Brunching at the Ivy Soho Brasserie: The Coolest Place To Meet Fashion Bloggers

Posted on Jun 24 2017 - 1:34pm by Samantha Robinson

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Summary

If you’re as addicted to following all of the leading Fashion Bloggers just like we are, then you’ll have noticed a new trendy haunt that they’re frequenting. Bye bye working from home (kind of) and hello to The Soho Ivy Brasserie.

Who Dines There?
Cool Luxury Fashion Bloggers such as Ella Catliff of @lapetiteanglaise with 53.5K Instagram followers have been snapping Selfies there and rightly so, as it’s one of the coolest places to currently be seen!

The Dresscode
So, first things first. What are these cool Influencers wearing to attend? We can’t find any information on there being a strict dress code but seeing as the Ivy always positions its brasseries and cafes in chic village-style surroundings, it’s not the kind of place that you’d pop into in your sweats. Ella opts for a sheer full length dress and heels for some night time dining and vino.

The Menu
Offering accessible yet sophisticated all day dining with menus ranging from pre-theatre to a la carte. If you’re just in it for the Brunch, their weekend menu has just introduced a chic take on the build your own waffle trend starting at £8.95 plus £1.50 for additional toppings. It’s the kind of place that won’t quite cost you the earth but you can still enjoy deliciously prepared food.

For those who are just meeting up for a drink, the Brasserie also offers quite the cocktail menu in hand with the usual selection of wines, beers and spirits, of course. Cocktails range from around £8 to £10.25, featuring house specials such as the Prosecco based Ivy League Spritz.

Private dining is also an option for those looking for a more intimate affair or business gathering. This room is defined by an amazing art deco feel as its walls are adorned with fabric panels and cool decorative antique mirrors. Plus, there’s also the option of specially created menus to choose from in order to make your event that extra special.

The Décor


The sleek private dining room aside, the Brasserie boasts Parisian style seating and artworks inspired by Soho’s cool music scene. When your life is pretty much dictated by your next Insta pic, then this venue definitely doesn’t disappoint as stain glass windows illuminate the room.  The Martin Brudniziki design studio is behind The Ivy Soho Brasserie’s look and feel with special design focus falling upon its trendy pendant lighting, exquisite marble floors and its banquettes and bar stools crafted from burnt orange leather or velvet.

Plus if you step outside onto the terrace, it’s quite the floral affair with a mixture of pretty seasonal blooms just waiting to be snapped. A great spot to relax and enjoy a spot of afternoon lunch to break away from the usual city grind.

Today it’s all about The Ivy Soho Brasserie, tomorrow it’ll be another new location but with its cool decor and delicious food and tasty cocktail menus, it’s definitely worth a visit!

Images via theivysohobrasserie.com, @lapetiteanglaise, and @ivysohobrass

About the author : Samantha Robinson

Samantha Robinson is a UK Based Freelance Fashion & Lifestyle Writer and Social Media Consultant.

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