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Worship Street Whistling Shop

  • Shoreditch
  • After Work
  • ££££

Victorian gin palace with a cocktail lab out the back where new ad unusual drinks are dreamt up.

Information

Address
63 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2DU
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7247 0015
Opening Times
Mon-Tue 17.00-00.00
Wed-Thu 17.00-01.00
Fri-Sat 17.00- 02.00
Sun CLOSED

Reviews

  • The Nudge

    The Nudge Says…

    The Worship Street Whistling Shop: a quirky cocktail bar inspired by Victorian gin palaces and dram shops of old...With two private dining areas, one of which is modelled on an eighteenth century dram shop, a cocktail emporium (in which you can take a multi-sensory cocktail voyage), and with Purl’s reputation behind it, this is a must-visit.

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  • Esquire

    Esquire Says…

    The brainchild of the team behind Purl (one of London’s first speakeasy bars), this underground den – inspired by 19th century gin palaces – is fully furnished with an in-house lab, meaning everything from syrups to bitters, and even soft-drinks are homemade. Gin lovers are in for a treat as their Dram Shop has a generous selection of some of their favourite gin based cocktails, all wax sealed and stored for a month. All you have to do is pick one (and pay of course) and enjoy.

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  • Barchick

    Barchick Says…

    The drinks are mostly made in house, and they even have a lab. Ask nicely and they’ll show you what’s what. Fusions, blends, high pressure this, fermented that, it’s Blumentals for boozers in here. BarChick had about 6 Civility Cocktails, delicious, delicate, and dangerous as you can hardly taste the alcohol. The Panaca with all its sage dust was memorable, but since they make things fresh in house everyday, the cocktails will be forever tweaked and tested.

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