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Introducing…. Ruby’s our new Dalston Basement Bar!
Set underneath the cinema sign at 76 Stoke Newington Road Ruby’s is an intimate subterranean drinking den serving expertly mixed cocktails and quality alternatives in a unique and atmospheric setting. Set up by Tom Gibson in the former kitchen of Ruby House 3, a Chinese takeaway, the room was stripped back and adorned with a Mayfair bar and some delicate interior alterations. Drinks are made using top quality ingredients with all alcohol being premium and all juices and syrups freshly made on site. We place great emphasis on the small touches that make a difference so all our Blackberry Mojito’s are served in 1940’s milk bottles, all our beer mats are vintage and unique and service will always be performed with a smile. Ruby’s aims to fuse the atmosphere of an old fashioned bar with modern day standards of quality and service. We have a small carefully crafted cocktail menu which include 7 Ruby’s classics and 7 seasonal ones plus a selection of alternatives including Redchurch Ale, Brooklyn lager, Breton cider, fine wines plus a whole array of others. For any more info check out the website rubysdalston.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow @rubysdalston on twitter or "like' us on Facebook. In regards to bookings please note that we can only take bookings up until 8pm and (on a Friday/Saturday night) for a maximum of 8 people. Opening Times Tues-Thurs 6.30pm - 11.00pm Fri-Sat 6.30pm - Midnight Address 76 Stoke Newington Road Hackney London N16 7XB Vogue UK "Our fave east London hideaway." Grazia "Best London Cocktail Bar Winner 2013" Design My Night "Best New Bar 2012" Metro "The Savoy or The Ritz it's certainly not but Ruby's is a class act in it's own lovely lo-fi way." Evening Standard/Barchick "The sign says 'Nothing to See Here". Not true, there is plenty." Time Out "Our new fave hidden Dalston spot, just don't tell everyone about it!" Vogue Espana "Few things are closer to the definition of cool." View London "Ruby’s is definitely a venue to prove the cynics wrong, possessing the genuine feel of a hidden gem, rather than a try-hard hipster concept bar."