Disrepute is the coolest and mysterious private Club in Soho, London. The decadent drinking room was the legendary playground of London’s rich and famous, “The Pinstripe Club”. Very popular in the Sixties, the luxury design was inspired by its colorful and rebellious history, Disrepute offers timeless cocktails, counterculture and a combination of freshness in the London scene.
Disrepute (D.R.P) welcomes its guests with warm hospitality and a rich selection of cocktails where retro meet modernity. London-based branding studio, Two Times Elliott, responsible for the interior design project of the new bar.
The sixties were a decade of indulgence, artistic expressions and optimism, the social elite, the celebrities and the political class were dancing alongside flashing girls and musicians. All included, from the Hollywood royalty to the most discreet aristocrats, powered by the jazz soundtrack, danced all night in the famous Soho basement. Regular guests included Steve McQueen, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, George Best and Richard Harris.
Inspired by the club’s decadent and iconic past, Disrepute exudes the Swinging Sixties with a deluxe menu of unique cocktails and lavish interior design of jewel-colored upholstery, marble floors, and luxury furniture with polished brass accents.
D.R.P is a member club but not in the conventional sense, applications are accepted with all backgrounds as long as they share the same vision of luxurious libation and desire for late-night conversations.
Also based on availability, it is also open to non-members by reservation. When you passed the nearly impenetrable door, and descend a narrow set of red-carpeted stairs you’ll be emerging into an opulent spirit.