London-based bar operator Tony Conigliaro is to launch a second site under the Bar Termini name.
Bar Termini Centrale will open in Duke Street, Marylebone, on 15 May and is larger than its Soho sister site, with extended food and cocktail menus and a sizeable outdoor terrace.
In addition, the new bar will also have a takeaway ‘breakfast hatch’, open from 8am each morning.
The venue will also take reservations and offer an all-day dining menu, ranging from breakfast pastries to dishes such as fried panzerotti a la noma with tomato, aubergine and ricotta, smoked octopus carpaccio, and a range of aperitivi.
Additions to the drinks list include an olive bellini and a bottle-aged bergamot negroni.
Non-alcoholic drinks include the Al Penguino, made with lemon and mint syrup and topped with fizzy Italian galeffi.
In February, Conigliaro launched cocktail bar Untitled in Hackney with business partner Zoe Burgess, inspired by Andy Warhol’s Silver Factory.
He opened his first bar – 69 Colebrooke Row – in Islington in 2009 and the debut Bar Termini in 2015.
He is also head of drinks consultancy Drink Factory, founded in Pink Floyd’s former recording studio and now based in London Fields.