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Type: Bar, Lounge
"Callooh! Callay!" was an exclamation of pure joy and celebration in Lewis Carroll's nonsense poem the Jabberwocky, and a well-deserved utterance on stepping foot in this bar. The name is taken... Read More
"Callooh! Callay!" was an exclamation of pure joy and celebration in Lewis Carroll's nonsense poem the Jabberwocky, and a well-deserved utterance on stepping foot in this bar. The name is taken from the Lewis Carroll's poem the Jabberwocky, as is this bar's fabulous sense of playfulness. The antique pictures frames, old gramophones, strange light fittings and a cassette tape menu card give it an eclectic vibe, but it gets truly surreal when you pass through the wardrobe door into the secret back bar. The only thing they do take seriously here are the drinks, with some of the best and most inventive cocktails in the area.
65 Rivington Street
London, EC2A 3AY
- Sun-Wed: 6pm-Midnight
- Thu-Sat: 6pm-1am
- No Cover Charge
- Best for East London's Best Cocktail Bars Because: The secret upstairs room plays host to a range of the world's best bartenders, so you never know what you'll get a taste of.
- Best for East London's Best Speakeasy-Style Bars Because: Famous for its through-the-wadrobe back bar, they also have a secret upstairs bar, where a range of different pop ups take the helm.