Inspired from the era that saw Londoners take refuge in the underground, as stations were commonly used as air raid shelters during the war, Cahoots replicates the wartime British spirit with drinks and sing-alongs around the piano to boost morale. Nightly parties continued after the war in abandoned tube stations, known as Cahoots, to which it takes its namesake.
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13 Kingly CourtSohoLondonW1B 5PW
- +44 (0)20 7352 6200
This place was amazing but, we waited one hour to get in and could stay at our table less than an hour...Next time we will book a table for sure.
Anyway the place itself is great, every little detail makes you think you're going back in time and exploring the underground more than 50 years ago with great retro vibes. The music is kind of retro/modern too (but a bit too loud which makes it...more
Super cool spot for a few drinks! We stopped in here after dinner at The Diner around the corner. It's literally just a door - we missed it a few times actually.
We didn't have a reservation, but they let us down anyway to stand at the bar. After about 20 minutes, the hostess offered us a table but we loved the bartender so much we stayed by the bar. We each got about three different...more
I love, love this place!
Every member of staff is in character, the drinks are gorgeous and the bar itself couldn't be more fun yet beautiful. Newspaper menus, 1940's atmosphere what more do you need for a cool and unique evening!
I can't wait to go back, a real gem in London!!!more
Loved it!!! After moving back to London from NYC I was so excited to find a Speakeasy! We didn't have a reservation, I didn't think it would be an issue at 6pm on a Sunday, but they were really busy and just as we arrived around 5 different groups with reservations turned up so we had to wait around 15-20 minutes to get it. To avoid disappointment I would suggest booking and I will definitely...more
Drinking ban on the tube? Yeah ok whatever said cahoots and opened up their own tube bar.
I love how everyone is dressed up and in character once you enter down the stairs to the underground to the waiting room (cloakroom) into the party in the captains chamber.
We didn't manage to get a table on a Friday night (we were walk ins) but we did get to stand by the bar and watch the bar men...more