Cocktail Bar

Soho, London

The bar once known as the Kingly Club, has had its fair share of scandal: it was one of the places cabinet minister John Profumo met call girl Christine Keeler in 1961, and has hosted the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Peter O’Toole and Audrey Hepburn.

Its latest development sees it transformed into Disrepute or D.R.P, a members’ only bar incorporating a vaulted den of jewel-coloured upholstery, marble floors and polished brass accents. The concept originates from the sixties heyday, playing on its glamorous heritage with a avant garde twist creating cosy nooks for couples or pink vaulted ceilings for larger groups. 

Grapes worked with local branding consultancy Two Times Elliot who developed the complete rebrand of Disrepute to reflect the opulence of the interior concept. Branded notepaper encourages you to pass notes to strangers across the bar, whilst a logo embossed punchy green suede menu holder adds a delicate touch to the exclusive Soho basement bar. 


Fika cafe & casual dining


Champagne & Espresso Bar


Our new identity

8 February 2019

Grapes - Brand Refresh with Two Times Elliott

We have recently completed our rebrand and site refresh with local design studio Two Times Elliott. Our new brand mark reflects the year of our practices  establishment. The studio also produced our new website to perfectly fall inline with our ongoing practices aspirations and market position.


5 February 2019

Grapes - Babel Cheltenham

Grapes concept design for Babel, Cheltenham has been crowned winner of best UK bar / club 2018 at the Restaurant & Bar design awards!

We’ve made the cut!

30 January 2019

Dirty Martini - Manchester

Dirty Martini, Manchester has been shortlisted for the Restaurant and Bar Awards 2018 in the Bar and Club Category. Click on the link to see more photos of our fabulous design and other the full shortlist.