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officially London Cocktail Week so forgive us if we go a little overboard with the cocktail news and reviews. Last week we told you about Smatt’s Rum and Ice Cream shack and now we bring news of another pop-up. This time it’s the turn of Bourbon Whiskey Buffalo Trace, which has created a prohibition inspired pop up bar named The Buffalo Bourbon Empire.

Paying homage to the history of Buffalo Bourbon – it was 1 of only 4 distilleries in America to survive Prohibition – the pop-up comes complete with curtain-cloaked entrance, authentic American cocktails and conspicuous waiters donning spats and braces. Think Lawless but a little more glamorous.

Guests can get involved in tasting master-classes hosted by Master Blender Drew Mayville, go in a draw to win a trip to New York for 2, or try a range of Buffalo Trace signature cocktails (£4 for London Cocktail Week wristband holders or £7 without). What’s more the bar will be around for 3 whole weeks.

RSVP on the website below.

Mon 8th Oct – Fri 26th Oct, 5pm – 10pm
34 Tavistock Street, Opera Quarter, WC2