Take a seat at the sparkling central bar or enjoy a selection of signature cocktails in the restaurant while you dine. The bar at Brasserie of Light is the perfect place to enjoy dinner and drinks post-shopping, after work or at a weekend. The bar remains open until midnight for those who want to make the most of this impressive space, late into the evening.
London's ultimate destination restaurant and bar, Brasserie of Light at Selfridges, welcoming visitors to a remarkable space set in our new Duke Street facade at Selfridges London. Featuring London’s largest-scale artwork by Damien Hirst, this contemporary, artistic and elegant brasserie offers all-day dining in a chic Art-Deco setting.
The bar team has created a list of cocktails that will include The Queen of Time; named after the sculpture sat above Selfridges’ main entrance, the drink is an all-English interpretation of a classic kir royale, with Ridgeview Bloomsbury Brut NV English sparkling wine, white heron cassis and Plymouth sloe gin. Also nodding to the store’s legacy is the Est. 1909 cocktail, a timeless blend of Beefeater gin, St. Germaine elderflower and prosecco, inspired by its 109th anniversary this year.
The extensive wine lists will include options to suit all tastes and all budgets, with both wines and Champagnes by the glass, and orange wines available alongside an eclectic selection of reds, whites and roses. Diners will be able to enjoy a number of firm favourites from the menu, as well as a new ‘Prism of Light’ afternoon tea for those looking to enjoy a very special treat whilst dining out once more.
A new selection of dazzling and delicious cocktails has been specially created for the occasion, including the Soaring Sparkles, featuring raspberry-infused Havana three year old, lemongrass cordial and Graham Beck Brut.
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