The Black Book, 23 Frith St, Soho, , W1D 4RR

Working at The Black Book

A boutique Soho basement wine bar and kitchen founded by two Master Sommeliers.

Located within the energetic epicentre of Soho, on the corner of Old Compton St and minutes from theatre land, we are the West-End’s go-to wine destination.

The venue was once home to TRADE – a members’ club for The Hospitality Industry, which had a “Black Book” of hand-scribed fine and rare wines, the secret Black Book become so popular with our guests, it made sense to name the wine bar after it’s legacy.

At the Black Book you will find London’s largest ‘by-the-glass’ list stocked within our walk-in Coravin Cellar as well as an accompanying small and large plate.

Opening hours are Tuesday and Wednesday 5pm-1am, Thursday to Saturday 5pm-3am, and Sunday and Monday closed,

The Black Book bar is the quintessential spot to start, end or spend your evening.

" “The Black Book is a fantastic spot in the centre of Soho, it is so vibrant all around, yet you can sneak down to our basement wine bar and escape the everyday. It has a sense of calm and mystery and an all-round feel-good place to spend an evening. The Black Book has only just opened to the public, but was previously home to TRADE, the hospitality industry’s private members’ club – so you are guaranteed to be brushing shoulders with other industry peers who know their food + wine, therefore service and quality need to be top of the game. “"
Natalaigh Taylor, Marketing Manager