Located in the basement of Morton's one of London's most quaff member's club, Marlon Abela and Jake Parkinson Smith rule that night for a set of upper crust locals and Brit socialites in search of fortified doors and VIP crowds. Outfitted in an old world décor of walnut wood paneling and tufted caramel leather sofas, the room has a fashion feel with numerous black-and-white photography shots and ornate mirrors covering walls with consistent crowd of models and aristo-media types come 1am.
For those that aren’t members, try a call to your favorite VIP concierge (Claridge's, Berkeley) to secure a guest list slot at the door - maybe even for a late dinner before.
The building once served home to the Bentley Brothers and is now infused with a causal lux design privy to London’s cooler executive set. Images: Morton's