The Collins Club

A dazzling space, a destination in itself.

The drinks list is a masterpiece and has been meticulously curated and designed around the finest method and ingredients. From the clinking of martinis to laidback bites and snacks, The Collins Club is a vibrant yet sophisticated space that mirrors what you find on the menu.


The Experience

The nods to Georgian glam are clear with dimmed lighting, ceilings adorned with decadent details, and a bar drenched in the most luscious shade of crimson. DJs will read the room whilst a lively pianist plays on the baby grand, and a food menu is served up for lunch and dinner, the mixologists at The Collins Club have managed to create an intimate, yet ever so lively vibe that invites locals to delve right into a good time.

Opening Hours


Daily: Food & Drinks served from 12 Noon – late

Thursdays: DJ from 6pm

Fridays: Music from 5pm, DJ from 9pm

Saturdays: Music from 5pm, DJ from 9pm

For group bookings:

The Name behind The Collins Club

David Collins was born in 1955 in Dublin and studied at the Bolton School of Architecture. He received his first major design commission by chance. After completing a private residential project for a friend of Pierre Koffmann, he was invited to refurbish the chef’s restaurant in Chelsea. Shortly afterwards, in 1988, he was invited to re-design Harvey’s by Michellin-starred chef Marco Pierre White. It went on to be named ‘Restaurant of the Year’ by The Times that year.

In 1985, he founded David Collins Studio, alongside Iain Watson. Collins was as stylish as the interiors he created. He understood luxury beyond brand names, creating interiors which looked as if they had always existed. ‘London’s Great Interior Designer.’ — British Vogue

David passed away in 2013. His spirit lives on through the work of The Studio and we are proud at The Leinster to honour David in the naming of The Collins Bar as a tribute to his work.