Hate prolonged bar queues? You’ll have to wait even longer at a new spy-themed bar opening today, as you’ll only get your cocktail once you’ve burst some puzzles.
Bar-goers will have to test out their investigator skills for themselves using naught machines, desirous by Alan Turing and Sherlock Holmes.
Wannabe detectives will accept an agent name once they spin up at the subterraneous bunker, formed in Chelsea, London.
Each cocktail will be singular to visitors, and will be crafted once you’ve used World War II naught machines and puzzles to exhibit all to the mixologist – after the information’s been transmitted around radio.
Mixologists will work out your ideal splash formed on your personality, tastes and desires. These traits are then translated into a very imagination cocktail.
Over 7,000 people are now on the watchful list for The Bletchley, desirous by the code-breaking operations that went on at Bletchley Park.
As fans of The Imitation Game will know, code-breaker and mechanism colonize Alan Turing and his group helped to digest the Second World War by enormous the Enigma code at Bletchley Park.
Turing was postulated a post-mortem atonement by the Queen in 2013 for his rapist self-assurance of homosexuality.
The plcae of The Bletchley will not sojourn a mystery, but it is only suggested to visitors once they have booked tickets.
I’ll have my cocktail with a side of investigator work, please.
The Bletchley will open its doors today, 17 March, with tickets costing £30pp, including 3 drinks.
The bar will be open Tuesday – Wednesday 6pm-12am, Thursday – Saturday 6pm – 2am, Sunday 6pm-12am.
You can book tickets here.