THE CHELSEA SPEAKEASY

A DESTINATION SPEAKEASY HIDDEN IN THE HEART OF CHELSEA

Be transported back to the Prohibition Era.  The Chelsea Speakeasy is a hidden SPEAKEASY within 333 Fulham Road. Shhh – don’t tell the coppers nor, curtain twitcher Mrs Grundy. The atmosphere is that of a prohibition den, with jazz softly playing in the background, candle lights and a prohibiting cocktail list.

The Chelsea Speakeasy Drinks
Our expert team of mixologists have curated a list of original signature and classic cocktails and mocktails with a seasonal twist. We also offer a range of hand-selected wines and Champagne for every occasion. 

The Chelsea Speakeasy for Private Hire
Our SPEAKEASY at The GOAT Chelsea, London is available for exclusive hire. This beautiful and sultry setting accommodates up to 25 seated guests or 45 for standing drink receptions. With its own private bar and ability to share your own playlist, our Speakeasy is a unique venue to hire and be transported back to the speakeasy era. Find out more about hiring this stylish Chelsea Speakeasy.

To get the entry code call us on 020 3750 2594

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PROHIBITION DRINKS

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OUR SPEAKEASY SECRET EVENTS

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OUR SPEAKEASY DECOR

For over 350 years, The Goat has offered refreshing beer and food at 333 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London. It is steeped in history which is reflected in it’s decor.

In our hidden Speakeasy, the ceiling wallpaper creates the illusion of ornate carvings and on one wall a mural depicts a landscape inspired by paintings by George Morland, who painted the original Goat in Boots sign.

George Morland (1763 – 1804) was an English painter known for his rustic scenes of farms and hunting; smugglers and gypsies; and landscapes inspired by the Dutch Golden Age. His paintings became extremely popular and he was much imitated and forged. In 2022, George Morland’s painting Roadside Inn (1790) was on display in the Tate Gallery’s Walk Walk Through British Art: 1780–1810 exhibition.

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OUR SECRET SPEAKEASY

 Shhh – don’t tell the coppers nor, curtain twitcher Mrs Grundy. Be transported back to the Prohibition Era in our secret Speakeasy