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.
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Sloane AvenueLondonSW3 3DW
Top 5 reviews of Barts
A speak easy type atmosphere in Chelsea on Sloane Ave. There is a door to knock on and slit that opens in the door. Fortunately I didn't have to say a password because I had no idea what it may have been.
Inside is smallish and colourful. There is a quite small outside portion which looked nice and a decent bar and inside portion. Drinks were typical London pricing and the crowd was a bit... 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
The cocktails were fantastic, the vibe is very old school, prohibition era, speakeasy feel - exactly what we were looking for - and the service was just what we needed, attentive but not overbearing. The cocktail menu, creatively designed into a comic book, includes wonderfully unique ingredients and concoctions. The story behind the place itself is definitely one worth hearing. A great spot... 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