In Soho, a pop-up bar dedicated to the cocktail espresso martini will be opened

Next week in Soho a pop-up café will open - Café Belvedere, which will not serve anything but an espresso martini cocktail. This is one of the classic cocktails, known throughout the world. It is based on vodka, coffee liquor, espresso and sugar syrup. Tart, with a small bitterness, the drink leaves a pleasant aftertaste and excellently fills the body with the energy.

The history of the coffee drink in Soho can be traced back to the 1980s. Café Belvedere will return the cocktail to its former glory, so they will cook it according to the old recipes, but with a touch of modernity. Everyone will be able to see the debut of the new Belvedere espresso, which is ideal for communicating with friends. The drink will not be served in traditional martini glasses, but in beautiful bottles, on top of which there is a small tap for pouring the drink into the cups.

Café Belvedere will provide coffee drinks for women and men of fashion at the London Fashion Week. Especially because espresso martini is a mandatory attribute of the transition of winter to spring, when you can already forget about warming mulled wine and go to having more refreshing drinks.

In the pop-up bar Café Belvedere, besides espresso martini, other coffee-based cocktails can be ordered, including Espresso Collins, the Cold Brew Gimlet and Beetroot Flat White. So everyone will have the opportunity to pick up something to their taste and get acquainted with coffee drinks.

Café Belvedere will be located at 15 Bateman Street, W1D 3AQ. The nearest metro station is Tottenham Court Road or Piccadilly Circus.

Pop-up bar will be open from Thursday, February 15, to Sunday, February 18.

Opening hours are from 13:00 to 21:30.

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