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Big-Name Central London Cocktail Bar Quietly Closed This Year

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Termini Centrale by mixologist Tony Conigliaro no longer exists

House negroni and olives at Bar Termini Centrale Official

A high-end central London cocktail bar on the Mayfair-Marylebone border, next door to the Selfridges department store, has quietly closed. Eater understands that Bar Termini Centrale, the sister site to world-famous mixologist Tony Conigliaro’s Termini Soho on Old Compton Street, stopped trading within the last two months.

Although Google lists the bar as “permanently closed” at 31 Duke Street, its own website calls it temporary, suggesting a planned relocation:

Bar Termini Centrale is temporarily closing its Duke Street doors while we look for a new home. Thanks to all our wonderful customers who’ve visited us... Stay tuned for more updates on our next venture and until then - ciao!

Conigliaro also quietly oversaw the closure of Gazelle — an upmarket restaurant he opened with chef Rob Roy Cameron 10 months ago — some time in March. The mixologist and restaurateur is left with five businesses in London which operate under his company the Drink Factory.

No word has been given on the reason for the closure at the Duke Street location nor where it may reopen.

Bar Termini Centrale

31 Duke Street, , England W1U 1LG 07841 017138 Visit Website

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