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Check out the new destination to eat, drink and socialise in Putney.
Putney is relatively well-served with places to meet, eat and drink but the arrival of Lost Society brings a welcome new dimension. Formerly Lost & Co, the venue, right opposite Putney rail station, has undergone an exciting refurb and now provides a full day into evening experience with drinks and eats to meet your mood whatever the occasion.
Start the day with the Putney Brunch Club between 11 am and 4 pm (classic eggs dishes; brunch plates; sandwiches and toasts mostly priced under £10). From late afternoon move onto the very tasty small plates (under £10) and a fab dinner menu (priced around £15) all on offer until 1030pm. On Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Lost Society, you will see local artists performing and on Fridays, the weekend starts when the DJ hits the decks from 9.30 pm.
What better way to stride into Saturday than with a Disco Brunch when you can enjoy bottomless bubbles with your choice of delicious brunch dishes along with chilled disco classics. Stick around into the evening to enjoy a party vibe through to 2 am. Keep the party going or drown your pre-working week blues with Sunday’s bottomless bubbles brunch and later see out your weekend enjoying chilled live music between 8 pm and 10.30 pm.
The drinks menu at Lost Society is extensive: the no and low alcoholic list sits alongside a serious range of craft beers; ciders; wine and an even more impressive spirit menu. And that’s where the real, deal begins. The bar staff will create whatever you fancy, but I guarantee the Lost Society’s Signature & Classic Serves will leave nothing more to ask for. The list is a team effort with the Putney squad and their partners down at Lost Society’s Battersea sibling and a great deal of care and effort has gone into creating a list with a twist. Their Barrel-Aged Negroni (£11.50) mixed with the house vermouth blend and aged bitters is very special and the Fire in Islay (£9.50) is a must for those that like their cocktails on the grown-up side (Laphroaig whiskey, Woodford rye, Montenegro Amaro, pecan bitters and apple and hickory smoke).
160 Putney High Street,
Jenny was a guest at the opening party for Lost Society
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