Split across two floors, The Little Scarlet Door will be open plan, metropolitan and vibey, taking a cue from New York’s iconic loft apartments – think exposed brickwork, industrial finishes and fittings – this is Soho to its core. From Greek Street, only a standalone scarlet red door will hint at the bar’s location.

Step into their vibrant ground floor open plan kitchen & dining space to enjoy light bites, cocktails and conversation. Then head downstairs to the industrial basement studio space where all the house party revelry will occur and our resident DJs, Wednesday – Saturday will get you boogying in no time.

Like all their flats, The Little Scarlet Door aims to create an authentic, homely, and unpretentious environment for guests to eat, drink and dance; enjoying all the fun and different aspects of a house party without the hassle of having to clean up afterwards.

They may even let you peak into their Andy Warhol inspired vault, if you’re lucky that is. But, whatever happens, they guarantee you’ll never want to leave… they rarely do!

Q&A

3 things to try when you’re there

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang – Mirabeau Pink Gin, Pink Peppercorn, Rose

Red Tumbler, Candy Lips

The Last Days of Disco – Appleton 8, Bacardi 8, Apricot, Pomegranate, Grapefruit

Coupette, Candy Floss

Thomas Crown Affair – Pisco, Green Chartreuse, Sage, Lavender

Vintage Coupette, Sage leaves, Edible Flower

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The vault- a private room tucked away behind the laundry room inspired by Andy Warhol’s 1960’s NYC apartment.