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A unique dining, bar, live music and dancing experience


Steam and Rye is a unique dining, bar, live music and dancing experience with a classic Americana theme. Inspired by 1940s United States where the grand living of the Great Gatsby met the glamour of the Golden Age of Hollywood, where the old ways of the Wild West and travelling shows met the stirrings of the new, young sound of rock’n’roll, and where every corner of this land of opportunity, from rising city to endless prairie, was opened up by the all-conquering majesty of the mighty railroads.



“It was love at first sight when I set eyes upon the old Bank of New York on Leadenhall St and immediately the concept sprung to life in my head. In a few seconds, an amalgamation of movies ranging from ‘Hugo’ to ‘Gangs of New York’ started to take form and I knew then that I had to make Steam & Rye a reality.  My journey started almost a year ago as I began to source film set designers, alternative thinkers, illustrators, chefs and mixologists who could help shape my vision into something special and incomparable!” – Nick House
“I have always been inspired by the glamour and opulence of 1920s Americana, and am thrilled to be collaborating on this project with Nick House. This is my first venture into nightlife hospitality, and we’ve teamed up to deliver something extraordinary – there is nothing like it in London” – Kelly Brook

It was an age of change and possibility, of freedom and adventure, of glamour and decadence, and of energy and positivity.

This late night bar and restaurant is a Nick House venture, partnering with British actress and model Kelly Brook. Steam and Rye opened it’s doors in November 2013.

Steam and Rye is an American dream on British soil. The venue is a spectacular 550 capacity space harking back to a bygone era, encapsulating America’s Gilded Age, a time of glamour, decadence and idealism in the old bank of New York building in Bank, the heart of the City of London.

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