17-19 Great Windmill St, W1D 7JZ
3:00AM - 05:30AM
Henderson’s speakeasy remains faithful to its mysterious allure, maintaining a hidden and discreet ambience reminiscent of the prohibition era. Tucked beneath The Windmill Soho Theatre, accessing this elegant speakeasy requires descending an intriguing staircase.
Henderson’s speakeasy is an intimate black room with small picture frames and vintage white photographs. Despite its cosy atmosphere, it provides ample space to accommodate various forms of entertainment and live music performances, boasting fifteen tables for its exclusive guests.
Reserved for Henderson’s carefully selected members and London’s elite, the tables epitomise sophistication. Additionally, Henderson’s features a cigar room that attracts Soho’s most refined and discerning crowd.
There is never a dull moment at Henderson’s speakeasy. However, it should be noted that Henderson’s Soho maintains a laid-back vibe. A night at Henderson’s is genuinely eventful between dancing, socialising with London’s high society, and enjoying captivating burlesque performances.
Henderson’s by The Windmill Soho primarily plays house music, with the in-house DJ spinning enticing mixes for the crowd unless an exceptional live performance occurs.
The dress code at Henderson’s by The Windmill Soho is smart and elegant, aligning with the club and restaurant standards. Patrons are kindly requested to dress appropriately, avoiding sportswear, beachwear, and hoodies.
Henderson’s by The Windmill Soho operates during the following hours: Thursday to Saturday, from 2:00 AM until 6 AM.
Henderson’s Soho speakeasy is an exclusive and invite-only establishment. Its sensitive nature further adds to its allure, captivating the curiosity of those seeking an extraordinary and hidden hotspot.
At Henderson’s there are two types of tables, The Standard and The VIP. For mixed groups the first one has a price of £1000 minimum spend for groups of up to 10 people, and the VIP is £1500 minimum spend for groups of up to 10 guests.
At Henderson’s by The Windmill Soho, a smart dress code is in effect for all guests, similar to the club and restaurant dress codes. The establishment requests that patrons dress elegantly while avoiding common fashion mistakes such as sportswear, beachwear, and hoodies.