You can find the Worship Street Whistling Shop close to Old Street, in the heart of Shoreditch. Infusing the charm of Victorian slums with the elegance of grand Gin palaces, this atmospheric bar, emporium and dram shop exhibits its own very unique approach to the art of creating cocktails.
Think of it as a fairground ride of cocktail inhibition and a charismatic experience of drinking in a new wave of speak easy bars in London. But there's more to the Whistling Shop that just great cocktails - the craft beers and sparkling wine packs a hefty punch of its own, and there's two private experience rooms and some delectable food that needs polishing off.
The venue offers up a fantastic Dram Shop for bookings of up to 8 people, where you get your own little shop to drink in and a cupboard packed full of bottles of cocktails for you to sample. You pay your tab at the end which is a refreshing approach to drinking in London and contributes to the charm of this unique East London venue. The Whistling Shop has revellers all over the capital talking, we'd heartily recommend heading over and checking out what the fuss is about for yourself.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£7.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£24.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£70.00|
|Sample Drinks Menu||Download|
|Nibbles and Dram Menu||Download|
A word from the chef:
The venue offers a delectable Victorian food menu, including; Wood Pigeon, Fish and Chips, Game Terrine, Rabbit and Steaks plus many more delights.
I don't know about you, but I have always wondered what life was like in a by-gone era - it would be magical to smell the air, sample the food and absorb the atmosphere of a time that was simple yet beautiful in its elegance. Hence then, my...
Reply from Worship Street Whistling ShopHi, We do apologise for being closed over the weekend. A water supply pipe burst in our building due to the cold weather causing a flood in our venue. As a result, sadly we were not unable to open to the public. We did contact every booking we had via email and phone (leaving a voicemail when nobody picked up) to inform about the unfortunate situation and offer to relocate the booking in one of our sister bars around the corner. If you haven't received either a voicemail or an email, please trust we are very sorry about this and we invite you to get in touch with us at email@example.com to find out what happened and offer you a round on us. Apologies again, Team WsWs
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