Party Earth Review Most iconic figures are immortalized in statues, but for King of Cool Steve McQueen, nothing short of an entire entertainment complex would do. An embodiment of the late movie star’s own style and passions, McQueen is a masculine, modern, and sleek venue that attracts an affluent clientele of corporate ladder climbers and ... more
55-61 Tabernacle Street
London EC2A 4AA
Reviewed by Courtney Grace R.
"MY TAKE: Think rave but much, much classier. It’s another one of London’s guest-list only clubs, but just as a function of the style of the place th ..." more
78 Wells Street
London W1T 3QL
Party Earth Review Located behind the shimmering streets of Soho’s theatrical playground, Market Place is a down-to-earth drinking and dining den with the rustic allure of a retro wood tavern. The front terrace lunging onto the boulevards of Market Place quadrant provides space for groups of wide-eyed backpackers to bask in the old-world ... more
11-13 Market Place
London, W1W 8AH
Party Earth Review Like Alice in Through the Looking Glass, visitors to Miss Q’s need only follow an unassuming underground path to discover a world of pool tables and rock and roll as far removed from the straitlaced affluence of Earls Court as America is from England. Folded napkins, rigid posture, and aristocratic elocution take a backseat ... more
180-184 Earls Court Road
London, SW5 9QG
Bar / Members Club
Party Earth Review The Phoenix Artist Club is kind of like a high school theater club, if that club was located in the basement of a West End theater, served lots of booze, and was populated by the Who’s Who of London’s established and aspiring theater scene. Tucked around the corner from The Phoenix Theatre is a wide staircase ... more
1 Phoenix Street
London WC2H 8BU
Party Earth Review Like most of Mayfair’s subterranean clubs, Jalouse has a discreet entrance that can be hard to find – but unlike some of the area’s more raucous venues, the scene inside Jalouse is both stunning and intimate. The space’s décor and look was designed to channel and embody art, and the thoughtful artistry of the interior is ... more
17 Hanover Square
London W1S 1
Club / Live Music Venue
Party Earth Review Housed in an old theater, Monto Water Rats is a rather run-down pub and nightly live music venue that hosts primarily new bands playing indie, rock, pop, and acoustic music. Frequented by a laid-back urban crowd of music lovers, the club is widely regarded as one of the best venues in town to see new artists and has featured ... more
328 Grays Inn Road
London, WC1X 8BZ
Party Earth Review Full of separate rooms – each with its own menu – not to mention a flamboyant decor and ever-quirky themes, Piccadilly Institute is a labyrinthine club that’s equal parts kitsch and glam. Noir, the first small dance floor, goes for a sultry vibe with crystal antler chandeliers, skull-patterned wallpaper, and DJs spinning ... more
1 Piccadilly Circus
London W1J 0DA
Reviewed by Leighanne O.
"With its very accessible location of being right by Kings Cross, The Big Chill House is the place to go if you want to just grab a drink with your fri ..." more
257-259 Pentonville Road
London N1 9NL
Party Earth Review With multiple floors each offering unique party experiences, it would be difficult for patrons not to find a scene that fits their mood at Tiger Tiger. Popular with a mixed and rowdy clientele of local office workers and tourists looking to mingle, the expansive bar and club attracts a wall-to-wall crowd but still manages ... more
29 The Haymarket
London SW1Y 4SP
Bar / Club
Party Earth Review Sleek and sophisticated, The White House offers its well-dressed Clapham clientele a minimalist yet luxurious space in which to sprawl on long black leather banquettes and unwind to the sounds of funky house music spun by expert DJs. Since the club’s main dance floor on the lower level is quite small, the trendy patrons ... more
65 Clapham Park Rd
London SW4 7EH
Sure, it’s known internationally for its pubs, but clubs in London make sure the party goes long into the foggy night all across town.
The city offers a booming nightlife, from ultra-exclusive nightclubs that cater only to the prettiest and wealthiest denizens to vibrant and pretension-free dance clubs where the only point is to let loose and have a great time.
Anyone in the mood for a night of luxury has a bevy of posh venues and members clubs to choose from, many frequented by A-list celebrities and the occasional royal – though access to these London clubs can obviously be akin to breaking into a bank vault.
But there are still plenty of fantastic dance clubs where DJs keep the floors thumping until 7am. It doesn’t matter what style of music London clubbers are looking for, the city’s nightclubs are home to hip-hop, techno, house music, and every style imaginable.
Blues clubs and jazz clubs are plentiful too, especially in the hipster-heavy East End where artsy types congregate in a variety of unique clubs that cater to their trendy lifestyle.
Mega-clubs such as Ministry of Sound, Fabric, and Heaven are some of the best known London clubs, but smaller and more intimate clubs in London are as easy to find as another plate of fish and chips.