RESTAU­RANTS AND BARS

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Berner’s Tav­ern is the main restau­rant serv­ing ev­ery­thing from an ex­press break­fast and lunch to week­end brunches with live mu­sic. It is com­mon to see al­most ev­ery ta­ble filled at al­most any hour, thanks to a loyal lo­cal fol­low­ing. Break­fast first timers can never go wrong with the sour­dough toast topped with a gen­er­ous top­ping of av­o­cado and two poached eggs. It is the kind of break­fast you want to have mul­ti­ple days in a row.

Cock­tails in the Punch Room are a new Lon­don pas­time. The fumed-oak pan­eled den serves tra­di­tional punches in sil­ver-lined bowls. Make a reser­va­tion to en­sure a spot as the af­ter-busi­ness hours can fill up quickly with young busi­ness-types. Also popular is the ho­tel’s lobby lounge serv­ing hand-crafted cock­tails with clever names like Ce­real Killer crafted with hand-cut ice, re­ally carved from a mas­sive block of ice by the sea­soned bar­tender.

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