Break the Code to Get to The Bletchley Bar

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Neelam Varia by | Posted on 30th January 2017
Break the Code to Get to The Bletchley Bar

The concept of The Bletchley bar was inspired by Alan Turing, Sherlock Holmes and Bletchley Park, which acted as a base for codebreakers during WWII and was run by the Government Code and Cypher School. The Bletchley on the other hand, will act as a base for imbibing. It’s from the same team behind The Bunyadi, London’s first naked restaurant; ABQ, the bar inspired by Breaking Bad; and Annie’s Owl Cafe, so you can expect something quite whacky!

At the bar, guests operate an ‘Enigma Machine’ which decrypts their personality, taste, desires and odour preferences. The code is then transmitted via a radio system to mixologists who create a cocktail out of the received information. So basically turning your entire personality into a cocktail? Sounds good to us. Plus, since the cocktail is tailored exactly to you, the recipe will never be used again.

www.thebletchley.co.uk


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