3 Blind Mice Bar

Bar in Shoreditch
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8 / 10 from 2 reviews
5 Ravey Street
Nearest Station
Old Street
0.24 miles

Our wonderfully intimate basement bar continues to go from strength to strength, whilst remaining on the QT and very hush-hush.

The last few months have seen us host MOBO nominated DJs, the best artists on ‘before they get famous’ underground live music scene and a wide range of world renowned characters from the creative arts / music industry coming down to sample the unique vibe.

With the best spirits and beers from all over the world to tickle your taste buds, this unique little den of iniquity harks back to a simpler time when all anyone needed for a good night out was good drinks, smiles behind the bar and the best tunes you’ve never heard.

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All In London Review

There aren’t enough bars like this left in London

When you talk about secret bars or hidden gems, the first bar on everyone’s lips is Three Blind Mice Bar. Somehow this intimate cellar bar remains immune to Shoreditch’s homogenization and stays one step ahead of the hip crowd on the down-low.

Located below the unassuming calm of Ravey Street, Three Blind Mice is everything you’d expect of a place whose reputation is built on its music. An intimate bare-bricked space below ground is hardly big enough to comfortably seat a group of six, but that’s what its all about. Shoulder to shoulder, ear to ear – shouting over the music is a pastime you have to tolerate. Happy vibes beam around to the music - a mixture of jazzy grooves, reggae, hip-hop and anything else that’s got a little soul its heart. The crowd is filled with head nodders and although the space leaves little room for dancing, serious DJs have been known to grace the bar with their presence.

Frankly, there aren’t enough bars like this left in London and as much as it should stay (relatively) secret, everybody should pay a visit. They’re still serving Red Stripe in the can and rum by the bucket load and gentrification seems a long way off. Come for the best-established and up-and-coming DJs and leave happy alongside the hip undercover crowd.

Reviewed by T.A.O
Published on Feb 22, 2012

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Sep 24, 2013

You forget about places like Three Blind Mice from time to time and when you remember them you thank your lucky stars because it means you've got a good night coming up.

Dive bar/basement bar/music bar/reggae bar it's been called a lot of things. It's not such a secret, it's just so small that only about 30 people can visit at once. Excellent. And cheap spirits.
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