We’ve had a lot of fun over the last two years making and shooting tasty things, but there has always been something missing. You can be surrounded by all the logs, loaded fries and crunch wraps in the world, but after a while, things start to feel lonely. What we really wanted was to move offline and into the real world. Now, that time has come.
We are proud to announce the launch of our first ever Twisted Bar Pop-Up in East London. Built off the back of our Twisted Bar Facebook page and following the successful debut of our Twisted London restaurant, the space will offer customers a collection of classic cocktails, all served with our signature twist.
Hidden away in a brand new, speakeasy setting underneath Absurd Bird, 54 Commercial Street, Shoreditch, this exciting opening gives guests the chance to get up close and personal with Twisted like never before. Drinks range from playful takes on cocktail bar staples, such as Lemon Drizzle G&T, Black Forest Negroni and a Cookies & Cream White Russian, to a selection a massive shares including an Apple Pie Sangria and Espresso Martini Cafetiere.
For the Instagram obsessed, the menu also features showstoppers such as our Colour-Changing Mojito and Taste the Rainbow Skittles Sour. To top it off, customers can order food fresh from Twisted London, including our legendary dirty vegan fries and deep-fried mac ‘n’ cheese balls. Nights out don’t get much more delicious.
All drinks cost £8.50, but there’s an added incentive for any East London early birds... From 5pm, drinks cost only £5.00, before going up £1 in price every hour until 8pm, when they return to normal price. The pop-up will also play host to a slew of big-name DJs throughout October, kicking off this evening with a set from Tiiny - Stormzy’s official DJ on 5th October. If ever there was an excuse to head to a bar straight after work, this is surely it.
Initially only open for a month, there’s a limited time frame if you want to try a few of the tricks that the Twisted Bar team have up their sleeve. Here’s hoping that this isn’t the last time we’ll be allowed to leave the kitchen. If you fancy a night out in East London with a twist, this pop up is the only place to be. We’ll see you there.