The Last Tuesday Society is London's Most Curious Cocktail Bar and Absinthe Parlour, hidden within the weird and wonderful world of Viktor Wynd's Museum of Curiosities. Directors Allison Crawbuck (Brooklyn) & Rhys Everett (London) joined together at the Society in 2016, bringing with them a mix of London's experimental cocktail scene and New York's speakeasy culture. Immerse yourself in their marvellous menu, riddled with hidden meanings and connections to be paired by you, the drinker, with artefacts found deep within the museum's collection. Explore the rarest and most prohibited alcohol from across the world. Surrender to their influences and allow the layers of our most charming reveal itself a bit further with each round.
Wednesday - Saturday 12PM-11PM
Both the cocktail bar & museum are closed Mondays.
There is no admission fee for the Cocktail Bar. Tickets to the Museum of Curiosities can be purchased on the day.
If travelling far for your visit without a reservation, please call to check availability before hand as the venue is sometimes hired out for private events & space is limited in our Museum/Cocktail Bar.
Minors are permitted in venue before 7:00pm only.
To reserve a table in our Cocktail Bar for large groups of 7+ guests, a £50 deposit will be requested to confimr your booking. This deposit will then be put towards your bar bill on the night.
The Sarcophagus Table seats up to 10 guests and is £75 to hire for the evening (6:30pm-10:30pm). Museum admission is included for all guests.
Private Hire of The 'Spare' Room can accommodate up to 17 guests seated/25 guests standing and is £150 to hire for the evening. £350 minimum spend will apply. Museum admission is included for all guests.
Join us for London's only L'Heure Verte: Absinthe Hour, in the true Belle Époque fashion every weekday 6pm-7pm.