Alice jumped into the rabbit hole, and Harry Potter walked through the wall to get on the platform. Adventures happen to those who look closely at things than others. If you are careful, you will be able to discover the hidden bars and cafes of London.
The best hidden cafes and restaurants in London
Candid Café. This place is located next to Angel Station. In Candid Cafe a wooden floor in a rustic style and a huge table in the middle of the hall. You can comfortably set up on soft sofas and view works of art under the soft light of candles. The kitchen here is Mediterranean. A great place to meet friends or read a book.
Candid Cafe, 3 Torren Street, London, UK
Grenadier. Grenadier was built in 1720 and first was called Officers Mess for The First Royal Regiment of Foot Guards. But after the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, the pub changed its name. In this small cozy establishment you can drink ale or warm mulled wine. The food here is traditional for pubs and very tasty.
Grenadier, 18 Wilton Row, London, UK
Wilton's Music Hall. Wilton's Music Hall is the oldest music hall in London. The excellent architecture of the building makes it not only a space for opera, but also a cultural heritage of the city. In the first half of the 18th century there was a pub here, which was later converted into a concert hall. By the end of the XIX century, the building became dilapidated, and only in 2004, after numerous reconstructions, it was finally opened for visits. There are also historical Mahogany Bar and Cocktail Bar with wonderful music and delicious food. A great place for those who want to spend an evening nicely.
Wilton's Music Hall, 1 Graces Alley, London, UK
Barts. Barts is safely hidden in Chelsea on Sloane Avenue. Go through the reception along the corridor - and find yourself in Wonderland. In this institution there are old paintings, cuckoo clocks and stuffed animals. This is a quaint but elegant salon with delightful cocktails and musical compositions of the 1920s. Every week you can enjoy live music here.
Barts, 87 Sloane Avenue, London, UK
Looking Glass Cocktail Club. Looking Glass Cocktail Club has candles and old leather sofas instead of chairs. But the most important thing is the cocktail card of the institution. The cocktails are wonderful. The club has art exhibitions, live music and DJs.
Looking Glass Cocktail Club, 49 Hackney Road, London, UK
Ziferblat. Ziferblat is a coffee house in which guests pay not for food and drinks, but for their stay. Here you can drink tea or coffee and eat biscuits at the expense of the institution. Usually in such cafes they play table games, attend master classes, study and even work.
Ziferblat, 388 Old Street, Shoreditch, London, UK