The Little Yellow Door, a quirky pop-up bar based on a fictional flatshare, has become a West London institution since it opened in October 2014. Now it has been announced that the venue will be transformed into an indoor garden.
Guests will be invited to take part in interactive dinner and drink parties, building on the Little Yellow Door experience in a fun and original recreation of a non-existing outdoor space where cocktails will be served in watering cans and aquariums, and guests can enjoy their own tree house without a wasp in sight.
Complete with a wooden picket fence surrounding the room, astroturf decking the floor, wrought iron tables, and deck chairs in pale mint, the botanical hub will keep guests in brighter spirits, come rain or snow.
The room will be decorated with potted plants around the edges, while an enormous parasol and blooming sunflowers will be brightening up the space, in true TLYD style. Local Notting hillers can even request their own private key so they can visit the garden at anytime, without having to climb a fence or break an entrance.
The popular Notting Hill pop-up will also be gearing up their famous Friday dinner parties with a brand new menu based on their new Mexican flatmate, where guests can attend a four course dinner for only £35 including a complimentary cocktail.