Drink cocktails in a mid-century “recording studio.”
Exiting the lift on the 30th floor, you’ll feel like you’ve stumbled into something between a Tokyo record bar and a mid-century recording studio.
Lennon’s entrance hall is lined with 6,000 records that visitors can browse, play and even buy.
Tear yourself away, because inside, a stunning speakeasy awaits, replete with sultry Art Deco light fixtures, retro brown leather sofas and a spiral staircase leading up to a clandestine cigar lounge.
On-theme drinks adopt song names like Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon” (B420), a sweet take on a negroni with whiskey, amaro, Cacao Blanc and Mancino Rosso.