Uff Tea Warehouse – London Bridge

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Uff Tea Experience in Se1 is keeping it’s cards close to its chest.  The mystery adds to the intrigue surrounding this London Bridge located Tea Warehouse come bar where guests are asked to explore and participate.  Guests are also encouraged to dress appropriately for a 1930’s cocktail soiree.  The grand opening is Friday 15th November and following launch is open for a short period only. 

Here’s what we do know-

History – 1930’s Shanghai was a melting pot of international business. Traders, bankers and businessmen from all the major world powers were there. Rubbing shoulders with the growing Chinese bourgeoisie, and expat communities escaping from communist eastern Europe. In the international settlement clubs and bars catered to this sophisticated crowd, in a place that escaped the downturn of the great depression.

The Venue – Parties take place in the courtyard which is converted into a cabaret style live music venue, with tables and booths arranged around a stage, with bars, along with a private dining room.  Guests can expect to be entertained with live jazz, blues singers, comedy.   The bar will be serving a wide range of unique cocktails, champagne and international wines, beers & spirits.

Many more delights to be revealed at Uff Tea Warehouse, keep an eye on the website – http://uff-tea.com/

Opening hours 6.30pm- late, Mon- Saturday. For the immersive Uff Tea experience at the weekends, guest are asked to arrive promptly by 7.30pm.

2 Responses to Uff Tea Warehouse – London Bridge

  1. Lesley February 24, 2014 at 4:29 pm #

    I’ve been. It was not very good by comparison to other speakeasy’s, and very overpriced. I didn’t think the night matched with the promotional at all. I parted with over £130 on a so-so evening for two. We left feeling unimpressed and ‘ripped off’.

    • Natalie De Luca February 24, 2014 at 5:43 pm #

      Sorry to hear that Lesley, I thought the drinks were fairly standard prices for cocktails in London and thought the whole place had been done out rather well, from door staff to bar tenders. Which other speakeasy style places would you recommend, it would be great to give them a try.

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