What they say:
Billed as a return to vintage glamour, Shebeen is a sophisticated speakeasy that still radiates the devilish side of the prohibition era. Kentish Town has been looking for a bar like this, snug and cosy, yet oozing cool. With the use of three former Victorian prison cells, converted into luxurious private booths the vibe is made even cooler. With private booths (seating 6-8) available to hire all week, this could be a great place to chill out and catch up with friends; on top of that the whole bar is available to hire Sundays and Mondays, arguably the perfect place for that party you were planning.
With excellent table service and delightful cocktails served up by their mixology-trained cocktail barman Steve, Shebeen is definitely turning heads. Also with these expertly made cocktails being priced at £6.50, they also represent good value for money aswell, espescially when they are 2-4-1 every night from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
What we say:
We are never adverse to a bit of trendy glamour and Shebeen is no different; with a great decor and layout this place looks a real find in lovely Kentish Town. In particular the three converted Victorian police cells; The Snug, The Nook and The Cranny, look great and would be perfect for a little rendezvous with friends or someone more special. With the Kentish Canteen restaurant upstairs you are in for a great evening out, ending with cocktails in Shebeen. Their spirit and beer selection is great, with some nice twists on some traditional classics aswell; and with their 2-4-1 deals running in the early evening all week long, you can't go wrong. A charming venue that we think will leave visitors smitten, Shebeen is a basement bar that needs to be unearthed.