Coffee shop by day, cocktail bar by night, and every piece of 50′s and 60′s furniture in the narrow café is for sale. It is not cheap, but the concept is so great it has long been recognized internationally (Fuglen Tokyo is a hot spot, I hear).
Until six o’clock stylish baristas serve up coffee and tea like they have since 1963, then the bird rests for a couple of hours, before re-opening as a cocktail hotspot at eight.
So order a drink, sit back in a comfy chair and pretend you just finished a hard days work at Sterling Cooper. That’s a bird’s life!
Prepare to wait a while for the cocktails, the insider tip is to order a beer to sip while the cocktails are being prepared. And if you are a Bloody Mary fan, try the Bloody Boris, where the tomato juice is swapped with beetroot juice! Delicious!