Since 1954 The Troubadour in London’s Earls Court has been a centre of cultural life and development. Playing host to legends such as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Paul Simon, and more recently Adele, Jamie T and Ed Sheeran, there is always something to be excited about. Now expanded from its original Club and Coffee House limitations, there is also the Wine Shop, Wine Bar, Gallery and Garret, plus a secret summer garden which is the perfect hang-out for a warm summer’s evening.
The Café began as a small coffee house during the second coffee revolution of the 1950s in London, and is now a thriving location for an atmospheric and delicious meal, serving British and European cuisine, including breakfasts served all day. The Café is well-behaved-dogs-friendly.
The Club has doubled in size since its original incarnation, and now has a capacity of 120. There are live performances at least 4-5 nights per week, and Fridays and Saturdays tend to be particularly busy – arrive early to avoid disappointment!
The Troubadour Wine Shop opened its doors in 2008 and is run by Atilio Falco, a leading expert in wine from all over the world. Each wine goes through scrutiny in order to be selected for sale, so whatever you pick up, you can be certain it will be something special. You can find a delicious wine on any budget, and with the excellent service provided by our wine shop staff, there’s no need for concern if you don’t know exactly what you want when you come in.
The Troubadour Gallery is both a venue ideal for displaying visual art, and holding private events. It can seat up to 35 for conventional dinner parties, or stand up to 70 for a drinks & canapes party.
The Garret is a luxury serviced apartment on the second floor. It is equipped with everything you might need for a comfortable night of bliss, and every third night comes as half price!
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