Cahoots bar in London, a bar which looks like an empty tube carriage.
Cahoots bar. Image courtesy of Cahoots.
Travel back in time at this 1940s-style cocktail bar in Soho - one of London’s quirkiest drinking spots.


Keep calm and carry on at Cahoots!

Inspired by an era when Londoners took 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.

Where did the term in Cahoots come from?

Nightly parties continued after the war in abandoned tube stations, known as cahoots, to which the London cocktail bar takes its namesake.

Where is the Cahoots bar?

Cahoots is located near Regent’s Street in central London. The bar is divided in three unique spaces across two parallel buildings, with two different entrances on Kingly Court and Kingly Street.

How do you get to Cahoots London?

Cahoots is a five-minute walk from either Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus tube stations, accessible by Piccadilly, Victoria or Central lines.

What’s on the Cahoots cocktail bar menu?

Expect to drink from flasks, vintage milk bottles and tins. Pick from classic cocktails and post-war favourites, to black market liquor and themed cocktails to share. Enjoy a Signal Failure gin cocktail, served alongside nibbles such as platform pastries, toasted treats and rations to share, including ham grenades and chunky chips.

If you’re feeling peckish, grab a bite at one of the many restaurants in Kingly Court or explore some of the best Soho restaurants.

Venue Details & Map


13 Kingly Court
+44 (0)20 7352 6200

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