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Best Bars and Clubs in London
London is famous for his amazing culture, history, architecture and any famous sightseeing, but also for memorable night life in bars and clubs.
There’s a place for every mood you are in and with so much choice it can be confusing so we made this list with best night clubs and cool bars in London. From underground music scene bars and cubs to the most stylish designed and luxury restaurants we will try to show you all.
Sleek, chic and discreet, the opulent Beaufort Bar is top of the list for anyone looking for the perfect spot to impress a date. The Art Deco setting couldn’t be any sexier – think smouldering black lacquer, burnished gold alcoves, velvet upholstery and the kind of low-lighting that shows everyone off to best effect.
Overlooking the fountains of Cabot Place in a Gotham City style building, Boisdale of Canary Wharf is poised to become one of London’s most iconic dining and entertaining spots. Frequented by business types fresh from the high powered towers of Canary Wharf, Boisdale blends a stunning setting with comfort and a high level of service with a warm, smiling welcome.
Fabric is a nightclub that was voted number 1 in DJ Magazine’s “Top 100 Clubs in the World” poll in 2007 and 08 and number 2 in 2009 and 10. It is located on Charterhouse Street. Fabric has three separate rooms with independent sound systems; two of the rooms feature stages for live acts. A feature of the club is its vibrating floor in Room One: known as a “bodysonic” dancefloor, sections of the floor are attached to 400 bass transducers emitting bass frequencies of the music being played. The clubs sound system was designed by Rich Rowley and Dave Parry of MOST Technical.
KOKO is a live-music venue, and former theatre in Camden Town, London, England. The building was known as Camden Palace until its 2004 purchase and extensive restoration lead by Oliver Bengough and Mint Entertainment. Since, the club has been known as KOKO and serves as one of the premier live music venues in London.
Milk & Honey has been around for years and it still serves some of the best drinks in London; it takes the art of boozing very seriously indeed – every fruit juice is squeezed by hand, and ice in the members-only Red Room is chipped from a twice-frozen block of mineral water using an ice pick.
The Notting Hill Arts Club is a music and arts venue in Notting Hill, central London, England. The club holds clubnights every night of the week. Its range of events covers everything from interactive crafts to themed Soviet nights, but perhaps most famous is its Death Disco clubnight, which is run by Creation Records founder Alan McGee. Big names such as Courtney Love and Mick Jones have been former guest DJs and The Guardian described it as “a haven for indie celebs and punk veterans”.
Paramount is a chic in an inclusive way – making you feel posh without being intimidating. Your experience starts at ground level. After checking in with the reception staff, you step into the lift and after a few ear-popping moments you’re up to the 32st floor.
Vertigo 42 – forget the London Eye, Britain’s highest bar is perched in an eagle’s nest on the 42nd floor of Tower 42 (formerly the NatWest Tower). From this vantage point you can see the urban landscape sprawl away to the horizon, and, sure enough, the views are spectacular. Most exclusive are the south-facing tables with vistas of the Thames, Tower Bridge and St Paul’s.