If you have no idea who these people are, this place probably isn’t your cup of tea (served in a china cup, natch).

If you do rush home to watch the Made in Chelsea gang, however, then you should rush yourself straight to this Drury Lane hotspot. Indeed, from one reality show to another, Ziggy from 2007’s Big Brother even works the door here.

Ushered in, we found ourselves in a seriously cool underground space with red leather seating, glowing travel chest tables and exposed brick walls. The music is an awesome mix of old-skool R’n’B (yep, they even cranked out Gangster’s Paradise).

Just be warned: girls, wear your heels, tightest dress, and prepare for a battle of the hair flicks; men, get your swagger on and your credit card out – the women flock to wherever the bottle of Grey Goose complete with firework is delivered.

Behind the bar:

If you can’t afford a whole bottle (peasant), then let the talented barmen mix you up a killer cocktail. We sampled the Passion Fruit House Highball, which mixed Havana rum, spiced Bajan syrup and club soda, and a Rhubarb Kir, which muddled the fruit with aperol, rose wine and club soda. As tasty as dessert, but much more lethal. Oh, and you can rent an Absinthe fountain for £350…

Bill please:

Cocktails from £10, wine from £11, beer from £7.


Watch your Made in Chelsea boxset and get your name on the guestlist.

To find out more about The Drury Club, click here.

Update :

The Drury Club is now operating as a private events space, 7 days a week  – offering a unique and bespoke events management service.

With some of the biggest companies as past clients, they aim to create the perfect event for you and your guests.

For corporate clients, they offer space for :

Press Launches | Presentations | Showcases | Meetings | Sit Down Dinners | Live Music | Fashion Shows | Filming | Showcases & more.

And for private clients they offer space for Bar/Bat Mitsvahs, Engagements, Birthday Parties & more.