Like the original venue, the new Baby Bathhouse site will function as a café in the day, a restaurant in the evening and a club at night.
Created by business partners Tava O’Halloran and Daniel Wright, the venue is described as “stylish and decadent”, and aims to deliver “high-octane glamour to comely sirens and modern day dandies”.
The new Baby Bathhouse will reproduce the character and design features of the original converted nineteenth century Turkish bath, including period details and design references to “a Victorian era that revelled in anatomy, erotica and botanicals”.
The restaurant menu, with an average mains price of £17, is modern British cuisine. Ingredients are organic and free range, and dishes served are described as “wholesome and unpretentious”.
“Vegetables are grown on Secrett’s Farm, the meat is hand reared in the Lake District and the fish is either line caught or ethically sourced,” say the owners.
During the day, the Bathhouse venue functions as a café or a place for casual lunch.
After the restaurant service closes, Bathhouse becomes a venue for “glamorous” entertainment and “sensual surprises”, including cabarets, styled shows and DJ nights.
Other design features include a giant birdcage DJ booth, a grand piano, chandelier enclaves, curtained velvet booths and Turkish mosaics.