Fodor's Expert Review Spuntino
Moody Edison bulbs, bluegrass tunes, a popcorn machine, and only 27 seats make this Theaterland speakeasy one of the coolest spots in town. Once seated, settle in with a Brooklyn Manhattan cocktail and dive into truffled egg toast before moving on to deep-fried grits, softshell crab, buttermilk fried chicken, or mini-Yankee sliders. Don't overlook the glorious lobster mac 'n' cheese, and for dessert, go for a PB&J sandwich. Naturally, there's no phone, no reservations, and minimal signage, but that only adds to the speakeasy vibe.
61 Rupert St.
London, Greater London W1D 7PW, England
- Cult collection of ground beef and pulled-pork sliders
- Hipster speakeasy scene
- Home-brewed hooch and killer rare whiskies