Sam Davis is a freelance writer currently living in East London.
Published May 22nd 2012
Walk down Carraway Street in the Kelvin Grove Urban Village and you may wonder where that little red door in the little black wall leads. Well the answer my friends is it leads to Room 60, Kelvin Grove's very own wonderland.
Room 60 is a cultural space and bar, boasting great minimal lighting, comfy lounges and a hand picked range of beverages. They even have their very own beers; a nice all round super dry and boutique chilli ginger beer. There is a selection of wines, a sexy little elderflower spritzer and sleek deconstructed cocktails to choose from as well.
Room 60 offers a range of cultural events throughout the week. Mondays and Thursdays are devoted to live music, with acoustic sets on Monday, and chill out music Thursdays. Tuesday belongs to the arts, with artist talks and exhibitions by both up-and-coming and established artists. Wednesday is DJ land, with some of the areas best DJ's willing to take you further down the rabbit hole.
Pop in for drinks at night, or coffee during the day.