Mix n Mingle with Sober and Social
About Mix n Mingle:
Sober & Social are so excited to be collaborating with private members club, Mortimer House to bring our new monthly event ‘Mix n Mingle’. Mix n Mingle is an IRL hangover free event hosted on the first Tuesday of every month to embrace community, great conversation and connection.
We will be partnering with one of our favourite drinks brands each month. Come along to hang out with likeminded people, have meaningful conversation and enjoy good vibes.
Your ticket includes 2 complimentary drinks. Want to receive discounted tickets? Make sure you are a member of Sober & Social’s Substack community ‘The Socialer’ to receive weekly content, giveaways and an online monthly workshop. Join us here!
Our first month’s drinks sponser for May is Wild Idol! Find out more about them below…
A little about Sober & Social:
Sober & Social is a brand and community that supports those wanting to explore and lead a hangover-free lifestyle. The core ethos of Sober & Social are to empower, encourage and celebrate you living your healthiest and happiest life.
Sober & Social was founded on the basis that going alcohol-free shouldn’t mean missing out or having to compromise on your social life.
Our approach is to demonstrate to you that you can still live a vibrant, happy and enriched life – booze free. We do this by hosting events, workshops and providing support through coaching.
A little about Mortimer House:
Set in a six-storey Art Deco building in the heart of Fitzrovia, Mortimer House brings beautifully designed work, social and wellbeing spaces together under one roof. With hospitality at its core, Mortimer House is a stimulating place for our members to collaborate, create and unwind — as well as feel at home.
On their all day menus, honest Italian cooking takes inspiration from the Middle East via the Mediterranean. From breakfast to cocktails, delicious food and drink is available in the Living Room & Den, the Rooftop Bar & Terrace and provides ‘room service’ for wherever you might be in the house. Their neighbourhood restaurant, Mortimer House Kitchen sits on the ground floor and has a private dining space.