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; barnightjar.com
Dirty Martini Club - Covent Garden - Cocktail making Classes from £25pp - make and drink 3 cocktails each and sharing platters. You will have your own area in the bar plus a private bartender for the duration of the class - classes take 1.5hours and they are available daily before 4.45pm.
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…
Experimental Cocktail Club - With no signage outside, this is the actual definition of a hidden gem. Three French cocktail gurus are to thank for the creation of the ECC and the return of refined drinking to the Big Apple. Stop by a on Tuesday night for live music.