The immersive Soho cocktail bar is throwing a Celtic-inspired knees up, complete with whiskey cocktails, Guinness, and live entertainment.
- Cahoots, 13 Kingly Street, Kingly Court, London,, London, W1B 5PG
This St. Patrick’s Day, Cahoots, will transport guests back to the swingin’ 1940’s with Ceilidh knees-up entertainment and a daring illicit cocktail menu of Roe & Co Irish whiskey concoctions.
The popular Soho underground cocktail bar, which is set in a disused tube station from the 1940s, has teamed up with Roe & Co to offer a one-of-a-kind drinking experience to guests looking for a smashing way to celebrate the Irish national day.
Innovative cocktails will include The Irish Toucan, a combination of Roe & Co Irish whiskey, homemade Guinness syrup, green apple cordial, garnished with a four-leaf clover foam. Also on the menu will be a cocktail made to look like a pint of Guinness, the Black Custard made with coffee-infused Roe & Co Irish whiskey mixed with Grant Brulot Coffee liqueur, vanilla syrup and topped with a Philadelphia cream cheese foam, a splash of Guinness, and cacao.
Cahoots, a venue inspired by true events that took place in post-war Britain, will bring the era’s illicit and nocturnal escapades back to life with a live performance on the platform from Miss Alice Keys who will be playing Celtic tunes on the piano, whilst accompanied by an Irishman on a fiddle, from 9pm -11pm.
Of course, a St Paddy’s day celebration wouldn't be complete without plenty of Guinness flowing, so Cahoots will have plenty available for the traditionalists at the station.