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Ruski’s Tavern Launch Party

Ruskis Tavern Kensington

Ruskis Tavern is the newest club in London, and with James Middleton attending the launch party in Kensington last night, it is sure to become the go-to destination for glamorous young professionals in the know. At the launch party we sipped on Moscow Mules and nibbled on cupcakes made by Mr Middleton himself, whilst mingling with the likes of Donna Air, Olivia Grant, and Sabrina Percy.

Ruski’s is an exclusive late night bar and club, opening at 8pm for the relaxed Dynasty period, before moving on to Revolution at 11pm, when the lights dim and two large rooms merge into one. There is no guestlist (unless you’re there for a private party), and entrance is at the discretion of the door. Entry is free before 10:30pm and after that time is £15 for women and £20 for men, which is standard prices for central London clubs.

The brainchild of nightlife entrepreneurs Antoin Commane and Diego Bivero-Volpe, Ruski’s Tavern is situated directly opposite their old collaboration, Bodos Schloss, at the Kensington Palace end of High Street Kensington. With Bodos Schloss and Ruskis under their belt, it could be said that Antoin and Diego are the kings of the kitsch nightlife industry in London, and no doubt Ruskis will be as popular if not more so, than Bodos.

Specializing in Vodka and Caviar, and with internationally acclaimed DJ’s entertaining revellers, head down to Ruski’s for a good night out, whether it be for drinks, food, partying, or all three!

Ruskis Tavern is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8pm-3am, and is located at 1 Kensington High Street, London. Contact: enquiries@ruskis.com.

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