitions. The collection includes work by Tomas Saraceno, John Baldessari and John Stezakar.

One of the main reasons my friend and I are so drawn to this place is mainly by its elegant look and composition. The interior has been designed by David D’Almada who has tastefully created a timeless ambiance juxtaposing vintage furniture with new.

The main floor compromises of a bright and big dining room,  and a lovely outdoors patio where one can dine, have tea or even throw a party. The first floor encloses a wide study area and a spacious bar that gives onto the Patio. And last and not least their club is located on the lower ground floor, with guest Dj’s and Live Bands playing depending on the night!

Most importantly the food and menu is absolutely delicious, I havent eaten such a delicious baby chicken since the Comptoir (One of my favorites in Paris, will add the links at the bottom of this post).  All the food is divine as my friends confirm and has never let them down. From starters to dessert one is sure to be leaft gratified with their meal.

Lovely venue for a fantastic girls brunch
40A Dover Street  Mayfair,
London W1S 4NP, Regno Unito
020 7499 858
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