Unless we’re massively underestimating the age span of our readership - or the general life span of humans in the 21st century - we can safely say that you probably weren’t alive during the 1940s. That’s exactly what makes a night at Cahoots in Kingly Court feel quite so unique. Inside a jazzed-up abandoned tube carriage, this is a 1940s, D-day celebrations themed bar with a live swing band and a seriously long list of excellent cocktails. It can be a little corny, but you’re guaranteed a whole lot of fun until the early hours. Heads up, there’s a minimum spend of £25 per person.
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