EXPERIENCE BEING WHISKED AWAY TO THE SOUTH OF FRANCE WITH PERRIER-JOUËT AS THE CHAMPAGNE BAR AT ST PANCRAS BECOMES CLUB 150 THIS SUMMER
Sit back and enjoy art, Champagne, gin cocktails and a food menu celebrating the best of UK and France, in an elegant beach terrace bar inspired surrounding. Searcys’ St Pancras Champagne Bar has partnered up with Perrier-Jouët this summer to create Club 150, effortlessly transporting guests to France’s most covetable coastline without even boarding the train.
Taking over the world-renowned Champagne Bar at St Pancras Grand Terrace from 15 July to 9 September, Club 150 takes inspiration from the beach bars made famous in the South of France. Club 150, an all-day drinking and dining space will pay homage to St Pancras itself, celebrating 150 years of London’s most stylish holiday departure point. Each Saturday over the summer months, DJs will provide a chilled soundtrack and for special occasions, a dedicated VIP area worthy of St Tropez, with room for up to 40 guests is perfect for private parties fizzing with Perrier-Jouët Champagne.
By far the best view point in the station to appreciate the Terrace Wires public art installation by Tracey Emin entitled ‘I Want My Time With You’, Club 150 will entice guests to “escape” the city. High poser tables, white-washed decks and booths, and atmospheric cushions and lanterns will mirror the finest found on the French Riviera.
When it comes to the menus, England meets France, with highlights including an exquisite drinks menu featuring four variations of Plymouth Gin cocktails with ingredients inspired by the rich English summer garden, including the heady scents of lemon, thyme and elderflower. The best of both worlds unite with a sparkling signature cocktail of Plymouth Gin, elderflower liqueur, Perrier-Jouët Champagne and basil, aptly named “Club 150”.
The food menu features snacks and dishes evoking sunny sophistication, to compliment the Perrier-Jouët range including the newest cuvée, Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs NV. Guests are invited to indulge in English and French dishes such as smoked salmon croque-monsieur, a native seafood platter, oyster beignet with Bloody Mary sauce, or simply frites with aioli. The Market Menu – or Menu du Marché will be available for diners in the Brasserie featuring typical Provençal dishes, such as sardines and brandade. An extensive list of Champagnes and Perrier-Jouët tasting trio will also be on offer.