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 ... more
58 Gresham Street
London EC2V 7BB
Party Earth Review A cozy neighborhood pub situated directly above the Barons Court Theatre, The Curtains Up is yet another addition to the ever-expanding Geronimo chain, but it definitely has its own personality. Tucked into a residential corner of Baron’s Court, the venue shares much of its clientele – as well as the bathrooms – with the ... more
28A Comeragh Road
London W14 9HR
Reviewed by Tara R.
"My Take: Full disclosure: I love jetsetting, but I tend to feel guilty about my consequently catastrophic carbon footprint. Enter Eurostar. Carbon-ne ..." more
St Pancras International Station
London, N1C 4QP
Party Earth Review Set in a wide alley full of picnic tables, vintage clothing boutiques, and record stores in the vibrant Truman Brewery area of Brick Lane, Café 1001 reigns as the king of bohemian bars and attracts a harmoniously diverse international crowd of music lovers, artists, and hip Londoners. The spacious venue is comprised of ... more
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6QL
Reviewed by Courtney Grace R.
"MY TAKE: Personally, I’m just happy that this place exists. London is generally not a place you’re going to find good breakfast places. (If you’ve ha ..." more
33 D'Arblay Street
London W1F 8EU
Party Earth Review Any love-hate relationship between England and France is hidden at Cafe Boheme, which – from the sidewalk on in – could as easily belong on a side street in Montmartre as it does in London’s hopping Soho district. Despite opening in the early 90s, the space has a distinctly vintage feel. The stools and booths are deep ... more
13 Old Compton Street
London W1D 5JQ
Party Earth Review Anyone who has survived the hectic area markets along Portobello Road is entitled to a well-earned break, which is just what’s in store at The Castle. Located near the Ladbroke Grove end of this busy tourist area, the venue caters to a kooky cross-section of boho West Londoners, fun-loving tourists, and casual shoppers ... more
225A Portobello Road
London W11 1LU
Party Earth Review Dangerously cheap beer, pub games, pop music, and sports are the calling card of The Rocket, a modest but crazy-busy pub in King’s Cross. Centrally located near several universities and colleges, the bar is always populated with swarms of fun-loving local and study abroad students, and caters to its customer base with killer ... more
120 Euston Road
London, NW1 2AL
Party Earth Review Located in an early 18th-century inn, The White Horse has a long history as a laid-back booze hall, though the 21st century has added a dash of dance club to the old stallion. The building retains few of its original features, and even the slick white sign out front aims for a modern flair, but the uncluttered interior ... more
94 Brixton Hill
Brixton, London SW2 1QN
Party Earth Review Slightly removed from the barhopping mecca of Clapham High Street, The Sun is a welcoming neighborhood haunt that still manages to attract a lively young crowd with its solid pub grub, lengthy tap list, and large beer garden. The sparsely decorated main room is dominated by a crescent bar that gives three-sided access to ... more
47 Old Town
London SW4 0JL
Party Earth Review Better suited for energetic young artists looking to party than for bookworms reading great literature, The Book Club is an adult sized playhouse where patrons are more likely to get hit by errant ping pong balls than to get a paper cut from turning pages of the classics. A Choose Your Own Adventure map inspired by London ... more
100–106 Leonard Street
London, EC2A 4RH
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
135 Portland Road
London W11 4LW
By midday the restaurants in London begin to buzz as bleary-eyed breakfasters move on and the more energetic brunch crowd takes a seat. From families to groups of friends, and young suits to artsy types, London brunch knows no boundaries, with everyone and their mother showing up.
Stylish diners and chic couples head to fabulous French joint Café Boheme. With eggs Benedict and escargots (snails) topping the menu, its yummy food and intimate décor makes it a popular London brunch spot.
Hoxton Square’s The Breakfast Club is another amazing place for brunch in London. Fusing gourmet eats with an avant-garde setting, the endless menu attracts London’s ever-growing population of bohemians and hipsters. Long waits for a table are common here, so come early.