London is where all the cool kids are, so you can bet that there are some weird and wonderful things to do and see when you visit on a UK working holiday, including unusual bars. From quirky themes to drinks, here 3 of the most unusual London bars.
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The Mayor Of Scaredy Cat Town
Hidden behind an unassuming fridge door in The Breakfast Club in Spitalfields is this dimly-lit basement speakeasy. To gain entry, all you have to do is ask to see the Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town, and you’ll be on your way to cocktails and share plates of pulled pork sliders and salt and pepper calamari in no time.
This unique bar in Kensal Rise is also a shop front for the talented and creative in London. Cocktails are served in milk bottles or jam jars, and everything that isn’t nailed down is for sale. So you could come for a drink and leave with a work of art or new table. There’s also a kitchen with pop-up menus provided by temporary chefs.
Ladies & Gentlemen
If you’ve made a vow never to use public toilets, you might want to change your mind when you read about Ladies & Gentlemen. Located in a disused underground public toilet in Kentish Town, this small cocktail bar is all about the craft spirits, great staff and neighbourhood feel.