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Bournemouth’s Terrior Tapas best in CLASS

Congratulations to Terrior Tapas in Bournemouth for their win at this week’s CLASS magazine awards.

While London was named the UK’s cocktail capital, taking 11 of the 16 awards, there were wins from Manchester, Edinburgh, Bournemouth, Sheffield and Birmingham.

Terroir Tapas collected a trophy for Bournemouth, winning the Sustainable Practices Award.  The restaurant bar has an ethos focused on local produce, low-waste and a reduced carbon footprint, which runs throughout its operation. Its bar and tables are made from recycled plastic, waste water is recycled to flush toilets and cocktails and food share ingredients to minimise waste.

Full list of nominees:

Bar of the Year sponsored by Southern Comfort

Dandelyan, Mondrian, London

Swift, London

Three Sheets, London

Bar Food Menu of the Year

Public, Sheffield

Satan’s Whiskers, London

Scout, London

Bartender of the Year sponsored by Jura single malt scotch whisky

Remy Savage, Artesian, The Langham, London

Alex Lawrence, Dandelyan, Mondrian, London

Max Venning, Three Sheets, London

New Bar of the Year

Bar Three, London

Hercules, London

Nauticus, Edinburgh

Hotel Bar of the Year sponsored by Peroni Italia

American Bar, The Savoy, London

Cocktail Lounge, The Edgbaston, Birmingham

Dandelyan, Mondrian, London

Restaurant Bar of the Year sponsored by RE’AL Cocktail Ingredients

Hawksmoor Spitalfields, London

Sager + Wilde, London

The Bon Vivant, Edinburgh

Specialist Bar of the Year sponsored by Cenote tequila

Black Rock, London

Coupette, London

Laki Cane, London

Drinks Menu of the Year sponsored by Fentimans

Dandelyan, Mondrian, London

Scarfes Bar, The Rosewood, London

Three Sheets, London

Cocktail of the Year sponsored by Grand Marnier

Apples, Coupette, London

French 75, Three Sheets, London

Whisky Soda, Three Sheets, London

Lifetime Achievement sponsored by Gosset

Alessandro Palazzi, Dukes Bar, Dukes Hotel

Emerging Bartender of the Year sponsored by Jägermeister Manifest

Amber Blood, Callooh Callay, London

Sarah Berardi. Draffens, Dundee

Yann Bouvignies, Scarfes Bar, The Rosewood, London

Bar Manager of the Year sponsored by The Dublin Liberties Irish whiskey

Declan McGurk, American & Beaufort Bar, The Savoy, London

Anna Sebastian, Artesian Bar, The Langham, London

Michele Venturini, Cahoots, London

Back Bar Star of the Year sponsored by Doorly’s rum

Riccardo Rebesan, Connaught Bar, The Connaught, London

Theodoros Ispoglou, Nightjar, London

Erin Davies, Nocturnal Animal, Birmingham

 

Front of House Star of the Year, sponsored by New Amsterdam vodka

Eduard Pretsi, Churchill Bar & Terrace, London

Coral Anderson, Swift Bar, London

Gosia Krok, The Lobby Bar, One Aldwych, London

Social Media Presence of the Year

Crazy Pedro’s, Manchester

Public, Sheffield

Sexy Fish, London

Sustainable Practices Award

18/81, Birmingham

Amico’s Bar, Ingatestone (Essex)

Terroir Tapas, Bournemouth

Fact file

CLASS magazine, founded in 1997 by industry legend Simon Difford, was re-launched in 2016 by Agile Media, also home to Drinks International, under the editorship of Hamish Smith. The CLASS Bar Awards, historically the most important celebration for the UK bar industry, aims to provide a definitive guide to the UK’s best bars, judged for by those in the know.

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The CLASS Bar Awards 2019 is sponsored by Fentimans, Cenote tequila, New Amsterdam vodka, Doorly’s rum, Dublin Liberties Irish whiskey, Jura single malt scotch whisky, Grand Marnier, Peroni Italia, Scapegrace gin, RE’AL Cocktail Ingredients, Southern Comfort, Jägermeister Manifest and Gosset.

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