Welcome to the night!
From wild clubs and drinking dens to more sedate, laid-back spots, London has it all when it comes to a night out.
510 below is cocktail lounge with a gin accent, the bar has over 40 different varieties of gin in stock and is located below Manuka Kitchen in Fulham. 510 Below is inspired by and aims to provide good quality drinks and cocktails.
The Adelphi Theatre is a 1500 seat West End theatre, located on the Strand in the City of Westminster. The Adelphi has specialised in comedy and musical theatre, today it is a receiving house for a variety of productions.
The Anchor Bankside lays claim to fascinating, and somewhat gruesome historical associations. Offering a very warming and friendly environment perfect for any occasion, visit the pub any time for some great British classics!
Barsmith is located on St John St, Farringdon a stone’s throw from the historic meat markets of Smithfield’s. A vibrant bar specialising in in-house infused spirits and cocktails, crafted by a team of mixologists.
Be At One
The award-winning party bar, Be At One, still likes to show everyone how it’s done and you can be sure of a warm welcome, a great night out and excellent cocktails served by well-trained bartenders, going strong until 2am!
At Bounce, ping pong will never be the same again… Marrying 17 ping pong tables with delicious wood fired pizzas, classic British inspired cocktails, eclectic music, creativity and a blooming good time.
Boundary Bar promotes pure versions of the classic British and American cocktails – the house speciality is an exceptionally stiff martini. Offering a fine digestif selection, including a range of vintage armagnacs.
Keeping the Blitz spirit alive with dazzling cocktails and extravagant late night parties in a disused underground station. Cahoots hosts some mischievous live entertainment, including piano sing-a-longs, live music and more.
Cambridge Theatre is a comfortable size for both plays and musicals, which have included 1066 and All That, Jerry Springer – The Opera and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s enormously successful Roald Dahl’s Matilda.
Camden Town Brewery
Come and learn all there is to know about making beer and all things Camden Town Brewery. The tours involve trying lots of beers, learning how they’re made, having a full brewery tour and trying beer straight from the source!
Host to the worlds best artists and international DJs, Cargo provides the perfect venue in the heart of Shoreditch. For everything from lazy lunches, sunny Sunday sessions to out of this world, amazing club nights.
Champagne + Fromage
The carefully sourced selection of different champagnes at Champagne + Fromage, have all been produced by award-winning, family-owned producers. Who are committed to creating quality wines from their own vineyards.
City Of London Distillery
Often referred to as a hidden treasure, the fantastic bar at the City of London Distillery, called the COLD bar, is a retro, speakeasy-style cocktail bar that overlooks the striking copper stills of the distillery.
Corsica Studios is divided into two spaces – the live music and bar area and a second, smaller studio next door. There is also a large terrace and smoking area to the rear of the space that is completely self-contained.
Dalston Roof Park
Dalston Roof Park is an opportunity to relax, eat, drink, dance and see London differently. Framed by the city skyline, the rooftop oasis transforms what was once forgotten space into a traditional English Garden.
Dirty Martini offers a bespoke range of martinis and signature cocktails. With music from some of London’s best DJs, it’s the perfect destination for after-work indulgence, pre-club cocktails or a stylish late night party.
This late night venue offers a sensory haven for London’s nightlife and it’s stylish clientele and the satisfaction and loyalty of returning clients is a key indicator of the valuable performance given by the team at DSTKRT London.
Experimental Cocktail Club Chinatown is perhaps the closest London has to a hidden drinking den. The bar’s three floors are a tasteful blend of opulence and antique shop chic with sensational cocktails thrown into the mix.
Across both floors Electric Brixton has a capacity of 1,700 for club events and 1,500 for live shows. It is the only mid-range music venue in Brixton which is home to an area with a long-established vibrant music scene.
Evans & Peel Detective Agency
Evans & Peel Detective Agency is a hidden bar behind a bookshelf located in the centre of Earls Court. You’ll need to really get into character for this one, the ‘detective’ at the entrance will give you a bit of a grilling before they let you in.
