B.Y.O.C Lands in Camden

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Florence Christie by | Posted on 23rd October 2014
B.Y.O.C Lands in Camden

Adding a touch of glamour to the somewhat dowdy proceedings that BYOB evokes, B.Y.O.C (Bring Your Own Cocktail) has landed in Camden ready to ignite some spark into the underground drinking world. Yes, you North Londoners can finally get involved in the action of B.Y.O.C, the drinking club that allows you to bring a bottle of your favourite tipple to be mixed up into a delicious cocktail by a team of master mixologists.

Abandoning the concept of your standard cocktail menu, the choice of drinks available is literally endless and whilst having no guide might be daunting, it is also brilliant. No longer do you have to spend hours trying to decide between a Tom Collins or a Martini, at B.Y.O.C you can have both, meaning less time decision making and more time enjoying your drinks surrounded by friends.

As with each B.Y.O.C venue, there is a prohibition theme, transporting you back in time to a bygone era where alcohol was forbidden, and its latest home in Camden is no different. Taking on a casino feel, the unique cocktails will be mixed up behind vintage roulette and blackjack tables- who knows you might get lucky and win big! And if not, the cocktails should go some way towards softening the blow.


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