The Four Sisters to double up

By Emma Eversham contact

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Simon Bastable and Andrew Green's new project is The Four Sisters Townhouse, which will open in the City in June
Simon Bastable and Andrew Green's new project is The Four Sisters Townhouse, which will open in the City in June

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Simon Bastable and Andrew Green, owners of The Four Sisters Bar in Islington, are to double the size of their portfolio with the opening of a new bar in the City. 

The Four Sisters Townhouse will open within a building in Groveland Court in June.

The 54-cover 720 sq ft venue, which will open during the week and be available for private hire at the weekends, will be themed around a Victorian townhouse with hardwood oak panelling and Victorian cast iron detailing. A raised seating area will imitate the sisters “study” with a low ceiling, library wall, old leather wing-back chairs and banquette seating. 

It will be overseen by bar manager Andrei Marian who will introduce a weekly changing mixed drinks menu using seasonal ingredients and focusing on a 'market to glass' concept. Handmade bitters, tinctures, curds, syrups, sodas and cordials will also feature with The Four Sisters' very own amaros also on the menu.

Unlike its sister site in Islington, The Four Sisters Townhouse will serve food, offering customers a light food menu, sharing dishes and bar snacks. 

Bastable said: “We are very excited to launch this new site, the purpose of which is to create a space, drinks menu and customer experience with style, substance and integrity. Although adding elements such as an artisan food menu to our original concept, we will retain The Four Sisters Bar’s ethos of contrasting the dedication and professionalism of the bar team with the personality and tone of the venue itself which is elegant yet mischievous with a wicked sense of humour.”

Related topics: Pubs & Bars, Venues, Business, Beverages

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