Scarfes Bar at the Rosewood Hotel
The personal art gallery of Gerald Scarfe
For us, big, heavy furniture; lots of mahogany; leather-bound books; columns of polished marble; and the soft light of a flickering fireplace bring to mind the unique atmosphere of a dignified home library or a traditional gentleman's club. You too? Then be sure to check out Scarfes Bar, which you'll find at London's Rosewood Hotel. It takes its name (and the decorations on its walls) from the British artist and caricaturist Gerald Scarfe, who came to worldwide fame for works that include the cover and booklet for the classic Pink Floyd album The Wall. The man himself describes the bar as a place where you can trace his life as an artist just by looking around. Immersed in this ambience and the stylings of the live band that regularly performs, you can also enjoy some excellent cocktails and drinks. Before we get carried away, suffice to say that you should definitely make Scarfes Bar part of your plans for your next trip to London. There's a decent chance you'll find us there... In that spirit, cheers!