Posted on 17th September 2014

Dungeon Drinking

Dungeon Drinking

If you’re always on the lookout for the next ‘underground’ scene then we have found exactly that, quite literally. You can spend the night behind bars in one of the nine grade-II listed Vaults at Voltaire that make up the super-exclusive underground drinking den. A penitentiary theme runs throughout, with your own personal guard on hand to mix and muddle your cocktails or roll a cigar, should it take your fancy.  

With the largest variety of Pommery champagne in London – it comes not only by the bottle but also in a selection of delicious cocktails (I’d recommend Cherry Pick) – and a humidor housing the best cigars around, the Vaults at Voltaire can’t help but impress. And if you’re looking for something to soak up the alcohol, there’s also an incredibly tempting selection of edible refreshments on offer. Voltaire’s migliore assortis sounds positively dreamy (mini brûlée with raspberry tuile décor, chocolate tart, hazelnut torte & chocolate tuile) and it’s all delivered to the comfort of your own vault – you really needn’t lift a finger.  

The Vaults are available for private hire, with each one holding between 2-12 ‘prisoners’ making them the perfect setting for a night of fun. And with an individual iPod dock in each vault, allowing you to choose the soundtrack to your evening, we really think of a more desirable place to be ‘locked up’. 

www.voltairebar.com

Voltaire Cocktail Bar & Vaults

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