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
It's a quirky hidden bar near Liverpool Street that involves an oversized, retro refrigerator entrance inside a restaurant. Enter The Breakfast Club, tell one of the servers that you're there to see "The Mayor," and wait until they whisk you to a intimate underground drinking den with a convivial atmosphere and reasonably-priced cocktails.
I do think the novelty wears off after your first...more
Five stars because I get to walk into an old fashioned fridge. Review complete.
I don't think Yelp will let me get away with that one...
Well, there's this restaurant... It's a breakfast restaurant. In this restaurant is a magical refrigerator. If you open the door, you can walk inside, and as you walk down the stairs, you're in a speakeasy, with dim lighting, good music, friendly...more
I've been wanting to check out The mayor of Scaredy Cat Town for ages now but due to the slightly out the way location compared to other places I visit I just never seemed to get around to it. Luckily for me I've finally managed to rectify that and it was worth the wait.
Getting there at half 5 on a Monday seems to be the ideal time to arrive as there was only 1 other table occupied so I...more
It is a hidden bar. vey london.
1. Its behind a fridge in Breakfast club.
2. it is a grimly lit, trendy, bar, with very tasty cocktail list, and incredibly good table service.
1. Cool Factor.
2. Cocktails were good.
3. I got a seat,
4. Staff/Table service.
2. Lighting - its underground and hidden, so it kinda goes without saying.
Summary: i've read other people had...more
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