Events at Cellar Door
Venue Details & Map
Zero AldwychLondonWC2E 7DN
- +44 (0)20 7240 8848
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
They attempted to overcharge me.
I went here on a Sunday and I was having a great time. They had a keyboardist - Paul Saunders - who played in Dexy's Midnight Runners and he gave an amazing performance. The bar was empty and I felt lucky to be there.
However, at closing time, I got the bill and it seemed off. Really off. I expected a 27ish pound bill and I got a 42 pound bill.
We reserved for 630pm on a Thursday, however it wasn't crowded at the time & so we didn't even need to check in for our reservation. However it started to get more crowded the longer we were there & it truly is small so you know a reservation never hurts. It definitely had a blink & you'll miss it entrance. I had intermittent mobile signal after I descended & the friend I was meeting...more
Located at Zero Aldwych, Cellar Door is likely somewhere you've seen but not thought to venture into as it looks more like a bike rack or an entrance to a subway than a bar! Right next to that odd little cycle lane opposite the Lyceum theatre it's a really strange location but somehow it just works. Inside it's a tiny little place but it feels a lot bigger than it is thanks to very clever...more
I've always wanted to go to Cellar Door as I've heard such good things from my friends.
I went as part of my birthday drink a thon - turning 40 means an extra excuse to PARTY. That said I was feeling a little frayed around the edges when I met my friendnd in Covent Garden. As we approached the super funky entrance my mood lifted. Once downstairs I couldnt stop smiling... Prosecco and a vodka...more
Ideal if you want something a little different after dinner in central london!
What I like:
- really expertly made cocktails
- varied FREE live entertainment
- the toilet doors are semi-transparent and lit with cool lighting, and quirky interiors always get my vote!
- free popcorn!
What I don't like:
- too crowded
- door staff can be slightly rudemore