London’s ‘worst’ kept secrets

Located on the prestigious Sloane Avenue, Barts is a speakeasy styled bar that stands apart from the other bars in London. Since its opening five years ago, the bar has instantly become the Chelsea institution with its ever increasing popularity. The bar is possessed and run by The Inception Group who are world famous for designing the unusual themes of their various venues. Based on Jules Verne’s immemorial novel ‘Around The World in 80 Days’ they have opened some great bars including Maggie’s in Chelsea in the 1980’s group, Mr. Fogg’s in Mayfair, Karaoke, in Battersea, the Victorian themed bar and Bunga Bunga, an Englishman’s Italian, Bar, Pizzeria. Among the list, Barts opened by adopting the speakeasy theme of America which has created a storm shortly afterwards in London.

The secret of Barts is associated with the actual hidden bars grown in the prohibited areas where many gangsters operate their secret acts out of their real apartments. Based on the theme it has been designed as an electric fake home that is belonged to a fictitious character Uncle Barts, the typical British gent who used to provide the great alibi for all happening to the address.