A favourite bar of anyone who is trying to impress someone on a date, Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town requires you to be "in the know" in order to gain entry. What might seem like just a funky cafe restaurant in the City of London (The Breakfast Club) has plenty more to offer behind a secret door. Awaiting you once you've uncovered the entrance is a darkened room, luscious cocktails, bar snacks, and, as the flickering sign proclaims, "thrills".
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The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town
Through The Fridge, The Breakfast Club, 12-16 Artillery Lane,Aldgate,London E1 7LS,UKE1 7LS
- +44 (0) 20 7078 9639
OK I admit it. I still love this place. I know exactly what's going to happen when you walk inside. I know that you will ALWAYS have to queue even if there are free tables at the Breakfast Club because then the bar seems busier. I know the secret code, the magic entrance and the rules about the Mayor. You'd think that I would be less excited. BUT I WASN'T.
Friday night, 8pm. A friend and...more
After a recent visit to Call Me Mr Lucky, one of the Breakfast Club's other speakeasy bars in London, I was excited to try out the Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town. Whilst planning a get together with some friends I suggested we meet there and have a cocktail or two.
You can't book so do arrive early or be prepared to wait. We got there at 5:30pm on a Tuesday evening and luckily there was a table...more
A truly unique speakeasy. The entrance is actually hidden and the staff at the Breakfast Club actually pretend to not know what you're talking about if you ask how to get there.
Once inside, you can enjoy delicious cocktails while sitting in big, comfy chairs. It's reminiscent of a different era. Quite elegant with a quirky and delicious cocktail selection.
I'd highly recommend this place...more
What a super fun premise for a bar! We had to wait in the Breakfast club for an hour before being shown through the fridge door, which was ok because it was happy hour.
After being led through the fridge door and down the stairs we entered a dimly lit speakeasy type of bar. The music was the perfect level for everyone to talk to their neighbour, but not hear the table next door. The cocktails...more
What a find! Thank goodness for Yelp and all the reviews that mentioned how exactly you enter the bar. Otherwise, you will just be standing outside looking stupid.
For some reason, I have been on a quest to try the world's best speakeasies and this one was definitely unique.
First of all, the restaurant in which this speakeasy is located is in sort of an alley and there's not a huge sign....more