Walk down Seal Street until you come across a green light, and soon you’ll be dreaming of nothing but absinthe. Climb the stairs into this attic lair and take a seat at the bar, or settle into a game of antique Snakes & Ladders at a welcoming table. The bar emits a green glow with its lights, creeping ivy and candles, and the blackboard to your left will alert you to what your glass will hold. You’re here to drink absinthe, so let the bartenders take you by the hand and lead you to the green fairy. The serve is Parisian and beautiful; let the iced water drip over the sugar cube balanced on the spoon and into the green liquid. You’ll be mesmerised as the drops fall. The taste is acquired, if you’ve had too many Sambuca shots at uni then you might want to stick to the cocktail menu where the La Fee rinse on the Sazerac will be easier to bear. Danced a little too closely with the green fairy? Ask them to make you a coffee – it’ll help you back down the stairs and to curb those hallucinations.