With a storied Soho history like no other and too many changes of hands to count, 100 Wardour St. has been a staple in the capital’s nightlife scene in some shape or another since the Marquee nightclub played host to the likes of David Bowie, The Rolling Stones & Jimi Hendrix in the swinging sixties.
Reopening in its current form in only 2016, it’s since impressively walked the tightrope between live music venue, restaurant, nightclub, bar & lounge with a full filled roster of events catering to each of the aforementioned equally. One such success story, the launch of two Sunday brunch options offer guests the choice between the “Rewind” or “Jukebox” theme with either 90s hits or a roaming band for your entertainment respectively.
When it comes to the food, arguably in contrast to many other Sunday Bruch options, the fare is taken no less seriously than what you’d expect for an evening meal. Under the direction of Gordon Ramsay protégé Kim Woodward, the three-course offering starts with the likes of bacon and maple syrup pancakes and the ever-Millenial avocado on toast before moving onto a robust range of mains with beef, salmon, chicken, fish & veggie options all tempting to fill you well into the PM.
Add an eternally-full glass of bubbles and a stellar DJ blasting out all from Beyonce to Britney and everything in between and you get a pretty picture of an ideal way to kick off your Sunday.
Call 020 7314 4000 to book or visit www.100wardourst.com for more information. Upcoming DJs: Sunday 2nd February – DJ Complexion / Sunday 9th February – Neptizzle.