Little Door & Co opens 4th London site in Soho

The Little Scarlet Door, complete with kitchen, lounge, shower, laundry room and a whole host of loungey spaces, is now open on Soho's Greek Street.

From the latest offering from Little Door & Co – the London-born bijou group of bars famed across town for redefining the house party genre – guests can expect kitchen discos, late night cocktails, and the ultimatet party pad.

Set across two floors, in the newly redeveloped Ilona Rose House on Greek Street, Scarlet is the first central London venue for the group and follows in the footsteps of three of London’s party stalwarts – The Little Yellow Door in Notting Hill, The Little Blue Door in Fulham and The Little Orange Door in Clapham.

Drinks come in the form of sharing cocktails served from the kitchen in vases, halved disco balls and mixing bowls such as the Dirty Dancing (Reyka vodka, Passoa, Chambord, passionfruit and prosecco) alongside signature serves such as Sex and the City, made with El Jimador tequila, Kwai Feh, Martini Ambrato, chilli, tarragon and lychee.

The cocktail menu also features the signature House Punch, synonymous with any good house party – a deadly blend of Bacardi spiced, Toti dark and Wray & Nephew rums with guava and fruit juices.

There’s also a range of premium G&Ts, long drinks and ‘shit hot tipples’ aka, the flatmates’ secret stash of finer spirits – we recommend the Goodfellas, a heady blend of Gentleman Jack, Glenfiddich Fire & Cane, Campari & Martini Fiero. A considered range of wines is available by the glass, flute or bottle, alongside draught and bottled beers and ciders.

To eat, there are Little Door’s famous toasties like four cheese & shallot, as well as burrata with prosciutto, plum and almond pesto, and baked feta with truffle honey.

The lower ground floor is available for exclusive hire for up to 130 guests, while The Vault can be booked for up to 14.

Resident DJs will be keeping things vibey Wednesday-Saturday, and no smoking out of bedroom windows here – instead, hold tight and make for the brand new al fresco terrace, which will open behind the flat later this year.