Tippler's Treasures: Classic Cocktail Bars

Prosecco Cocktails at home with Tipple Box

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Have you visited these classic cocktail bars?

Each with their own unique style, serves and entry requirements, will you dare to discover these bars?

Prosecco Cocktails at home with Tipple Box

As the clocks go back, we're throwing back to all things retro in October so we thought we'd embrace the past with our favourite classic bars from across the UK. 

Each with their own unique style, serves and entry requirements, will you dare to discover these bars? 

Vintage Cocktail Club 

15 Crown Alley | Dublin | http://vintagecocktailclub.com/

This intimate experience is perfect for any occasion with its chic and comfortable vintage vibes and aesthetic transporting you to the golden age of speakeasies, aviators and silent movie starlets. The award-winning cocktail menu is not to be missed and is perfectly paired with delicious gourmet food. Ring the doorbell and join the club to immerse yourself in an exclusive cocktail and dining experience for strictly over 23s. With plenty more than just vodka, gin or whisky, the history of the cocktail awaits!

 

Hoot the Redeemer

7 Hanover Street | Edinburgh | http://hoottheredeemer.com/

You’ve been transported back the 1950s and find yourself at a vintage funfair in New Orleans. A fortune teller machine awaits your entrance into the speakeasy venue where you can step up to the claw machine to grab a fun flavour surprise to make a bespoke tipple at the bar. From boozy ice cream and slushies to time warp cocktails and a Punch and Judy DJ booth, this fun-filled throwback bar can’t be missed. It’s your turn to dive in and make your wish at Hoot the Redeemer!

WashHouse

Manchester | http://www.the-washhouse.co.uk/

Secrets never last. As those in-the-know about Manchester’s hidden WashHouse will know. The small bar, with a capacity of only 40, is so discreet that reservations in advance are required to enjoy a drink or two. With imaginative mixologists curating bespoke cocktails in a bar like no other,  get ready to search for the location in true speakeasy style. We can’t even reveal the address to you because we are sworn to secrecy!

 

Mr Fogg’s Residence

15 Brunton Lane | London | https://mr-foggs.com/residence/

Mr Fogg’s launched in Mayfair last summer and is modelled on the house in which Jules Verne’s famous adventurer Phileas Fogg lived, from his celebrated novel ‘Around the World in 80 Days. Mr Fogg’s is refined, but at the same time truly off-the-wall. Breathing liveliness and fun into Mayfair, visitors can encounter all the wonders of the world without stepping foot outside London. The walls are adorned with everything from stuffed Indian tigers and crocodiles to ornaments and annotated maps collected on Phileas’ travels. An open fireplace welcomes any weary traveller to its hearth and guests can gather around the piano for regular singalongs.

Hyde & Co

Upper Byron Place | Bristol  | https://hydeand.co/

Hidden on Clifton Triangle is Hyde & Co, Bristol’s original Prohibition Bar. Find the bowler hat to knock on the door and, if you’re lucky, you’ll get a seat at one of Bristol’s most exclusive bars. Recreating the Victorian style gentlemen’s club, complete with eclectic decor, Hyde & Co is widely regarded as one of the city’s best cocktail bars. Combining classic tales with ambitious creations, the cocktails are expertly crafted by a team of Bristol’s best bartenders. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time as soon as you set foot in the door!

 

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