8 unusual London bars you need to know about🍹🥂 Swipe to see all photos 👉. . . When the local boozer won’t cut it, take note of these Capital-based gems. . . 1. @cahootslondon Minimal chat, no Wi-fi, rogue accordion players – it’s probably for the best that TFL hasn't yet launched pop-up bars in the Underground. Besides, over at Cahoots in Soho’s Kingly Court, where vintage-styled tube carriages play host to late night parties and swing evenings. . . 2. @tradeunione1 - Sourdough pizza? Check. Florist? Check. Beard trimming? Check. Industrial slide for grown-ups? You bet. (St. Katherine's dock). . . 3. @byocuk or Bring Your Own Cocktail, is an old timey drinks den where you bring your own spirits and have a bartender mix them in front of you around faux casino tables. (Camden, Soho and the City). . . 4. @flightclubdarts cocktails, pizza and darts darts darts 🎯 this social drinking activity really gets the party started, a truly inclusive and fun bar that caters for all with different digital dart games (Shoreditch and Bloomsbury). . . 5. @tamesisdock this converted 1930s Dutch Barge is a neighbourhood bar found bobbing on the Thames around the Embankment and Vauxhall area. With regular live music, outdoor and indoor spaces and stunning views of Parliament and beyond. . . 6. @Plonkgolf Londons pop up crazy golf course bar is great fun for those wanting a cool activity to do whilst sipping a few Bev's and channeling your inner Rory (Walthamstow, Brixton, Battersea, Hackney Dalston). . . 7. @distilleryldn A gin hotel, located on swanky Portobello Road and offering different drinking experiences across four floors. Visit the working distillery, have bartenders pour directly from seven recoopered barrels of global spirits. . . 8. @bartslondon If you manage to uncover the entrance to Barts, just off Sloane Square, you’ll be treated to a world of playful décor, comic book menus, graffiti-clad classical artwork and flaming marshmallow garnishes. . . .