Moët & Chandon has announced that it will be opening a premium champagne bar in London, England, at Harrods in Knightsbridge. Simply titled the 'Moët & Chandon Champagne Bar,' the new location will be the largest stand-alone bar ever opened by the premium champagne brand, which was first established in 1743.
Decadent design is central to the aesthetic of the new Moët & Chandon bar. Because of this, it prominently features a dramatic hand-sculpted chandelier at its center, which provides light for a large 34-seat bar. Attendees will have the option to choose from a full selection of Moët & Chandon wines and champagnes, all of which will be served in various formats ranging from a glass to a magnum. What's more, the bar offers a range of food options cooked by Harrod's own in-house chefs.
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Moët & Chandon Open Luxurious New Bar in London, England
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