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To the trains! Cahoots, London

I’m pretty fortunate to live in London at the moment, a city positively dripping with cocktail bars. Nine of the world’s 50 best bars are here in the city, and there’s an abundance of classic and new-style cocktail bars to choose from besides. Recently I’ve been making a concerted effort to get round as many as possible, as I might move away from London later in the year. Cahoots is a relatively new bar, which opened in early 2015 with a 1940s disused tube station theme. The idea is ‘the Blitz may be going on outside but we’re having an underground party down here,’ which is slightly questionable in theory but really fun once you get down there. It’s from the team who run Bunga Bunga, a (highly) tongue-in-cheek Italian restaurant and bar in Battersea, Maggie’s, the 1980s themed club in Chelsea, and the Mr Fogg’s Victoriana themed cocktail bars. If there’s a thread running through all of this, it’s dedication to a theme. These are high-concept venues, and that was definitely the case with Cahoots. You …