Evans & Peel Detective Agency
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This is a unique place that looks like an old speakeasy with a detective theme. There is no sign outside the door, so it may be difficult to find, but that's part of the fun. Don't expect too much of the food, keep in mind that you are there for the unique experience and the cocktails!;)
Get ready to have an insane story for the detective here! This is a speak easy full of character. Great cocktails!
Secret little speakeasy cocktail bar hidden behind the pharmacy facade on Devonshire Road. Small, dark and definitely a bit different with innovative cocktail menu. Booking ahead recommended for weekends.
Evans and Peel Detective Agency is a speakeasy bar and restaurant in Earls Court that serves up a 1920's prohibition drinking and eating experience. Find your way to the secret Entrance on Earls Court Road where you will meet the detective in the agency room before gaining entrance to this unique…
“Open since 1954, the pub has a 114-cover ground floor restaurant, a 132-capacity club, and a 20-seat wine bar, plus two self-contained flats, and office, garden, and extra storage. It has developed a reputation as a host venue for stars including the first UK shows of Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Jimi Hendrix, and other more modern acts such as Adele and Ed Sheeran. It also welcomed Rolling Stones bandmembers Mick Taylor and Ronnie Wood, when they played a “secret” gig together there in 2013. SW5 9JA”
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