LDNReview

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.

Featured in

.
The Best Places In London To Get A Cocktail Outside guide image
Guide
The Best Places In London To Get A Cocktail Outside

Because sometimes the pub garden just doesn’t cut it.

16 Bars You Can Book For Your Birthday  guide image
Guide
16 Bars You Can Book For Your Birthday

Where to celebrate the inevitable process of ageing with your friends and some drinks.