The Rivoli Bar
Likened to a 'gorgeous little jewel box', The Rivoli Bar is an intimate cocktail lounge secluded from bustling Piccadilly, which is located immediately outside but feels a world away. The Rivoli Bar is overtly Art Deco in its design, a sophisticated symphony of camphor wood walls inset with illuminated Lalique glass panels, patterned mirrors, decorative bas relief, and an under lit bar topped with polished cocktail shakers, all overarched with brilliant gilded ceiling domes.
The bartenders of The Rivoli Bar are experts in the craft of the cocktail; utilizing premium spirits, homemade cordials and bitters, bespoke glassware, uniquely shaped ice and seemingly boundless imagination to create new concoctions or reinterpret old classics. Guests can indulge in a spot of time travel with a ‘vintage cocktail’ created with spirits dating from the 1940s to the 1980s that were discovered in the depths of The Ritz cellars.
With a menu that also features an extensive Champagne and wine selection as well as gourmet cuisine ranging from club sandwiches to caviar, The Rivoli Bar is the perfect destination for hosting lunch or toasting a special occasion.
Opening Times: Monday to Saturday: 11:30am – 11.30pm and Sunday: 12:00pm – 10:30pm.
The Rivoli Bar operates a no reservations policy.
Reflecting the elegant nature of the hotel’s architecture The Ritz London has a dress code in different areas of the hotel as follows: Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie (jeans and sportswear are not permitted for either ladies or gentlemen) for afternoon tea in The Palm Court and for lunch and dinner in The Ritz Restaurant and Terrace. In all other areas of the hotel (The Ritz Restaurant breakfast service, The Rivoli Bar, The Long Gallery) and The Ritz Club, smart casual attire is suitable. Please note that trainers or sportswear are not permitted in any of the hotel or Club’s restaurants or bars.
Dining and Dancing
Combining fine dining and live entertainment, The Ritz Restaurant presents ‘Live at The Ritz’ every Friday and Saturday, featuring a four course dinner and dancing to the sounds of Peter O’Donnell and his band.