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Address: Yorkton St, London, England E2 8NH
Neighbourhood: Shoreditch / Brick Lane / Spitalfields
Specifics: Outdoors / Patio, Upscale
Phone: 07886 037 970
Nightlife Private rooftop bar.

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Average Rating: 4   (5=Amazing, 1=Just Horrible)
Submitted: 2/3/2011 8:47 AM                  
Posted By: Peter Riley
Comment: The Five And Nine, London's most exclusive Rooftop Clubhouse.
Hidden away on the roof of a Grade II church hall, the Five And Nine features a high-end cocktail bar designed by Paul Daly Design Studio and built by Cantilever Bar Systems.
But the jewel in this eastern crown is the unexpected garden. Featuring decked seating areas, real grass lawn and a vertical garden or 'living wall' - the first in the UK - the Five And Nine has hidden surprises around every corner.
Wander through a magical tunnel under the church tower and you'll find the hidden firepit area which seats 30 around charcoal firepits built into a monolithic slab of poured and polished concrete.
A secret VIP room, discovered up a garden staircase to the church tower, has views of Canary Wharf and the City.
The gravity-defying fishpond - suspended three floors up with a glass bottom and views inside the space below - has to be seen to be believed.
The Five And Nine can accommodate 80 guests and with an onsite team of event organisers, promises the unexpected for spectacular corporate events, product launches and private parties.

Submitted: 2/3/2011 11:45 AM                  
Posted By: Jill Haldane
Comment: I recently booked the amazing Five and Nine rooftop clubhouse for my company’s AGM. Wow! The place is beyond belief. It’s the most unique private space you could imagine. Around every corner there was something more wonderful to see! Everyone at the company is still talking about our night there, as it was so much more than anyone expected. Everything from the amazing views across London, to the orange lava floor, the champagne bar under the huge circular church window, to the roaring fire pits, it was truly spectacular and like something out of a movie! We had the most personalised service and nothing was too much trouble. In fact we were given funky ideas to make the night more interesting. We lit Chinese lanterns and watched them fly off into the night; we had fireworks, fabulous personalised cocktails, not to mention glorious food. I can’t recommend the place highly enough for the most unique experience you could ever want, and then some! Thanks to everyone at Five and Nine for giving us a night to remember.
J Haldane

Submitted: 2/7/2011 6:10 AM                  
Posted By: Nora Gurney
Comment: I discovered Five and Nine a few months ago and can say that it's probably the most unique events space I've ever seen. A labyrinth of different spaces and atmospheres in one location, just venturing around the space itself kept me entertained for quite a while. The service, which i think is always overlooked at these sorts of places was second to none and the food and drink were great too. The fact that the space is on a rooftop just adds to the quirkiness of this place and pretty views across London were a bonus. It was really really cold the evening I attended but by the time I'd discovered the roaring firepits (and a few cocktails) I'd forgotten all about it. This place will be amazing come Spring/Summer. I want to go back!

Submitted: 2/7/2011 6:28 AM                  
Posted By: Kate Simkin
Comment: The Five and Nine is totally mind blowing - I can't recommend this place enough. I've been to a fair few decent venues in my time, but nothing compared to this - it's truly in a league of it's own. The design and attention to detail is so inspired and each corner you turn there is something to make you go wow again and again, just when you thought you couldn't be impressed any more. From the funky orange recycled tyre floor, the incredible sunken firepits, the wicked concrete bathroom and the chalet style VIP room up the top of the tower makes you feel you've stumbled across something very very special. I could go on but try it out for yourselves - you won't be disappointed! The food was equally as amazing and the service impeccable and friendly. The sooner I can visit this little gem again the better!

Submitted: 4/10/2011 10:12 AM                  
Posted By: Sarah Taylor
Comment: Peter Riley who has posted a review is the owner of this premises. The bar is a nuisance to residents and businesses in the area and to make matters worse he has now applied for a alchohol and live/recorded music license. Someone (Mr Riley?) has recently removed the licensing application notice that was posted up in Yorkton St. Objections to Mr Riley's licensing proposals can be made to The licensing Service, 1 Hillman St., London E8 1DY, or emailed directly to by 18th April.

Submitted: 5/9/2011 4:12 AM                  
Posted By: Betsy Smith
Comment: Funny, with all theses reviews this place is not open, the hearing on licensing has not even happened. Good job having people write fake glowing reviews.