Traditionally, speakeasies were places for illegal boozing that came to prominence during the Prohibition era in 1920s America. But ever since, they have taken on a mythical status: teacups brimming with gin, suave jazz musicians and a glitzy, retro dress code.
New is old news. It’s all about the retro as we revisit the days of America's Prohibition era in London's best speakeasy bars.
Our capital is brimming with elusive bars hidden behind unmarked doors and unassuming entrances. They invite those in the know to intimate yet raucous evenings. Join us as we sip cocktails from teacups, peruse menus hidden in books and soak up some jazz.
The Luggage Room first opened it’s secret black door in 2013. Since then it’s been a rip-roaring ride through the history of drinks, staying true to the origins of classic cocktails, but always with a wry glance sideways - and a healthy dose of irreverence. The Luggage Room invites us to step down into Mayfair’s Best Kept Secret, and discover what the quiet fuss is all about.
So, dust off your dancing shoes and dig out your map as London invites you into an underground world of illicit drinking.
Your host will meet you outside the venue and you will enter via knocking the door! Very exclusive...
Please note, this establishment requests no trainers please, smarti(sh) dress recommended.