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An Alan Turing Code Breaking Bar is Coming to London
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An Alan Turing Code Breaking Bar is Coming to London

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Social Content Editor
Updated: 30 March 2017

When Alan Turing figured out how to crack those naughty Nazi messages during WWII, he probably didn’t think there would be a Bletchley Park-themed cocktail bar popping up in London yonks later. Think: Enigma machines, radio transmitters and a Sherlock-style escape room set in an underground gaff.

Launching mid-March in London’s Chelsea, cocktail fiends will be able to sit at a ‘cipher machine’, which generates codes to create ultra-cool cocktail recipes especially made for each tippler – and what’s even more impressive is that the bar staff are not allowed to reproduce a single one, as they are all unique! If you love souvenirs, you’re in luck, as you’ll be able to take your fancy cocktail recipe home. Huzzah!

Image from the bar

The brains behind the concept are the peeps that brought you the ABQ Breaking Bad Bar (we all know how cool that was) so expect it to be unique, cool and highly Instagrammable. Over 7,000 people are on the waiting list, so we suggest you get in there fast if you want to explore the underground bar for yourself.

The Bletchley opens this Friday, March 17. Tix are sold out for the first month, but you can add your name to the waiting list here!

Love kooky cocktail bars? Check out this awesome Breaking Bad-themed bar in East London!