Barts is a quirky speakeasy-style bar that has rapidly become a Chelsea institution since it opened in 2009. The venue is brought to life through an eclectic mix of prohibition era music, with regular live performances every week.
There is also a stylish Cuban-themed garden area at the back of the bar, which is especially popular throughout the summer months.
Venue Details & Map
Sloane AvenueLondonSW3 3DW
- +44 20 7581 3355
Top 5 reviews of Barts
Fun hidden speakeasy in Chelsea. We happened to stay at an AirBnB in the Chelsea cloisters which is how we discovered this. The atmosphere is very fun and Laid back but with a drink selection that is very top class. On the higher end of prices,
But not enough to break the bank. Worth a visit for sure. more
The theme of this bar is really fun! We booked a table and the invite was great. It really sets the mood! It was a bit hard to find which comes in line a bit with the theme of the bar. We ordered a mad hatter which looked amazing and was yummy. It's a good amount for 6 ppl to share. I also had a yogi bear cocktail which was good. This place is expensive.. So beware.
Bart's has a loud music... more
This is a small, fun, kitschy speakeasy with a 20's gangster theme. The decor is a mix of oddities but charming. The menus are done in as a 50's comic book, telling the story oh "Uncle Bart's" escape from Capone's Chicago to Chelsea. A nice touch.
The drinks were inventive and fun, some with wildly creative presentations. They are expensive as you might imagine, but no more than you'd expect... more
Nice little hidden speakeasy in Chelsea Cloisters. Quick knock on the door and giving the password you enter a very dark ecletic room with a cozy seating area. The menu is housed in a comic book with a vast array of cocktails to choose from. The majority of the drinks are 13 pounds which are a bit pricey but the drinks are worth it. This is the place to go if you do not mind getting a unique... more
Cool little speakeasy bar inside the Chelsea Cloisters. You think you are going inside a private apartment building at first and we had to ask at the reception for directions, but it is down the hall with a small sign. Once past that door you enter a small entrance with directions on how to get into the bar. A women pulled open a hatch and we were able to get in without a reservation. It was... more