Welcome To The Troubadour!
Important Upcoming Holiday Hours:
Sunday, Easter Day | Café open 9am – midnight, Wine Shop CLOSED, Club CLOSED
Easter Monday | Café open 9am – midnight, Wine Shop CLOSED, Club CLOSED
Tuesday 22nd April |Café open 5pm – midnight, Wine Shop open 5pm – 10pm, Club open 8pm – midnight – DAY TIME WE ARE CLOSED FOR OUR ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN!
REVIEWS The Café The Troubadour is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year as it was established in 1954. It is one of the last remaining 50s Coffee Houses in London with a proud history as a centre of liberty, peace, and bohemian artistic energy. One review calls us “the best eatery west of Big Ben” and we are pretty proud of our menu which is served from 9am ’til 11pm 7 days a week. We’ve also got a lovely hidden GARDEN (open from 9am until 9pm) and a pretty tasty cocktail list
The wine bar below the Wine shop is a quieter, cosier corner of The Troubadour, nestled beneath the vast expanse of wine delights above. Customers are welcome to sample wines from Troubadour Wines or have a nibble from next door in little booths, watched over by our carved Victorian bar. The area is also available for exclusive hire for dinner parties or drinks parties for up to 16-25 guests.
Might you find yourself looking for an aromatic adventure, Troubadour Wines offers some of the most exquisite flavours of both classic examples and extraordinary discoveries, sought out especially by our fine wines connoisseur, Atilio Falco. We offer wine tasting evenings to anyone who wants to learn in a fun and relaxed environment, so feel free to sign up today
Troubadour Club Downstairs is the Club where goliaths of the music world played in the 60s and 70s (think Bob Dylan and Paul Simon) when they were little supernovas in the making. The same can be said for today, Adele’s performed her first London performance here and we have recently seen Ed Sheeran and Amos Lee in our little cellar club. Last October we were honour to host Ronnie Wood and Mick Taylor in a secret gig prior to their concert in the Royal Albert Hall. We have a jam packed programme of music and poetry and also hire it out for parties of up to 120 people.
The Garret If you don’t want to go home after a party or gig at The Troubadour Club, or maybe you want a night out in central London, you can reserve the Garret, which can sleep up to four. We’re excited to announce that The Garret did brilliantly in the prestigious Alastair Sawday Reader Awards. From 1,000 places listed in Sawday’s British B&B and Hotels & Inns guide we were voted runner up in the Favourite Hotel or Inn category.
The Gallery If you’re looking for a light and airy space for a drinks or dinner party or to exhibit art of any sort then check out our Gallery ‘With more soul than a millipede wearing size 17 boots, ceilings and walls strewn with the instrumental heirlooms of a bygone bohemia, this 50s café screams throw-back. Successfully and audaciously blending 50s coffee bar, wine bar, club, music venue and breakfast bar with an easy smoothness, this live music haven is the cornerstone of Old Brompton Road, which has refreshingly resisted the modern humdrum of high street homogeny. Comfort and conviviality ooze as you can sup European classic wine offerings or New World fare, nurse a hot chocolate or bury your face in an omelette big enough to swallow you whole.’ Alex Homer
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The Troubadour is multifaceted… Earl’s Court’s most famous Café |The legendary Live Music Venue An elegant Art Gallery | Award winning Wine Shop and Wine Bar,
Come and stay in our luxury serviced apartments:
The Garret, or our newest addition: The Eleanor