Cahoots is Soho’s underground home that transports guests back in time to post-war 1940s to a disused underground tube station, where guests can enjoy bespoke cocktails, 1940s rationed snacks and regular entertainment with homages to the 1940s stars of the stage and screen.
Inspired from the era that saw Londoners take refuge in the underground, as stations were commonly used as air raid shelters during the war, Cahoots replicates the wartime British spirit with drinks and sing-alongs around the piano to boost morale.
Sit on reworked 1940s tube carriage seats and enjoy a drink or two from their extensive bar list. Classic cocktails, rum, gin and London ale are available in quirky mugs, hip flasks, vintage milk bottles and tins or share a Cahoots’ signature sharing cocktail ‘Meet Me Under The Station Clock’.
Look out for the underground sign on the ground floor of Kingly Court by the Beak Street entrance, where old-fashioned wooden escalators lead you downstairs to a stationmaster at the entry kiosk, who will issue you a ‘day ticket’ to the platform/tube carriage destination bar. Regulars of Cahoots will be rewarded with a special ‘season ticket’ with exclusive access to the bar.
Do you enjoy live music, drinks, and delicious sandwiches? Then you are going to love the Squiffy Picnic, every Saturday at Cahoots. For more information and to book tickets see HERE.