Nolita Social celebrates la dolce vita for its Hennessy Nights series finale
The Knightsbridge venue ends after-hours entertainment series with Soul Supreme
One of Knightsbridge’s most luxurious late-night venues, Nolita Social has been celebrating la dolce vita since its opening. The stylish cocktail lounge and live music bar is located beneath Sette restaurant and named after the New York neighbourhood of its origins – Nolita, in New York lexicon, means ‘North of Little Italy’.
So it’s little wonder that the final night in its latest series of live music – Hennessy Nights – will celebrate American soul and Motown with a live show by Soul Supreme on 25 October. Hennessy Nights has seen Nolita partner with the premium cognac brand on an exclusive cocktail menu for its after-hours performances, from 8.30pm to 1am.
Cocktails on the menu include The Sinking Schooner (Hennessy VS, Smith & Cross, mango puree and red port float), Breakfast in Paris (Hennessy infudes croissant, orange blossom water, Ruinart Blanc de Blanc and silver candies), and Harvest Moon (Hennessy VS, red Bordeaux and fig reduction, fig leaf liqueur). >>
The live performances are complimented by Nolita’s soundtrack of 60s, 70s and 80s soul – curated by Sauce DJs founder Stuart Bevan to ensure guests remain in a New York state of mind. Bevan is known for curating music programmes for clients including Mulberry, Armani, Versace and Lulu Guiness in addition to touring internationally.
The venue’s sumptuous lounge-style decor combines plush jewel-toned furnishings with eclectic artworks by Domingo Zapata –including a neon pink ‘La Dolce Vita’ illumination. It’s the ideal spot for an after-dinner apperitif for upstairs’ Sette diners, or for those looking to party through the night a selection of light bite are available –including tuna cones, samosas with smoke mozzarella, and Pata Negra Iberico ham.