This winter Zinc, a vibrant late night club offering cocktails, dancing and DJS, as well as spectacular views over the capital, will launch on the 31st floor of the iconic Centre Point building.
Located on the level below the stunning Paramount restaurant and overseen by General Manager Greg Ballester, Zinc will open Friday and Saturday evenings. With world class DJs playing a unique blend of beach house, melodic, hard house and electro and a 24-hour license, it’s destined to be a hot spot from dusk to dawn.
On arrival, guests will enter the stylish reception area and then move into the dramatic bar area. Designed by the creative and dynamic Studio Wick, Zinc’s design will be both unique and engaging, with features including, a ‘snake’ inspired velvet chaise longue winding its ways down one entire side of the lounge. Additional features include Fretworking, which adorns the walls, cutting edge lighting and a 10ft Tom Dixon designed bar made from the bar’s namesake, Zinc, with a futuristic panelling design.
Zinc will offer an elegant backdrop for any drinking occasion, with cocktails offering modern takes on classic drinks. Signature drinks prepared by talented bar manager Jonathan Sirelingwill include the Zinc Julep and the Beekeeper. Guests will also be able to enjoy sliders and other gourmet sharing dishes, changing on a regular basis and guaranteed to open up guests’ imaginations and palates.
As the evening progresses, the tempo will rise and the lights grow dimmer as Zinc transforms into a club that could see revellers truly dancing until dawn courtesy of the regularly changing top DJ line-up.
Zinc will be brought to London by the charismatic Pierre Condou, who has over thirty years experience in the nightlife industry, with previous projects including Bistro Bruno, L’Odeon and Century Club. He sums up the new project:
“We’ve created Zinc with a sense of imagination, style and fun. We hope to welcome you to our new venue very soon, the sky’s the limit!”
Zinc will be open Fridays and Saturdays, from 10pm to 4am.
For more information about Zinc, please visit: www.zinc.uk.net.