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A Cocktail Fit for a Princess: Carrie Fisher’s Birthday

SEEN hears that the glorious Bobby Fitzpatrick, a legendary West London local with a penchant for rum and passion for all things Caribbean, is honouring his all-time celebrity crush with a one-off Star Wars themed celebration at his 70s party-pad pizzeria and bar in West Hampstead.

On Saturday 21st October, Bobby Fitzpatrick will be celebrating the late Carrie Fisher’s birthday with a special Princess Leia themed cocktail for just £5. Guests who come dressed as their favourite Star Wars character will get their first Princess Leia cocktail for free.

Available from 7pm until closing time, the Princess Leia cocktail, made with gin, lime and House falernum, is ideal for those loyal to the Empire or just love a great tasting cocktail. Bobby looks forward to seeing you in the bar.

Bobby Fitzpatrick
273 West End Lane

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