Urban bars with wood-fired pizza and gin distilleries. Open all-day and late-night, serving Londoners in the places they will and work. Coffee & hot-desking by day, cocktails & parties by night and everything in-between.
Quality, innovation & hard-work runs through everything we do, from sourcing local coffee, craft beers & tap wines to setting up in-house distilleries making our own small batch gins.
We make all our food from scratch, priding ourselves on banning freezers. If it can’t be made in-house it doesn’t make it on the menu.
Martello Hall, Hackney.
Renovating a classic East-End pub on Mare Street, Martello Hall has transformed the old victorian building into a decadent and louche cocktail-bar-cum-restaurant in Hackney. Set over three floors, Martello Hall has many different space from the large bar and banquet hall to the first floor cocktail lounge with private roof terrace. Martello Hall is open to 3am making it the perfect party place.
An authentic wood oven imported from Modena, Italy, delivers wood-fired pizzas. Everything on the menu is made in house every day from our 72 hour fermented pizza dough to homemade pasta with 12-hour slow cooked beef.
Our first still, Nicola, site proudly above the bar. She was handmade for us in the US for us by John Chapple. She is the daintiest and prettiest still we have and we cut our teeth on her.
Canova Hall, Brixton.
Canova Hall breathes new air into one of Brixton’s most commemorated buildings in Brixton and celebrates the provenance of what used to be the worker’s hall of Britain’s first department store Le Bon Marché across the road. Canova Hall has the buzz and grandeur of a timeless old market canteen.
We installed our second wood-fired pizza oven and brought over our pizzas from our sister bar, Martello Hall. We have twelve wines on tap. Environmentally better, fresh each time. All round it’s a better glass of wine.
We installed a copper pot still, Grace, at Canova Hall. She helps make our single botanical base spirits for our gin blending masterclasses.
Located on Brixton's bustling Ferndale Road, and opposite our sister bar, Canova Hall, Cattivo is a charming cocktail bar and restaurant, a hidden gem amongst the area's many bars. Cattivo has a brilliant bottomless brunch experience at weekends with the added bonus of DJs from 1pm every Saturday. The party carries on into the early hours with a late night license till 2am at weekends. At street level and, below ground, in the cocktail club there are lot of different size spaces for parties and private hire.
Food is all homemade and rooted in Italy, from pastas, ragus and gnocchi to arancini, fricco and their bomboloni (Italian doughnuts). The bar boasts a decadent array of cocktails, perfect for sipping on.
As we started to grow, demand for our gin grew so we installed a larger still in our cocktail lounge below ground. Victor can do bigger production runs to keep our bars fully stocked.
Serata Hall, Old Street.
Serata Hall is located in the busy neighbourhood of Old Street; an all-day, late-night venue. Combining coal-fired pizza and homemade pasta with a cocktail bar, distillery, bakery, hot-desking and an event space; something for the wage earners, autonomous freelancers and late night revellers.
Taking influences from Canova Hall and Martello Hall, the food is centered on naturally powered food, using a coal oven. Everything on the menu is made on site, from the pizza dough that takes two days to prove to the homemade pasta made every day. Embracing a European market hall approach we have the biggest selection of tap wine outside the United States, There are twelve wines available on tap which are environmentally better and fresher each time; all round it’s a better glass of wine.
Allora Hall, Crouch End.
Allora Hall revives one of Crouch End's oldest commercial buildings, an old corn chandlery on Park Road. Allora Hall's main bar is stripped back to the old brickwork and wooden floors with art-deco lighting, walls and intimate velvet booths. This leads into the Garden Room which is filled with natural light, marble tables and natural planting, and leads out to the terrace which is adorned with festoon lighting. Allora Hall is an all-day and late-night bar-restaurant, welcoming locals and all those visiting the neighbourhood, from early morning till late evening.
With an authentic coal pizza oven imported from Modena, Italy, everything on the menu is made in house every day from their 48 hour fermented pizza dough, homemade pasta and bomboloni to their pestos, salsa's and slow cooked ragus. We use the best ingredients they can and cook from scratch.
Evenings at Allora Hall mirror Crouch End's life and soul as cocktail trolleys offer gin and all the accompaniments for making your own drinks. If you'd prefer to be waited on you can ‘Book a Bartender’ and they will conjure up a mix of creative cocktails for you at your table to a back drop of young London DJ’s at weekends. They also host Cocktail Masterclasses for parties of all sizes.
The team’s love of gin has by no means been diminished and we have created a new Amalfi lemon gin to celebrate Allora Hall's opening.
Teatro Hall, Ealing.
Opening in March 2022, Teatro Hall is rejuvenating a grand, old Art Deco theatre in the centre of Ealing. Like our sister bars, we are importing a charcoal fired pizza oven from Italy and will make all our food from scratch. Hot-desking will be a the heart of our daytimes with plenty of plug sockets and super fast WiFi. Weekends will have our famous Bottomless Brunch and our dedicated party bar which will be perfect for hosting private parties and events.
We are launching our first Urban Distillery & Tasting Room at Teatro Hall where we host our Gin Masterclasses, Gin Tastings and guests can bottle and wax seal their own gin from our large demijohns to take home. It will be a full production distillery, tasting room and bottle shop. Our gins are single-shot and heart-cut and we produce, bottle and wax seal all of our gins by hand. Individually made and proudly independent.