Opening in the heart of Soho this November, Cahoots have announced their newest bar experience, with a 1940s cocktail bar set in an over ground train station. Opening for business this autumn on Kingly Street, Soho, the well-respected Cahoots team have been working tirelessly to secure another astounding top-secret location.
The new space will expand over two levels offering two clearly distinctive spaces. Aptly named the Ticket Hall, the ground floor bar has formed inside a vintage ticket hall, transporting guests back to the 1940s by way of an old-school ticket window and repurposed station kiosk. A tasty array of dishes will be served throughout the day from 11am, before the space is transformed into a buzzing cocktail bar destination. Moving downstairs to a more hidden location, The Control Room boasts a myriad of technical equipment, once used to control the trains. Now a secret headquarters to broadcast pirate radio signals and codes to not only customers in the bar, but to their many secret outposts across the capital.
While the original Cahoots is famed for its life-size tube carriage, the Control Room will be the Scoundrel’s new worst kept secret.
Opening on 7th November 2019
Written by Jordan Crowley