The weirdest bars we came across in London in 2017

 
  • Ballie Ballerson is an adult ball pit with UV balls that glow in the dark.
  • The Bletchley is a spy-themed bar where you crack codes to get cocktails.
  • Alcotraz is a controversial prison-themed cocktail bar.
  • The Shochu bar transformed its ceiling into blossoming cherry trees.
  • Skylight is a car park roof turned into a bar with an ice rink.

 Some weird bars have opened in London in 2017. These are the quirkiest ones we found. 

 Ballie Ballerson is an adult ball pit with 1 million UV balls that glow in the dark. It launched as a pop-up but now has a venue in Shoreditch. 

 The Bletchley  is a spy-themed bar where you crack codes to get cocktails. Guests at  the bar use WW2 enigma machines to find their drink unique combination.  It's inspired by the Bletchley Park site where British intelligence used  to break German codes during WW2. 

 Alcotraz  is a controversial prison-themed cocktail bar where you have to smuggle  in your own liquor. You're "processed" by guards and wear an orange  jumpsuit. It's inspired by the prison in San Francisco. 

 ABQ  is a Breaking Bad-themed bar which is set up in an RV. Guests wear a  hazmat suit and "cook" their own drinks, which are served in flasks,  syringes, and other props. 

 The  Shochu  bar transformed its ceiling into blossoming cherry trees to celebrate  Japan's cherry blossom season. They used hundreds of pink flowers for  their decorations. 

 Skylight  at Tobacco Dock is a car park roof turned into a bar which boasts  incredible views of the City. This winter season they installed a  skating rink - the first on a roof in London. 

Produced by Claudia Romeo. Filmed by Claudia Romeo, Leon Siciliano, David Ibekwe, and Jasper Pickering.

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