Party Earth Review An inconspicuous door adorned with a small plaque of Nightjar’s namesake bird is the only evidence of the stellar live music that awaits in this vintage-themed basement hideout – an ironic notion considering the nightjar’s call sounds like a fan belt slowly stripping off an air compressor. A swanky homage to early 20th ... more
129 City Road
London EC1V 1JB
Bar / Club
Party Earth Review It may not look like much from the outside, but skaters, DJ aficionados, and plenty of hipsters know that hidden below busy Kingsland High, The Alibi is the perfect place to dance the night away. Three rooms make up this grungy basement bar, which is owned and run by Real Gold, a DJ-founded creative collective that also ... more
91 Kingsland High Street
London E8 2PB
Reviewed by Tara R.
"My take: The Roof Gardens sit perched over West London with the best view you can get without a skyscraper. The location and the settings are unparall ..." more
99 Kensington High Street
London W8 5SA
Bar / Club
Party Earth Review With its mix of stainless steel details set against stark white walls, red lacquered surfaces, and black banquettes, The Hoxton Pony has created a minimalist yet intimate décor that’s just funky enough to suit the hip clientele the bar attracts. Adding to the rather surreal effect of the space are unusual art pieces and ... more
104-108 Curtain Road
London EC2A 3AH
Art Gallery / Club
Party Earth Review A grand wooden door marks the entrance to Notting Hill Arts Club, where guests descend into the deep shadows of the basement to find shape-shifting light illuminating the canvas-like walls, the exuberant art exhibits, and the creative crowd, who are as much a part of the display as the art itself. A circular bar and funky ... more
21 Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3JQ
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
19 Dering Street
London W1S 1AH
Reviewed by lara h.
"Completely blown away by this new club!! The Urban East London vibe perfectly compliments the buzz of West End! Space to dance/socialise and enjoy a ..." more
167 Drury Lane
London, WC2B 5PG.
Bar / Club
Party Earth Review A staple of the Shoreditch nightlife scene, 333 Motherbar is two venues in one – the spacious 333 club, which hosts raucous electro, breaks, house, and hip-hop nights, and its oddball sidekick Motherbar. A cheerful little space, Motherbar consists of two intimate rooms separated by an archway and features black and white ... more
333 Old Street
London EC1V 9
Party Earth Review Far down the rabbit hole and into the heart of Shoreditch lies Callooh Callay, an Alice in Wonderland-themed bar that’s as serious about its cocktails as the Mad Hatter is about his tea parties. A beautifully kitschy room awaits the trendy and creative patrons who regularly come in looking to warm themselves with absinthe ... more
65 Rivington Street
London EC2A 3AY
Club / Restaurant
Party Earth Review Once voted Best New Club at the London Club and Bar Awards, The Cuckoo Club is undoubtedly one of London’s hottest nightspots and attracts a well-heeled, fashionable crowd of the city’s movers and shakers, as well as a routine smattering of celebrities. Lavishly decorated in hues of pink, burgundy, and purple, The Cuckoo ... more
London W1B 4EZ
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.