Bridging Drinks


As the prudish moral code, stiff etiquette and formal attire of the Victorian era gave way to the sociability, wealth and fashions of the Edwardians, well-to-do young men and women often found themselves at a loss after lunch. With no need for the horrors of gainful employment or the pre-dinner primping required only a few years earlier, they had to find a way to entertain themselves of an afternoon. And so the concept of Bridging Drinks began.
Kammercial Street Spritz - 10.00
Henry Dixey - 10.00
Champagne Charlie - 12.50
Hawksmoor Cup - 9.25