Stables Bar

Step inside The Milestone’s newly renovated Stables Bar, named as an homage to the original use of the building in which it resides. Panelled with dark wood, sporting sophisticated leather and tartan-clad soft furnishings and paintings from Belgian sporting artist Elie Lambert, the Stables Bar provides a refined and comfortable setting. Green leather banquettes and moodily lit corners contrast beautifully with the natural light that streams into the high-ceilinged conservatory space.

Resident Bar Manager Angelo's creative mixology skills are sure to make your time at the Stables Bar a true event, while an elevated bar menu from Executive Chef Daniel Putz provides mouthwatering moments. Adjacent to the bar, The Hideaway offers a candlelit setting for intimate gatherings, laid back dinners, or elegant private events. Toast to your good fortunes in true Milestone style as you share a selection of the best cocktails and bar food in London.

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday: 10am to 11pm

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7917 1000

Senior Executive Manager: Leo Forte

Discerning drinks

Our extensive drink list, curated by award-winning Bar Manager Angelo Lo Grecco, features expertly crafted cocktails known for their innovative combinations and elegant presentation. The Stables Bar also offers a curated selection of fine wines, beers and spirits.

Elevated bar food

Executive Chef Daniel Putz's menu reflects a contemporary take on classic bar food, elevated by premium ingredients and innovative techniques. Small plates designed for sharing encourage a relaxed dining atmosphere, making it ideal for social gatherings.

The Hideaway

The Hideaway is a versatile new dining space that offers an exclusive and intimate setting for both exclusive private events and casual walk-ins. Adjacent to The Stables Bar, this dark wood-panelled, candlelit room exudes a warm and inviting ambiance, perfect for creating memorable experiences.

The Art of Sabrage

Sabrage is the technique of opening a bottle of champagne with a sabre - a method which became popular in France when the armies of Napoleon celebrated their victories. The blade travels up the neck of the bottle to break it away near the cork, leaving the main body of the bottle open and ready to pour.

Price: £155

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