When it gets dark in London’s Wembley – at about 3 in the afternoon come winter – those keeping a secret wardrobe of fine silk and linen head to The Liquor Station for late night fine dining and drinking. This atmospheric, leather-and-dark-timber outfit up on the High Road hides a kitchen capable of turning out gourmet food and a bar stocked with a long list of premium drinks. While pizza, burgers, sharing platters and generously apportioned mains form the core offering here in terms of food, The Liquor Station also does a fine all-day breakfast for when night turns into day.
Fico was very helpful with my reservation and overall with accommodating us (15 ppl). We had a lovely Library room. We had a great fun!! Good music too!!
London’s The Liquor Station, as the name suggests, acts as an upscale roadhouse up on Wembley’s High Road for local troubadours and connoisseurs to refresh and recharge en route. But with such an opulently appointed interior – furnished with an assortment of leather high-backed chairs, lounge suites, gilt-framed mirrors and shaded lamps that would make Gatsby envious – it’s easy enough to settle in and peruse the extensive menus. The Liquor Station excels on two fronts – fine food and fine drink – but couching both in a luxurious environment complete with regular club nights and live music events makes the place irresistible.
The Liquor Station takes its liquor seriously, presenting a carefully annotated menu of fine international wine and Champagne, classic and contemporary cocktails (try the Victorian mojito to complete the picture), and bubbles. More unusual are the hot cocktails, with the Pimm’s O’Clock using hot apple juice for an eventide twist on the British classic, while the Tea Tails again take their cues from the gentleman’s club and high tea culture The Liquor Station evinces but, well, adds some sly booze to proceedings. Liquid pedigree like this deserves sustenance of the highest quality – we recommend sharing a big mezze platter among friends next time you’re at this Wembley venue, or opting for some British culinary classics from the selection of main courses. Simply, The Liquor Station epitomises late night luxury in London.