The Infatuation: If you’re the type who obsesses over negronis, coffee, and fancy cocktails, you’re going to love Bar Termini. Even if you aren’t, it’s hard not to love a place with a dedicated negroni menu that serves espresso by day and strong, classic cocktails by night. The ultra-central Soho location is the cherry on top. read more
Just Opened London says: From its name, in ode to Rome’s central train station, to its location, right next to where the current owner’s grandmother worked in the ’50s. And ’50s culture takes over inside. Six bespoke coffee types are served, but none for take away, just for taking time over. Sit at the espresso bar or at one of the few intimate tables and from 11am, a range of four traditional negronis appears until late at night. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: Occupying a corner storefront not much bigger than an espresso cup—with just a handful of seats at minuscule wooden tables or at the marble-topped bar—it overlooks a rather seedy stretch of Soho’s Old Compton Street, but squint and you’ll convince yourself it’s a backstreet in Trastevere, circa 1958. read more
The Guardian says: OFM’s Best Place to Drink for 2016 might look and feel like that timeless Italian bar you remember from your Roman holiday, but everything about the experience is considered and perfected. When you squeeze into the tiny room with just 25 seats, a white-suited bar person will offer you a menu. read more






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