This Month in Premier Hospitality 7.6
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we take a look at East 59th; we unveil The Mandrake; and we tuck in at Hoppers.
Inspired by New York’s opulent nightlife, East 59th is a stylish all-day dining destination with a unique blend of restaurant and bar space; alongside a vibrant rooftop area. East 59th is set across one floor with the bar and lounge on one side and restaurant and open pass on the other. The 5,400 sq ft site is housed on top of the Victoria Gate Shopping Centre in an arresting rooftop space that features views across the city.
Meanwhile, The Mandrake, a new independent boutique hotel from entrepreneur Rami Fustok, will open in London’s Fitzrovia this September. Boasting 34 stylish and eclectic bedrooms, including three luxury suites and a dramatic penthouse, The Mandrake will also be home to a restaurant from the team behind Hong Kong’s Serge et le Phoque. Inspired by the medicinal properties of the Mandrake plant, the hotel combines eclectic, vibrant interiors with extraordinary art, intriguing soundscapes and specially designed scents. The result is an ambiance that is intimate, distracting and intriguing at every turn. Housed in a converted RIBA award-winning building on Newman Street, The Mandrake is the result of a project nearly five years in the making.
And finally, JKS Restaurants has opened its second Hoppers site. The award winning restaurant, inspired by the roadside shacks of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka, is located at 77 Wigmore Street, St Christopher’s Place in Marylebone and is offering reservations for lunch and dinner for the first time. Hoppers St Christopher’s Place follows the runaway success of the inaugural Soho site, and is considerably larger than the original, accommodating 85 guests across two floors with an additional 16 seats available on an outside terrace.
In this month’s edition we also look at two fantastic events – The Restaurant & Bar Design Show and The Restaurant Show!
With all this and more it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality.