Camm & Hooper reveals plans for new multi-bar venue in Soho


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Bar operator Camm & Hooper is to open a new venue in Soho in London, with a series of different spaces across six floors.

It has taken over the former site of Soho Square restaurant and bar, previously late-night bar The Edge, to transform it into the fittingly named Six Storeys on Soho.

inspired by Soho Square’s colourful, bohemian and decadent past, it will be an “opulent and sumptuously” furnished townhouse with “elegant” bars, dining and private events rooms.

Aimed at “the discerningly curious”, it intends to challenge the concept of private member clubs by offering that kind of experience to guests but without a membership fee.

It will be the fifth business for Camm & Hooper which was founded by managing director Claire Lawson with funding from The Imbiba Partnership. It opened its first bar Tanner & Co near London Bridge in 2012 and also runs three events venues Banking Hall in Cornhill, Tanner Warehouse and The Victorian Bath House at Liverpool Street.

Claire said: “We are all incredibly excited by the development of No 11 Soho Square and its imminent transformation into Six Storeys on Soho. It’s fantastic to be part of the local, creative and media community.

“Together with our events and hospitality team, we are really looking forward to creating a very special experience in the heart of Soho and London’s West End – and to bringing our own indulgent escapade to life at Six Storeys on Soho.”

It will comprise a restaurant and bar on the ground floor and first floor plus four individual floors providing their own “stories” each with their own individual concept. Floors will be available to hire individually, or the whole venue can be hired for events and special functions. Visit www.sixstoreys.com for more on their ideas for each room.

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