Wine specialist 28°-50° announces late night jazz and blues bar

Independent specialist 28°-50° has announced the opening of its new late night jazz and blues dining spot, 28°-50° by Night in Marylebone.

wine specialist announces late night jazz and blues bar

The underground hideaway will have live jazz and blues every night. An evolving roster of in-house musicians and resident bands play music throughout the week. The spirit of New Orleans, Paris and New York have inspired the new Marylebone hotspot.

28°-50° by Night offers a modern European a la carte menu served until 1am and an impressive wine list, including their award-winning Collectors List of fine wines.

 

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Executive Chef Julien Baris has devised the A La Carte menu. Small plates include Truffle arancini, Artichoke Tempura and Burrata. A sharing seafood platter with tiger prawns and mussels, pan fried hake, buckwheat risotto and the famous 28º–50º cheeseburger can be enjoyed as mains. The selection of desserts include white chocolate cheesecake and blackberry tart.

A crafted wine list includes 15 reds and 15 whites available by the glass, carafe and bottle. A Collector’s List featuring a range of unique fine wines from private collectors’ cellars sits alongside. Classic cocktails including a Negroni, Espresso Martini and Old Fashioned are also on offer.

The split level venue offers The VIP Square, adjacent to the bar and stage, caters for 6-8 guests. The Stage seats up to 60 including a bar takeover. The first floor Upper Circle caters for a more informal group dining option for up to 35 guests seated or 45 standing. The new venue can accommodate a full take-over for larger private parties, catering for up to 80 seated and 120 guests standing.

The Marylebone restaurant’s name, 28°-50°, references the latitudes between which wine-producing grapes are grown.

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