A lot of things went relatively unnoticed last year:
- ‘Card Clash’;
- your Mum’s new haircut;
- and the opening of a hidden, members-only, Mad Men-like basement bar - only accessible to those with a special key ring and 4-digit pin.
Chances are you've already been aggressively made aware of the first two points, but the third? Well you're about to hear all about it.
Situated in the heart of King's Cross, you'll find Keystone Crescent tucked behind a completely unassuming, keypad protected door. Promising a unique drinks list, an adaptable atmosphere and a late licence of 4am, this cool basement bar is breaking the mould on what to expect from a members' bar in London.
If accepted, you can pre-book the bar for any night between Wednesday-Sunday, and any time you visit is guaranteed to be completely different. Firmly distancing themselves from the stereotypical stuffiness of a traditional bar of this kind, the vibe on the night wholly depends on the guests that evening. With only a 50-person capacity, the ambience changes to suit the needs of the crowd; whether that be a bit of a party, a cosy catch-up drink, or a chilled 2am nightcap.
It's all good.
Membership applications are quick, fun and are now exclusively open to DesignMyNight readers. So don't you dare hang about, your member key ring and secret door code await.
Apply for membership using the link below; just make a 'non-member enquiry'. Once you're accepted, you'll be booked in and can take up to 5 guests on each visit.