Party Earth Review A classy collection of different spaces, The Anthologist is at once a restaurant, bar, deli, and part-time club in the heart of The City, making it a go-to spot for trendy denizens all week long. Right by the entrance, the deli is heavy with the aroma of freshly ground coffee, while bottles, fruit carts, and Italian pastas ... read full review of The Anthologist
Party Earth Review The rumored location of Prince Charles’ bachelor party and a favorite haunt for celebs from Madonna to Gwyneth Paltrow, Julie’s Restaurant & Bar has been a trendy hotspot since the late 1960s. Crisp white tables and a bar near the quaint façade belie the size of this place, for a jaunt downstairs reveals Julie’s is much ... more
Party Earth Review Corney and Barrow at Monument is one of a dozen C&B branches that dot the City of London, providing an escape from the area’s banking bustle and access to a world of wine and sumptuous sharable plates. After descending several steps in the shadow of towering financial offices, patrons enter a stylish cellar where intimate ... more
Party Earth Review Refined but with a touch of cheeky sophistication, Danger of Death is a favorite of hipster Hoxonites and moneyed artistic professionals looking for an exclusive night of cocktails and conversation. Tucked behind the façade of a former antique shop, the cozy escape retains its secretive underground vibe through its stringent ... more
Party Earth Review Although it looks like just another quaint neighborhood pub, The Harwood Arms has become a destination for fine dining – and the owners have the Michelin star to prove it. Hidden away in the residential zone of Fulham, the surprisingly large space is decorated with gentle splashes of white and sage on the walls ... read full review of The Harwood Arms
Party Earth Review Although it may look like a fairly ordinary upscale bar and restaurant by day, at night The Loop transforms into a packed club that’s perfect for partiers looking to really let their hair down. Daily lunch and Happy Hour specials promise a strong crowd of local office workers, who fill the place in the afternoon to grab ... more
Party Earth Review A welcome addition to the charming Maiden Lane a few blocks south of Covent Garden Piazza, Jewel Covent Garden is indeed a jewel of a venue whose four different bars each offers a unique setting. The Crystal Bar at the entrance level boasts a spectacular chandelier and cathedral ceilings fittingly adorned with murals of ... more
Party Earth Review True to its name, the trendy Electricity Showrooms is indeed set in an old electricity showroom where, in the 1920s, people went to find the latest in domestic appliances. Although the selection of toasters, vacuums, and gramophones has been replaced by beer, cocktails, and pub food, the venue’s bright theatrical style ... more
As a major city, there are myriad bars and clubs in London, but both day and night, it’s the pubs that truly set the stage for London’s infamous drinking culture, and range in size and vibe from friendly neighborhood meeting places to bigger and rowdier commercial establishments.
Besides the pubs, the booming nightlife takes place at hundreds of low-key or lively bars, trendy lounges, and vibrant dance clubs. Those in the mood for a night of luxurious revelry have a bevy of posh venues to choose from, many frequented by A-list celebrities and the occasional royal – though access to this elite scene can be difficult as it’s generally reserved for the wealthy, fashionable, and privileged.
Luckily, the city is also host to plenty of more accessible and equally fantastic dance clubs where DJs keep the floors thumping until 7am. With hip-hop, techno, and house music, these all-night super-clubs beckon ravers and revelers the world over to enjoy pulsating beats, mega sound systems, and famous DJs.
Partiers who crave an edgier hipster scene will find it in the East End where artsy types congregate in a variety of unique bars and clubs that cater to their trendy lifestyle.