Common questions

Can you just walk into the alchemist?

Can you just walk into the alchemist?

We’re always good for walk ins. If we’re fully booked you can always step into the bar, but we do advise you book in advance for larger parties.

How many Alchemist bars are there?

We have five magnificent venues in different locations across the city. Wherever you are, you can experience our ‘theatre-served’ world of molecular cocktail madness to revel in the allure and splendour of this vivacious city.

How do I get to the Alchemist?

The nearest stations to The Alchemist are:

  1. Duke’s Place (A) is 92 meters away, 2 min walk.
  2. Wormwood Street (W) is 220 meters away, 3 min walk.
  3. Wormwood Street (Y) is 239 meters away, 4 min walk.
  4. Fenchurch Street (T) is 262 meters away, 4 min walk.
  5. St Katharine Cree City Of London (W) is 270 meters away, 4 min walk.

Which drinks smoke at the Alchemist?

Smokey Old Fashioned. You can’t argue with a traditional Old Fashioned – simple and boozy. Of course at The Alchemist they put on show when serving this drink. Woodford reserve whisky, maple syrup, Jerry Thomas Bitters, the smoke of charred oak chips, and a large ice ball!

What is the main point of the Alchemist?

The constant theme in The Alchemist is to pursue your dreams by following what your heart desires. During the young boy’s journey, he learns to listen to the heart and to follow the language of omens.

How much does the alchemist cost?

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Print List Price: $16.99
Kindle Price: $11.99 Save $5.00 (29%)
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers Price set by seller.

Does The Alchemist do bottomless brunch?

And now our world of theatre served is transforming. Embrace the sunlight feels with the latest reinvention of our bottomless brunch in London. Or opt for our boundless brunch (no brainer) to make your drinks unlimited for an extra £10. Head on down between 10am-2pm every weekend.

What is the lab at The Alchemist?

The Lab is a Gothic style bar that makes full use of the historic features of The Grand with exposed brickwork and 18ft ceilings covered in a canopy of lights. The very dramatic interior is highlighted by the purple seating, copper bar and also a massive mural.

Does the Alchemist take cash?

Deposit payment accepted via credit, debit card or cash and must be paid at the time of booking. Cancellations made with less than 24 hours’ notice are liable for full payment of deposit.

What drinks to get at the Alchemist?


  • DRY ICED TEA. 9.00 [NEW]
  • DEAD RED ZOMBIE. 10.00.
  • PIPE DREAM. 13.50 [NEW]
  • BITTER CHERRY. 10.00.

How do you make a Smokey Old Fashioned Alchemist?

Now, let’s get to it:

  1. Grab your old fashioned glass and add 2 x teaspoons of the sugar.
  2. Add a dash of bitters.
  3. Twist your orange rind to release (or activate) the juice and pop the rind into the mixture.
  4. Next, add 25ml of bourbon whiskey.
  5. Add an ice cube and stir.
  6. Repeat: add another 25ml bourbon whiskey, ice & stir.

Why is The Alchemist so good?

It focuses on the individual and the pursuit of individual dreams as making a positive contribution to the “Soul of the World”. It shows that obstacles to one’s personal legend are merely obstacles – not blockades. It challenges you to think about your own personal legend. It explores the meaning of “living the dream”.

Where is the alchemist cocktail bar in London?

As home to solicitor Sampson Brass in Dickens’ old curiosity shop, Bevis Marks in London’s Aldgate ward naturally attracted our curiosity as a new home for The Alchemist’s unique brand of cocktail bars and restaurants.

Where is the alchemist in Brindleyplace in Birmingham?

As home to solicitor Sampson Brass in Dickens’ old curiosity shop, Bevis Marks in London’s Aldgate ward naturally attracted our curiosity as a new home for The Alchemist’s unique brand of cocktail bars and restaurants. Allow us to introduce you to The Alchemist cocktail bar and restaurant at Brindleyplace in Birmingham.

Where is the alchemist in Manchester City Centre?

MediaCityUK stands tall and proud alongside the historic Manchester ship canal, the ever-flowing artery that’s carried the lifeblood of the city since it was right at the heart of the industrial revolution. Discover our cocktail bar and restaurant in the heart of Manchester city centre.

Where was the original location of the alchemist?

An apt birthplace for the original Alchemist. Our St. Martin’s Lane venue sits at the heart of Covent Garden, a location that didn’t just survive the great fire of London – it rose from the ashes to become one of the most exciting parts of the world’s most vibrant city.