The Last Tuesday Society is up there with the best cool and quirky bars the UK. The theatrical cocktail parlour is dabbling in all things fantstical with its menu of strange spirits. But why take our word for it? Go for the absinthe hour and sample some heady libations for yourself.
10 Unusual Bars You Can’t Miss in 2021
This fair land of ours? It's rampant with peculiar underground taverns, kooky cocktail haunts and offbeat watering holes. And don't even get us started on the drinks. We've scoured up and down the coastline to find the most unusual bars in the UK where tin can tipples and cloister-brewed beers are all the norm.
Step through a barbershop mirror and into a cool cocktail oasis at ONE EIGHT SIX, a secret bar in Manchester. Playing host to a regular lineup of soul musicians and DJs throughout the week, the live music spot is also well-known for its selection of hella potent concoctions.
Where to begin with this one. Inspired by Mary Shelley's iconic novel, Frankenstein / Bier Keller is the place to go for ghoulish decorations, cheap cocktails and a wild night out in Edinburgh. It also cooks up an eclectic menu of Sottish-American grub, including haggis fritters and juicy wings.
Based on looks alone, German Kraft Brewery Mayfair is turning up trumps when it comes to unusual bars in London. Located in a fabulous food hall, the beer pros have taps within the historic church's crypt and on the altar itself, where they're pouring speciality hops and pints produced on-site.
One of Manchester's most beloved party spots, Albert's Schloss had to be on our list of quirky places to drink in England. The underground beer palace is plying punters with hop-filled steins and tasty cocktails before welcoming an Oompah band onto the stage to get the shenanigans underway.
Church - Temple of Fun is keeping punters on their toes with its own mega on-site arcade. Whether you're here to play on retro consoles, try out some of the vegan food or just fancy taking in the Sheffield bar's quasi-religious decor, you're guaranteed a good time.
An unorthodox wine bar within an actual car park, Amy Austin is a haven for both you and your furry friends. The dog-friendly Dublin hangout is shaking things up with its selection of on-tap vinos, whilst it's seasonal food menu and zany interiors won't fail to please.
Searching for the UK's most unusual bars? The Oracle in Liverpool is a strong contender, combining 18th century decor with stunning libations. To top it all off, the Duke Street speakeasy has magicians going from table to table to add a little enchantment to your night.