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Moonshine Minnie’s: Shoreditch’s newest speakeasy

PUBLISHED: 16:25 12 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:30 12 March 2018

Moonshine Minnie's is Shoreditch's newest speakeasy

Moonshine Minnie's is Shoreditch's newest speakeasy

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Any body who is anybody will soon walk through the door of The Blues Kitchen’s new basement venue, opening at the end of March

Rumours are a-buzzin’, stories by the dozen… a new speakeasy is opening in Shoreditch at the end of the month.

Opening its doors on March 29, Moonshine Minnie’s is the new basement makeover at The Blues Kitchen on Curtain Road. Giving the space a major overhaul, there’s a new drinks menu focused around whisky, with twists on the old classics: Sazerac, Scotch Manhattan and a Bourbon Sidecar.

The music is set to be an all female soundtrack, celebrating the best of the last 70 years in R&B. Expect Etta James, Janice Joplin, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Koko Taylor in playlists curated by The Blues Kitchen radio host Liam Hart.

The décor is a combination of stained Yorkshire Church glass panels, rope panelling and murals by Portuguese graffiti artist Vhils, who used reclaimed prison doors as a canvas for his signature carving.

Moonshine Minnie’s will be open Wednesday to Saturday from 5pm

134-146 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3AR

theblueskitchen.com/shoreditch

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