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Balans West: Cocktail Battles in Shepherds Bush

Are you an Espresso Martini lover or a Negroni person? Old Fashioned or a Dark & Stormy? Stick with the classics, try something new?

Our new Happy Hour in Shepherds Bush on Mondays and Tuesdays lets you vote with your glass. It’s Balans West’s Cocktail Battle each week. The rules:

  • Two cocktail options on the Happy Hour menu each week. Available 2 for 1.
  • All-day on Monday and Tuesday.
  • Whichever drink is ordered the most wins the battle and rolls over to the next week.
  • The next week, a new contender comes on the menu.

Let battle commence! See you on Mondays and Tuesdays for Balans West’s Cocktail Battle exclusively in Shepherds Bush.

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