Low 302 ticks all the boxes. Good booze, great service and attention to detail.
The blues and jazz offerings seem to always suit the mood and the plush interior makes you feel ensconced and warm. And the cocktails are good. There’s a standard offering from the menu and chalkboard stating what’s taken the bartenders' fancy for the week.
The bar food on offer is solid. It’s a level above bar snacking with dishes such as Wagyu steak and pork belly on offer next to charcuterie and cheese boards. The appeal is further increased by the kitchen being open until 2am. Quality this good is unheard of in the area at that time of the evening.
A small stage in the corner regularly hosts live music of the blues, jazz and rock variety, making this a lively but still inviting venue. It ties the whole package together and truly makes this a great, multi-faceted bar.
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