The World’s First Breathable Cocktail in Borough Market

You had plans this weekend. Now you’re gonna change them and go to Alcoholic Architecture in Borough Market, London. See, you’ve done body shots, luges, beer bongs and all those are well and good but hell, that shit takes *effort*. What if you could get your buzz on by just schmoozing instead of boozing?

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Bompas and Parr have the solution for you and it’s one of the latest experiences they’ve cooked up in their mixology wheelhouse. Walk through the unassuming doors at Alcoholic Architecture and you’re greeted with a drink order and a house raincoat. Trust me, you’re gonna wanna throw on the plastic garbage bag over your J. Crew with what is coming next.

You step into a  glass room and are taken aback at the surrounding fog that envelops you. Its cool though, you’ve been to a late night Coachella set and know how to find a cutie in the mist. You start to mingle with the other poncho adorned patrons and soon enough you find yourself under a pleasant buzz. Yet you’re still nursing that G&T you strolled in with? What the hell? Well genius, while you’ve been fake laughing at that bombshell’s story about her cat you’ve been breathing in vaporized alcohol. Relative humidity is around 140 percent at Alcoholic Architecture meaning the alcohol droplets slurry around in the fog and get readily absorbed into any membrane you might have open at the time. Its pretty efficient and will give your liver it’s continued hiatus since the frat days; it’s absorbed directly into your bloodstream.

Are you going to get trashed at Alcoholic Architecture? Most likely not. Expand the mind a bit beyond the “bro” and forgo the swill you usually pound on a Friday/Saturday. Take in a little refined hedonism and besides, without a drink to hold, you can let that free hand wander through the miasma to find another. That’s a boss experience.

Alcoholic Architecture
1 Cathedral Street
Borough Market
London SE1 9DE

Opening Times:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 19.00 – 22.00
Thursday: 18.00 – 23.00
Friday: 16.00 – 23.00
Saturday: 12.00 – 23.00
Sunday: Closed

Tickets:
Book your tickets via billetto.co.uk