Fifty shades of pink - cocktail bar Tonight Josephine in Waterloo

It is not enough to just say "pink". This color has many shades, starting with salmon and ending with bright fuchsia. And when it comes to pink perfection, nothing compares to one bar in Waterloo with the enticing name Tonight Josephine. This is a real temple of femininity and hedonism, decorated in trendy color and complemented by the glitter and sparkle of neon.

The concept of the bar Tonight Josephine is based on the image of the first Empress of France, Josephine de Beauharnais, well known in the XIX century socialite and wife of Napoleon. Josephine was not only beautiful, but also very intelligent woman, thanks to which she could avoid unpleasant acquaintance with the guillotine. In addition, she was not at all worried about what others thought about her. And this life principle echoes the slogan of the bar Tonight Josephine. It is a well-known quotation from Kate Moss: "Why not? Why the hell cannot I have fun all the time?" Really suitable slogan for Tonight Josephine - the temple of femininity and love of life.

Glittering pink walls, glass ceilings and a sea of ​​roses adorning Tonight Josephine make this place an ideal place for an inveterate fan of Instagram. By the way, the appearance of roses is not accidental. Josephine devoted a lot of time to botany and collected the richest collection of exotic plants from around the world in her greenhouses of her castle Malmaison. Her collection of roses numbered 250 species.

Even the doors of the toilets in Tonight Josephine are decorated in a cheerful and not banal manner. They are decorated with photos of celebrities, but not from anywhere - from police files. Therefore, if you always wanted to take a picture with Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton or Justin Bieber, this is your chance.

But what kind of bar is it without drinks? Luxurious life and love of Josephine to bright entertainment found reflection even in cocktails. A drink with a funny name No Time For Napoleon is served decorated with macaron. Midnight Flower promises an interesting combination of flavors, because it has mixed gin, pineapple juice and lavender syrup. However, the most interesting is Flaming Zombie - a hellish mixture of three kinds of rum, which is set on fire. Drink is not for the faint-hearted!

Tonight Josephine is the perfect place for a girls company. Of course, young people are also welcome, but they need to be as irresistible as their girlfriends, because this institution does not tolerate half-measures.

Address: 111 Waterloo Road, Lambeth, SE1 8UL. Nearest underground station: Waterloo.

Opening hours: from 17:00 to 24:00 from Sunday to Wednesday, from 17:00 to 1:00 on Thursday, from 16:00 to 2:00 from Friday to Saturday.

Cost of visit: entrance is free, you can book a table in advance. Prices for cocktails range from £9 to £11.50.

More information can be found on the website of Tonight Josephine.

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