Discover Cahoots Underground: a post-war cocktail bar in Soho, London
Nestled in the heart of Soho, you will find Cahoots Underground. A cocktail bar which offers a unique, fresh and fun experience in Central London.
On arrival, ask for the ‘Captain’ and you will be led down a tiled wall staircase into a post-war underground station.
Once inside, you will be greeted by period costumed hosts. With their characters nailed and wide smiles in tow. They will lead you to your table within the disused underground station. You may even be lucky enough to be seated within one of the train carriages!
The themed menus are presented as styled newspapers. Take your time and discover lots of sumptuous cocktail specials with an English twist.
Nibble on popcorn from wartime tins and listen to swing, jazz and Lindy Hop aplenty as you await your drinks. Be sure to take the time to soak up the experience in this moody lit playground.
So, what did I think of Cahoots Underground?
This 1940s-themed bar is certainly enchanting, albeit slightly pricy. Saying this, it is worth the ‘step back in time’ experience and sticks to its theme with finesse.
Cahoots Underground makes an excellent date night with your significant other, family or closest friends.
On select nights, there is even live entertainment at Cahoots Underground. Expect piano singalongs, live music and post-war enthusiast DJs.
It can get busy, so if you plan to head there on the weekend, do book ahead.
You can also discover their sister bars in London, Cahoots Ticket Hall and Cahoots Control room.
Have you been to Cahoots Underground before? What’s your favourite cocktail bar in central London?