The Groucho Club is a private members club open to men and women formed in 1985.
Dreamt up by a group of publishers as an alternative to stuffy gentleman’s clubs who wanted somewhere to meet and relax, they approached Anthony Mackintosh owner of ‘The Zanzibar’ – a members bar in Covent Garden – and Restaurant 192. Tony and his partners got to work and The Groucho Club was created.
Premises were found in Soho, the bohemian heart of London, and the doors opened to a membership drawn from the Arts, Publishing, Film, Music and Advertising, many of whom were working in the area. It soon became the approved watering hole for the creative industries. With bars, two restaurants, private event rooms and twenty bedrooms, The Groucho Club is the benchmark for a new generation of members clubs both opening in the area and internationally.
*There is no connection or affiliation of any kind between this club and any actor, celebrity or philosopher or any heirs or estates. No affiliation, sponsorship or endorsement exists or is implied.