Hidden Bar Tours

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Tour company in Melbourne which specialises in blending history tours with hidden bar tours. All the culture and history of a walking tour, and the fun of hidden bar tour.


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Hidden Bar Tours   Published by: https://drinkinghistorytours.com/

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Once in a while, it's always good to find your new favorite bar or pub that's quite under the radar, tucked away from the crowds, and provides something special from your regular meeting for a beer with friends. Or maybe you're visiting London and are eager to skip London's tourist trap bars and restaurants, and are keen to find some of London's underground bars to make your journey unforgettable. Do you want to learn more? Visit Hidden Bar Tours

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I'm actively searching for fresh, thrilling and exclusive bars around London and now I've chosen to share with the public those exclusive bars. In Shoreditch , maybe my favorite spot in Town, I'll start looking at the streets and stumble across the fresh and cutting-edge. When you took a ride down Curtain Lane, you will definitely not be conscious of the presence of Ninety Eight Bar and Lounge, because there is no sign and it is in a basement accessible by a circular staircase conveniently hidden away from the main path. As you climb the spiral staircase, you'll be completely blown away by the NinetyEight Bar's beautiful atmosphere, interior design consisting of the owner's designs and inspiration, which is a funky, vibrant cocktail bar with tasty cocktails! A grand piano is set at the rear so you can witness a live performance if you're fortunate.

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Staying in Shoreditch , another underground bar awaits discovery. If you're fortunate enough to locate Callooh Callay than you'd be humming with the spakeasy period bar of this 1920's. Search a little deeper and you can find the Jub Jub Sign, a secret button. A recent mine discovery was on Charlotte Lane, an place known as Fitzrovia or Noho , and I found this underground bar in London pure luck. It is renamed Shochu , and concealed under the great Japanese Roko restaurant. It is a small, trendy basement cocktail bar and has an feel to it that will touch the degree of coolness in Manhattan. The music is good enough to keep you taping your foot, but it also produces an environment where you feel like you're in a special location and you have to keep your eyes open to the lovely clientele and even the occasional celebrity I notice! Have a look at Bar Tours Melbourne to get more info on this.  

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  The Arts Theatre Club is a secret treasure in Soho's center for something unique and a bit special. It is influenced by all the theater material, which is inside you for the thespian! It's a salute to the theater community, with memorabilia from all sorts of plays, but surprisingly the beverages are good and really moderately priced, drinkonomic , I'd add, so it's in line with the broad London ban craze. First of all, my first underground London bar is in Mayfair. Automat bar is a cool epitome, deservedly under the radar and shockingly unique. Entry to this one would be a struggle, but it's likely, and once inside you'll sound like you're part of the London A-list crowd! This adopts the inimitable theme of New York which is grim, moody which brooding, I feel like I was in a movie while sitting back in a booth sipping on my grim and stormy! If you wish to learn more about this, visit Best Bar Tours Melbourne

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  Summary: Tour company in Melbourne which specialises in blending history tours with hidden bar tours. All the culture and history of a walking tour, and the fun of hidden bar tour.   Visit this site to learn more: https://drinkinghistorytours.com/

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