London’s Worship Street Whistling Shop closes

Wednesday 7 November 2018 12:00pm

Bar entrepreneurs Thomas Aske and Tristan Stephenson have closed their famous London bar Worship Street Whistling Shop, which will reopen as London Cocktail Club's latest location next month.

[caption id="attachment_705308" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Acclaimed London bar Worship Street Whistling Shop opened in 2010[/caption]

Aske and Stephenson, co-founders of bar consultancy Fluid Movement, announced the closure via the Shoreditch bar's Facebook page on Monday (5 November).

It also revealed that the Victorian-inspired bar is "in the safe hands" of late-night bar chain London Cocktail Club and its founder JJ Goodman.

In May last year, Aske and Stephenson opened Sherry bar Sack and cocktail bar The Devil's Darling in The Napoleon Hotel in Shoreditch, where basement bar Black Rock is also based.

Source: The Spirits Business