Bohemia is located on Meeting House Lane, a winding walk from the main road that we don’t recommend riding solo. As this humble bar first comes into view you’ll be struck by the simplicity of it all; an unassuming exterior with flickers of deep red light, alerting you to the naughtiness that might go down inside.
Exposed bricks, deep shades of velvet and an air of tainted glamour are what await you here. We recommend sitting at the impressive island bar in the room’s center, it’s quite something. Check out the impressive selection of spirits and Champagne that are stacked up above your head, it reminds BarChick of a jazz dive bar she went to in New York once, only classier. The cocktail list is decadent and unusual, we went for the smoked Old Fashioned.
Don’t neglect to check out the loos, with facilities like this it’s a wonder anyone ever leaves. Firstly the snake skin seats make us feel like Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen woz ere and the huge mirror that attaches famous actresses’ faces to your own when you look at it is a stroke of pure genius (and a little bit freaky).