In London, a bar dedicated to Prosecco will be opened

Great news for fans of fizzy drinks and wine: in London, the first bar, which will specialize in prosecco, opens. Not far from the City Hall and the southern part of the Tower Bridge, a unique institution of its kind - Prosecco House is located. Its special feature is the accent on the popular Italian drink. The wine list of the bar counts 27 varieties of sparkling alcohol, so every visitor will find a drink to his taste.

The owner of the bar - Kristina Issa - probably took the boldest decision in her life: to quit her career in the financial sphere and devote herself to the restaurant business. The woman has arranged deliveries of sparkling wine from several small vineyards in Italy, so there is no doubt about the quality of the proposed alcohol.

In addition to the variety of prosecco cocktails, there is a small selection of other drinks in the bar menu: mostly wines and craft beer, which are also imported from Italy. As a snack, visitors are offered cicchetti - small sandwiches, which are made from different products, for example from olives, focaccia, prosciutto and goat cheese. Separately, you can order sandwiches and coffee.

The interior is exquisite and cozy. There is nothing redundant here - everything is thought out to the smallest detail: small round tables, comfortable chairs of pastel tones and a huge bar with wines on display. White columns and marble furnish create the atmosphere of luxury and aristocracy. Prosecco House is ideal place for romantic dates. It seems that the London institutions will have a serious competitor, which will attract the attention of couples in love on Valentine's Day.

This bar is not cheap, because it is located in a luxurious new building near the office of the international consulting network PwC. But do not despair, because on the opening day, which will be on February 13, Prosecco House will provide a 30% discount on all drinks and snacks.

Address: One Tower Bridge, London SE1 2SE. Nearest underground station: London Bridge

Working hours: from Sunday to Wednesday from 12:00 to 23:00, from Thursday to Saturday from 12:00 to 00:00.

The entrance is free. A glass of wine costs at least £7.

Prosecco House does not have its own website yet, but there is a page in Instagram.

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