Hidden above the popular Bedroom Bar on Rivington Street, NOLA was recently voted one of the best cocktail bars in the world.
The interior fuses 1940s glam with romantic influences from the Wild West to great effect; creating a cool, striking vibe that will have you coming back time and again. Serving up food from brunch through to dinner and inventive cocktails till late, we sure as hell hope Ofsted don't cotton onto this one.
We haven't even mentioned the Michelin-standard food and award-winning cocktails... Draped with wicker masks, brass icons and even featuring giant maypoles (Maypole Dancing actively encouraged), Hand of Glory boasts an interior design to behold.
The Dead Dolls House pad in Islington hosts quite the spread of unique bars to sup, dine or dance in for a bit of contemporary cool partying. Grab one of their rotating ‘deadly ciders’, sample some home-infused gin and gorge on a plate of fresh, lovingly prepared pub grub.
London is fortunate enough to host several of the most unique, weird and wonderful bars in world, ranging from secret speakeasy dens to rooftop palaces.
Whether it's taxidermy or immersive experiences, fire-spitting bartenders or just the downright outrageous - you're spoiled for choice in the capital.
So in no particular order, here are the best cool and quirky bars in London! Located beneath Bishopsgate, WM Baker & Co is an underground bar with a difference.
The interior of the bar is intimate and pared back, with exposed walls, dark wood tables and low lighting, you will feel as though you stumbled upon a secret den.
Cocktails are a work of art and a lot of craftsmanship goes into creating each drink; there's also a great toastie menu to soak up your drinks.
Being a cool and quirky bar in London seems to come oh so easy to a venue like The Bootlegger.