Frank’s Cafe pop-up bar is located in a multi-storey car park and showcases the work of international artists. Frank’s mixes trends into one rather successfully, it’s part sculpture project, part pop-up, part Campari bar.
An offshoot of the legendary G-A-Y club night at Heaven, G-A-Y Bar in Soho hosts regular live music and DJ nights. If you want to stay out late, G-A-Y Late is just around the corner and is open into the early hours.
Gordon’s Wine Bar
Gordon’s Wine Bar is thought to be the oldest wine bar in London having been established in 1890. As you enter the bar you find yourself in a room with wooden walls covered in newspaper cuttings and faded memorabilia.
The sound and lighting system at Heaven isn’t comparable with anything else on offer to live music promoters in other venues. G-A-Y also occupies the main club sessions on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Her Majesty’s Theatre
There have been four different buildings and numerous name changes for Her Majesty’s Theatre and its early history as an opera house makes it a fitting home for the long-running success of The Phantom of the Opera.
Needless to say, Karaoke Box is ideal for corporate functions and bonding with coworkers. With musical genres of all types, don’t be surprised if you find yourself swaying arm in arm with that guy from IT, singing rock ballads.
The London Palladium has been hailed the best venue in the world for variety performance. It’s a venue to which all performers aspire to perform in and has hosted more annual Royal Variety Performances than any other theatre.
Lucky Voice is one of the most liberating, heart-racing, life-affirming private karaoke experiences in London. Sing your heart out with your closest friends or your favourite colleagues, with over 8,000 songs to choose from.
The Lyceum Theatre is a 2,000-seat theatre located in the City of Westminster. In 1996 it was restored and reconverted into a theatre for large scale musicals or opera, with a suitably large orchestra pit, by Holohan Architects.
Ministry of Sound
You can experience the essence of what Ministry of Sound does. But there’s nothing quite like standing in the middle of the club’s main room, The Box, and hearing the award-winning sound system in full swing.
Currently at the Novello Theatre London is the West End production of Mamma Mia!, which has had over 40 million people dancing in the aisles around the world and continues to sell out as one of the most loved shows around.
Old Vic Theatre
The Old Vic Theatre is steeped in tradition yet still innovating and making history today. This is achieved through a huge variety of output on and off stage which grabs the imagination of the broadest range of people.
Located between Charing Cross Road and Shaftesbury Avenue, with a capacity of 1,400 seats spread across four levels, including the stalls, dress circle, grand circle and balcony, the Palace Theatre a larger venue on the West End.
Opening in 1930, the Phoenix Theatre showed Noel Coward’s Private Lives, which starred Gertrude Lawrence and Laurence Olivier in one of his first roles. The interior is very grand and is often considered to be one of London’s finest.
London’s Piccadilly Theatre is one of the newest venues, opening in April 1928. Since opening in 1928, the theatre has been used for a wide range of entertainment, spanning from cinema to ballets and dramas.
The Playhouse Theatre London is located in the heart of the city, near the famous Trafalgar Square. It opened as the Playhouse Theatre in 1907 and has hosted successful plays such as W. Somerset Maugham’s Home and Beauty.
Prince Edward Theatre
Musicals have played consistently at the Prince Edward Theatre since 1993. Including the hugely successful Mamma Mia! (1999), Mackintosh’s own production of Mary Poppins (2004) and the theatre’s current tenant, Aladdin.
Prince of Wales Theatre
The Prince of Wales Theatre boasts a history that spans back to many centuries. Since opening in 1884 theatre-goers have been flocking the auditorium of this historic theatre to enjoy its mesmerising plays and musicals.
Prospect of Whitby
The Prospect Of Whitby is a traditional British pub in Wapping serving great cask ales and freshly cooked traditional pub food. The Prospect of Whitby is London’s oldest riverside pub dating back to 1520.
Proud Cabaret is modelled on a 1920s Speakeasy Club, the venue offers fine dining and entertainment in a beautiful listed building, with a hand painted dome ceiling reminiscent of the illicit glamour of a bygone era.
Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden
Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden has become a much-loved part of Southbank Centre. Here you can enjoy drinks with views across the city, have a picnic on the grass or just take a walk around the garden itself.
The Queen’s Theatre was built in 1907 and was designed as part of a pair with the neighbouring Gielgud Theatre. Les Miserables opened at the Queen’s on the 12th April 2004 and has been running at the theatre ever since.
Radio is a rooftop bar situated on the 10th floor of ME London. This stunning bar and restaurant is the perfect place to sip champagne, celebrate with friends over one of their signature cocktails, whilst taking in the breathtaking views.
Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club
As well as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, the venue’s upstairs bar, known as Upstairs @ Ronnie’s, enjoys considerable prestige as a classy and upmarket place to while away the evenings in style, recreating a relaxed 50s speakeasy vibe.
This stunning bar at the Rumpus Room is the perfect place to sip cocktails, celebrate with friends or just to simply take in the view. The bar boasts an inspired music policy which fuses sounds of the 1920s with the 21st century.
Searcys St Pancras Grand
Boasting the title of ‘Europe’s longest champagne bar’ the 98m space housing the St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar is truly breath taking. The magnificent location allows panoramic views of the entire station terminal.
The Shaftesbury Theatre was the last theatre to be built on Shaftesbury Avenue. It has seen many notable productions and famous faces over the last century and it’s now the largest independent theatre in the West End.
Founded by the pioneering American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare’s Globe is a unique international resource dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare’s work and the playhouse for which he wrote.
The Sky Garden is a unique public space offering 360 degree uninterrupted views across the city. Sky Pod Bar is an all-day drinking and dining rooftop space situated amongst the impressive gardens, offering the best views.
Order innovative dishes and signature cocktails at SkyLounge while enjoying 360-degree views that include the Tower Bridge, The Shard and the River Thames. The resident DJ will help set the mood of your night.
Slim Jims Liquor Store
Slim Jims Liquor Store is stocked with selected whiskeys and liquor, if whiskey is not for you, try one of the cocktails or a cold beer. Jim’s award-winning Jukebox is loaded with all the classics, from Led Zepplin to Guns ’n’ Roses.
Two luxurious floors featuring cocktail bar and seating, restaurant, live stages, VIP booths and private Red Rooms. Is it any wonder that Stringfellows has been the haunt of celebrities and international travellers for decades!
Studio 338 is a music and arts venue based on the Greenwich Peninsula. It’s open all year round, heated and covered in winter against the elements, playing cutting edge electronic music on London’s only all night terrace.
Swingers is based on a 1920s golf-club set in the English countryside. With two bespoke nine hole crazy golf courses, five cocktail drenched bars, three of London’s best street food vendors, and a clubhouse with a gin terrace.
The Club at The Ivy
The Club at The Ivy opened in September 2008, spanning three floors above The Ivy restaurant. Designer Martin Brudnizki has created a fresh and imaginative Art Deco oasis in the heart of the West End.
The Comedy Store
The Comedy Store is now 35 years old and the London venue is open almost every day of the year. On Wednesdays and Sundays the Comedy Store Players are still entertaining audiences with their unique improvisations.
Home to an award-winning comedy club, a fine dining restaurant, the largest pub quiz in West London, beer and food pairing events, and an ever changing line up of guest ales, there’s something for everyone here.
A charming, much-loved pub, The Dove has been a fixture of London life for centuries. Set on the river, it’s the best pub in Hammersmith for great atmosphere, wonderful fresh food and of course a quenching pint of ale.
The George Inn
The George Inn is London’s only remaining galleried coaching inn, serving thirsty Londoner’s for over 300 years. Escape to The George for a few quiet drinks or try some of the delicious homemade food on offer here.
The Grapes is one of the oldest pubs in London, even Charles Dickens was a patron. Whether you’re after a quick lunch, a romantic dinner by the river or just a friendly greeting in your local pub, take a trip to The Grapes in Limehouse.
