All Adventurers Welcome

Society fellows are invited to sip on exploratory cocktails in the dimly-lit Society, or let off steam with libations inside the Victorian Train Carriage.

For larger groups or extra special requests
call 020 7590 5255
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Mr Fogg's Society of Exploration

Founded by Phileas J. Fogg, Esq., The Society is located only a stone’s throw away from Charing Cross station – the starting point of his famous voyage around the world! Come and encounter hidden wonders of the world at The Society – from bookcases brimming with timeless antiques and weather-beaten maps, to old mounted portraits of past explorers whose spirit of adventure remains within these very walls.

Exploratory Libations

Taking pride of place behind the wood-panelled bar sits the world’s first automated Negroni-making machine, a symbol of the innovative fruits of the Industrial Revolution – the cleverly-crafted and ever-extraordinary Mechanical Mixologist!

Travel the world via the portals of your taste buds and sample elixirs sourced from the farthest corners of the globe, as our multi-sensory cocktail menu takes you on a journey through nine extraordinary areas of the Earth.

Past Midnight Society

Every Thursday to Saturday until 2.01am

As the clock strikes midnight, The Society of Exploration comes alive! Open until the early hours, step foot inside Phileas’ low-lit subterranean speakeasy bar in London’s Covent Garden.

Perfect for those with a penchant for the world’s finest libations, Phileas J. Fogg invites you to clink your glasses and make merry with your Society fellows late into the night. From enchanting smoking cocktails to the most extraordinary vessels, drink your way through a truly imaginative menu of spirits and elixirs from the farthest corners of the globe.

Mr Fogg's Society of Exploration
1a Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9HH
Nearest tube station: Charing Cross

020 7590 5255

Open today 4.01pm - 2.01am Monday 4.01pm - 12.01amTuesday 4.01pm - 12.01amWednesday 4.01pm - 2.01amThursday 4.01pm - 2.01amFriday 4.01pm - 2.01amSaturday 1.01pm - 2.01amSunday 3.01pm - 12.01am