Concrete

Bar / Club / Pizza Place
Concrete A barren and understated garage bar sporting little more than cement walls and chipped wooden benches, the aptly-named Concrete is nonetheless a happening hotspot where a thriving and unrestrained party culture flourishes. London England 51.5238711 -0.077208
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Concrete - Bar | Club | Pizza Place in London.
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Emma

Party Earth Review A barren and understated garage bar sporting little more than cement walls and chipped wooden benches, the aptly-named Concrete is nonetheless a happening hotspot where a thriving and unrestrained party culture flourishes... ... read full review

  • Tube:

    London Overground: Shoreditch High Street

  • Phone:

    0207 749 1883

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Th 9pm–1am, F–Sa 9pm–2am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Concrete Review

The Scene

A barren and understated garage bar sporting little more than cement walls and chipped wooden benches, the aptly-named Concrete is nonetheless a happening hotspot where a thriving and unrestrained party culture flourishes.

A barren and understated garage bar sporting little more than cement walls and chipped wooden benches, the aptly-named Concrete is nonetheless a happening hotspot where a thriving and unrestrained party culture flourishes.

A split entrance leads adventure-chasing buddies either upstairs to a pizzeria or below ground to the windowless club where trendy East-enders and easygoing urban riff-raff come together to create a down-to-earth party vibe.

Popular events including comedy acts and musical quiz nights see boisterous hipsters slamming down their beers in fits of laughter, while fast-paced conversations echo off the low ceilings and exposed piping.

When DJ nights roll around, the heat rises and the good-natured revelers get sweaty as they indulge in some rough and tumble dancing that leaves many patrons happily bruised.

Guaranteed to deliver a no-frills, all-out party, Concrete is the place to be for outrageous shoe shufflers and rowdy brat-packers who prefer debauchery to decorum.

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Tip from Emma:

BYOP: Bring Your Own Pillow if going to one of the comedy or storytelling nights – it’ll come in handy if you don’t get some of the limited seating and end up cross-legged on the hard floor. Don’t mind the stares – they’re just jealous…

  • Crowd

    Hipsters, good-humored frat types, and edgy city dwellers, 20s to 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Feel-good pop, 90s chart toppers, and R&B pump in the background and on the DJ decks. The venue collaborates with Q Magazine once a month to present Q Live at Concrete, featuring acoustic sets from artists that have included Moby, John Mayer, and The Wombats.

    Other events include occasional live music, musical bingo, and comedy and storytelling nights. Check website for schedule.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Pizza East, the upstairs restaurant, provides a traditional Italian menu featuring gourmet pizzas, steaks, lamb chops, and lasagna.

  • Prices

    Sides £3, salads £4–£10, pizza £8.50–£13, entrées £13–£17. Beer £2.50–£5.60, wine £4.50 or £12.50+/carafe, cocktails £8.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Comfortably trendy/low-key: vintage t-shirts, fraying and battered jackets, hot pants, vests.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Friday and Saturday nights for a solid dance workout to powerful DJ mixes.

  • Close By

    The upstairs Pizza East serves the same menu to both floors, though patrons can have a slightly more formal sit-down meal in the actual restaurant.

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