Cellar Door hosts live music performances, cabaret and burlesque shows in an intimate setting, plus occasional DJ nights.
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Zero AldwychLondonWC2E 7DN
- +44 20 7240 8848
Top 5 reviews of Cellar Door
This is where I had the most fun in London. This is the place that truly equalizes people. This is the place where the entertainers are in control, where there's no weird dynamic of boys chasing up girls, it's a place equally fitting for a loud crowd and a couple on a date. Equal fitting for a first date or 10-year-anniversary date. From my experience. No matter who you are, what you are,... more
I had a fantastic time here. The interior was intimate and the musician, whose name was most likely Paul, kept us entertained all night. Drinks were delicious. Things got a bit pricey between the 10% service fee and the 10% late night live entertainment fee and who knows how many drinks we bought for the other table, but it added up to a great night in London. more
Quirky little bar right on the edge of Covent Garden. Tiny basement room with lots of atmosphere. We enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine with a carton of popcorn - nice touch! Live entertainment started just after we arrived at 9.30 and made the visit quite special. Not cheap but worth a short stay. more
I'm not sure how this place got so many good reviews. I guess it's my fault, I am just not into cabaret shows, as I saw other people enjoying.
The place is small, however the mirrors make it seem larger than actual.The cocktails are really good, but pricey.
Everyone got free popcorn on their table, which was good actually.
If you are planning to visit the place - make a reservation in... more
Despite my friends and I walking past the entrance at least six times (it's not the location's fault, a subway entrance with brilliant purple lights and neon signs make it hard to miss and we were too busy looking up instead of straight ahead) we had a wonderful first night in London thanks to this venue. It was a drag show night, and the lovely queen pictured (I forget her name) sang... more