Soho's getting an Argentine shake-up this July, with a vibrant new destination cocktail bar beneath the bad-ass new restaurant from Chef Fernando Trocca.
Come for SUCRE, the slick reimagining of Trocca's Buenos Aires institution; stay for Abajo, the colourful bar made up of exposed brick, wooden ceilings and steel columns beneath it. It's being run by Tato Giovanonni, Trocca's homeboy and biz partner often found chilling at the top of the World's 50 Best list, so we bet our high expectations are gonna be more than met.
Abajo (that's “a-ba-ho”, to you, honey) is gonna have space for 75 drinkers to enjoy the colourful cocktail menu inspired by the underground bars and clubs that brought all that vibrancy and creativity into early 80s Buenos Aires. Tato's highballs are ready to be the colourful talk of the town, bebé. Something Yellow is gonna be a tall glass of sunshine; a blend of Altos Tequila, Strega, banana, flowers and turmeric, while Something Orange will bring long sunset vibes with Abasolo whisky, Nixta corn liqueur, sweet corn, peanut and pumkin chicha.
SUCRE and Abajo will open in Soho on July 26th