The Horseshoe Inn
The Horseshoe Inn serves fresh food all day, describing their food as proper English pub grub, with a twist. The Horseshoe Inn is Cask Marque approved, with a fantastic arrange of ales and other drinks for you to choose from.
The Leather Bottle
The Leather Bottle is a historic pub that has been serving fine ales and food to loyal customers for over 300 years. You can expect to be spoilt for choice at the bar here with at least four cask conditioned ales.
The London Gin Club
The London Gin Club prides itself on gin and tonic, served in a copa glass over cracked ice with garnish individually matched to your gin of choice. The bar also has a full cocktail list and a small food menu to keep you going.
The Lyric Hammersmith
The Lyric Hammersmith is one of the UK’s leading producing theatres. Over its hundred and twenty-five year history it has been responsible for creating some of the UK’s most adventurous and acclaimed theatrical work.
The Mayflower has a great range of well kept ales, craft beers, British cheeses and fine wines. It’s a great place for a celebration, family meal or a date, with the cosy snug area or upstairs restaurant perfect as function rooms.
The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town
The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town is an ordinary looking cafe. Where you will be led to a fridge, open the door and you’ll be led down to the bar. With luscious cocktails, beers and bar snacks, everything to have a great night.
The Mute Swan
Downstairs at The Mute Swan is more pubby/wine bar in style, and focussed on the bar, while upstairs has a more food-led restaurant ambience – but the menu is available throughout so you can choose which suits best.
Gordon Ramsey’s The Narrow restaurant, bar and terrace serves simple but elegant food. Sourced from the best British and European artisan produce, alongside innovative cocktails and a varied collection of wine.
The O2 is the world’s most popular music and entertainment venue. It is home to an array of world-class experiences and attractions including an 11-screen cinema; a 12-lane bowling alley and 20,000 capacity live music space.
The Piano Bar
The Piano Bar Soho is a reservations only cocktail lounge based in a town house. The lounge is home to the Piano Bar Players and their guests which are carefully selected from some of the best jazz clubs in the world.
The Roof Gardens
The Roof Gardens is a world away from the hustle and bustle of London. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a delicious meal, dance your socks off in The Club, hold an exclusive event or get married, you’re in the right place.
The Southampton Arms
The Southampton Arms has a short and simple slogan of ‘ale, cider and meat’ and that is exactly what they do, with 18 handpulls of ale and cider and a fridge full of lovely meat. Selling beers and ciders from small independent breweries.
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Since 1663 Theatre Royal Drury Lane was renowned for its spectacular Victorian melodramas and pantomimes. But since the 1920s its history has mirrored the development of the modern musical and continued to do so.
Theatre Royal Haymarket
The Theatre Royal Haymarket, known originally as ‘The Little Theatre in the Hay’, is situated in the heart of the West End. The Haymarket strives to produce memorable theatrical experiences for audiences from around the world.
Trader Vic’s offers an eclectic collection of global cuisines using Chinese wood-fired ovens, tropical cocktails and an exotic atmosphere bedecked with authentic artefacts and trappings from around the world.
Tropicana Beach Club
Step into Tropicana Beach Club and experience a trip to paradise without ever having to step foot out of London. Guests are invited to enjoy live music, cabaret performances as well as beach style games such as surfboard limbo.
Vista at The Trafalgar
Vista at The Trafalgar is one of London’s premier rooftop bars. Nestled on the South West corner of Trafalgar Square, the open air rooftop bar offers panoramic views from Horse Guards Parade to the Royal Opera House.
Voltaire Cocktails & Champagne Bar is the perfect subterranean spot in the city. Serving afternoon tea by day and gourmet burgers and cocktails into the night with monthly cocktail master classes, something for everyone.
With focus set on a consistent and credible music policy, XOYO is one of London’s most well-respected clubs. Delivering an unrivalled weekend soundtrack to the capital, the line-ups at XOYO welcome global names.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese has a real olde world feel to it, having survived through the reign of 15 monarchs. It consists of a great number of bars and dining rooms reached by a labyrinth of passages and staircases.