Bar Termini Milano - Torino charity ride

Over 2 days, starting on September 20th the Bar Termini team with the support of Campari, Faema and MARTINI will emulate the famous Milano-Torino cycling ride to fundraise for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. 

The team behind the bars Italian inspired coffee and cocktail list will be cycling 200km in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.  Your donations will support this wonderful charity. 

Show the team some love! 

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Classico Negroni

The elegant glassware and signature bottled Classico Negroni are now available to buy and enjoy at home. Perfect for cocktail lovers or those looking to toast the festive season and create an aperitivo moment.

Created by the Drink Factory the crafted bottled Classico is an aged negroni, batched at sipping strength and designed to be served chilled, straight from the bottle - providing the highest quality bartender drink in the comfort of your own home. The bottle features a unique, hand drawn and decorative design by London-based tattoo artist Mo Coppoletta, making it the perfect dinner party centrepiece. The Classico Negroni is made from a traditional blend of gin, vermouth and Italian bitters, resulting in a superbly smooth classic negroni drink with a hint of fruit, citrus and botanicals.

The dainty Negroni glasses are handmade and the perfect size for serving the bottled Negroni without ice. Unlike normal Negroni serves, this prevents the cocktail from becoming diluted and watery whilst drinking - allowing every last drop to be savoured.

Classico Negroni is currently available at the following locations

Amathus - All Stores & Online 

The Drink Shop - Online 

69 Colebrooke Row 

Negroni Glasses - £7.50 - are currently available at the following locations

Bar Termini  

 69 Colebrooke Row 


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Celebrate Ferragosto with us!

This coming Sunday 16th August, we (and 69 Colebrooke Row) will be celebrating Ferragosto. Ferragosto is an Italian public holiday celebrated on 15 August, coinciding with the major Catholic feast of the Assumption of Mary. Many churches in Italy believe that August 15 is the day that God assumed the Virgin Mary into Heaven at the end of her life. However, its origins date further back to pre-Christian times when August 15 was a Pagan holiday. The Catholic church later adopted this date to commemorate the belief of Mary’s assumption into heaven. The celebrations usually involve processions of people carrying the statue of Jesus’ mother Mary in many towns and cities.

This years celebrations commence from Midday onwards at Termini. Ferragosto will also mark the release of our new drink - Negroni Robusto and to really celebrate in style we will be giving out miniatures to those of who join us this sunday!

The day will continue on at 69 Colebrooke Row from 5pm, where a menu of classic Italian drinks and snacks will be offered.

Scopa Sundays

Thank you to everyone who made it to learn how to play Scopa yesterday, a great day was had by all. We have had lots of enquiries about the next class, which has been scheduled for the 30th August. We look forward to seeing you there!!!  SCOPA!


Pitti Uomo

Tomorrow evening (17th June) we will be making an appearance at Pitti Uomo - Florence. If you are in town we will be serving Negroni at the “The Renaissance of Bespoke Culture” hosted at the Four Seasons Hotel.  

Soho Food Feast 2015

We had a great time yesterday at Soho Food Feast. A big thank you to the organising team and all who dropped by. Congratulations again to Robin for scooping first prize in the cocktail comp.


A coffee masterclass with Marco Arrigo where he analysed the mythical value of fresh coffee, roasted some beans in a popcorn machine and discussed all elements of the Italian coffee culture.

These masterclasses are free and if you missed out this time, there are more dates coming up soon!


Bar Termini Stories Episode 1 - Aperitivi in Soho

Around the time of World War II, London saw an influx of Italian immigrants, many of which opened their own businesses. Soho became home to many new Italian restaurants, bars and delicatessens, some of which still exist today.

Since opening Bar Termini, many faces, new and old have bought us interesting stories. We began to look into the history of our neighbourhood, particularly between 1930s -1970s. We were surprised to find a whole host of characters with stories to tell.

In this short series, we meet Elena Salvoni, John Billiet and Teresa Arrigo, who kindly share their memories of the time they spent in Soho.