Guanabara

Club / Restaurant
Guanabara Rio comes to London via Guanabara, a trendy, festive club and restaurant in which two spacious bars serving tasty fruit mojitos and caipirinhas overlook a dining area that transforms into a packed dance floor once live Brazilian... London England 51.515056 -0.122601
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Guanabara - Club | Restaurant in London.
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Party Earth Review Rio comes to London via Guanabara, a trendy, festive club and restaurant in which two spacious bars serving tasty fruit mojitos and caipirinhas overlook a dining area that transforms into a packed dance floor once live... ... read full review

  • Tube:

    Central, Piccadilly Lines: Holborn

  • Phone:

    020 7242 8600

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    M–Sa 5pm–2:30am, Su 5pm–midnight

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Guanabara Review

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Rio comes to London via Guanabara, a trendy, festive club and restaurant in which two spacious bars serving tasty fruit mojitos and caipirinhas overlook a dining area that transforms into a packed dance floor once live Brazilian...

Rio comes to London via Guanabara, a trendy, festive club and restaurant in which two spacious bars serving tasty fruit mojitos and caipirinhas overlook a dining area that transforms into a packed dance floor once live Brazilian acts and professional dancers take the stage.

Given the club’s incredible energy level and diverse international clientele, even the most straitlaced businessman can’t resist a little hip-swiveling – and the result is a fun-loving, unpretentious vibe that would do Carnival proud.

Patrons looking for a mellower evening can take their caipirinhas to the banquette on the upper level and soak up the South American scene from a safe distance.

Though best enjoyed on weekend nights when the mix of Brits and Brazilians really lets loose, Guanabara’s mouthwatering Brazilian cuisine and after-work drink specials make this place a solid weekday treat, too.

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Tip from Emma:

Anyone who needs a little help getting their hips shaking can show up early on most nights and take advantage of the free samba lessons.

  • Crowd

    Mix of Brazilian expats and Londoners, early 20s to mid-30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Nightly live DJs and bands play an upbeat mix of Brazilian samba, dance, and funk music.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Traditional Brazilian dishes served earlier in the evening. Happy Hour M–Sa 5–7pm.

  • Prices

    Cover charge £5–£10/W–F after 9pm and Sa–Su after 8pm. Bar snacks £2.50–£8, entrées £10.50+. Beer £3.70, cocktails £5.80+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Anything goes.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    During Happy Hour for the great drink specials or on weekends for the most energetic scene.

Guanabara User Reviews

Average rating:
Carnival Vibes!
Jannah R. Oct 9, 2013
Guanabara, London's largest Brazilian club has got to be one of the best clubs I've been to! It has everything you could want from a night out, starting with live Bongo Drum solos while you enjoy a meal, to Caipirinha Dance during cocktails and finally turning into a commercial club after midnight. It's the sort of place where the atmosphere is always buzzing, whichever night you attend, and each visit makes you want to return! There is also a 'Happy Hour' at the beginning of the night where all the drinks are half price (yes, bottles of wine and pitchers of cocktails included) and the entrance is free until 9pm on Friday's or 8pm on Saturday's. If you're a fan of the Carnival, or just want to show off your basic Salsa step then Guanabara will be your new favourite joint!
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