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from Architectural Digest

10 Secret Cocktail Bars in London

Secret Bars in London The Nightjar This award-winning clandestine lounge proves London can do Prohibition-era bars right, perhaps so right you might feel like you’re in a New York speakeasy. If the dark, moody design doesn’t get you, the live jazz certainly will. 129 City Road;

from thrillist

The Most Remarkable Speakeasies in London

London Speakeasies -- Hidden bars hark back to the days of prohibition... when drinking was still totally legal in the UK, and a hidden bar would have made no sense whatsoever. But if sense was what we were after, we wouldn’t be drinking, so here’s our list of the best hush-hush watering holes in the capital…

from Hire Space

Bars With Secret Entrances London

There's been an explosion of 'secret' venues over the last few years, popping up behind hidden doors, in basements and down alleyways.


The Vault @ Milroy's of Soho: Cocktail bar hidden behind a whisky shop bookcase on Greek Street - a great speakeasy-style date spot | Recommended by | Have You Heard Of It? tried & tasted bar & restaurant recommendations

from Metro

Top 10 London speakeasies and hidden bars: From The Nightjar to Evans and Peel Detective Agency

Looking for some respite during this warm weather? We reveal the top 10 speakeasies and hidden bars...

from Time Out London

Secret London

@mamabear915 Fancy escaping the crowds for a bit? Find great places to eat, drink, shop and chill out with our guide to the best secret London spots. From hidden gardens and parks to secret speakeasies and shops, you'll find it all in our guide to secret London.


London's Coolest & Quirkiest Bars

Searching for a quirky yet cool setting for sipping on cocktails? Look no further than our list of the capital’s coolest and quirkiest venues. Whether you fancy a trip back in time to 1940’s America, 1920’s post-war Britain or the curious Victorian era, from fairground interiors to secret speakeasies we’ve gathered the quirkiest and most unconventional bars London has to offer.

There's a new vintage tube-themed bar in Soho:

There's a new vintage tube-themed bar in Soho:


Mr Fogg's, London15 Bruton Lane, Mayfair, London, W1J 6JD nspired by the Mayfair house that Phileas Fogg is believed to have lived in as he wrote Around The World in 80 Days, Mr Fogg’s is tricky to find. It is a speakeasy, after all. The street is off Berkeley Square (hint: look for the Victorian lantern). With its waiters dressed head to toe in bespoke, Military-style uniforms, & the walls festooned with artifacts Mr Fogg picked up on his travels, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in…