Reviewed by Tara R.
"My take: You can’t get more classically English than Winston Churchill. From the books lining the walls to the menu, Churchill’s spirit lives on in th ..." more
The Churchill Hotel
30 Portman Square
London, W1H 7BH
Reviewed by Jack O.
"I've making the effort to develop upon my love for Japanese food over the last few years and Bincho is definitely one of the best places I've tried la ..." more
16 Old Compton Street
London W1D 4TL
Party Earth Review A little pub where conversation is king, Fox & Hounds defies the trendy stereotypes of its surrounding Chelsea environs, attracting a diverse set of patrons in the mood for a relaxed round. Located in a squat brick building that has served as a neighborhood watering hole since the 1860s, the small bar up front won’t blow ... more
29 Passmore Street
London SW1W 8HR
Party Earth Review London’s Italian-style pizzerias often adopt a fancy-shmancy attitude that can make grabbing a slice a less-than-casual affair, but not ICCo. The name actually stands for Italiano Coffee Company, a misnomer of sorts even with the steady flow of Fitzrovia’s busy media types stopping in for a caffeine boost ... more
46 Goodge Street
London W1T 4LU
Bar / Beer Garden
Party Earth Review Walking into Elk Bar can feel like entering a cabin in the middle of the Adirondacks, save for the rowdy young regulars who are far more preppy professional than plaid-clad lumberjack. This spacious, high-ceilinged bar has deep red walls and hardwood floors, pictures of mountain habitats, and that sort of fake rural ... more
587 Fulham Road
London SW6 5UA
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 Tropical Polynesian meets London chic at Kona Kai, a hopping Fulham bar where big groups of friends go to drink flaming fruity cocktails and act like luna-tikis on the dance floor every weekend. Although South Sea-themed joints can be on the divey side, this venue draws a smartly dressed crowd of area professionals ... more
515 Fulham Road
London SW6 1HD
Party Earth Review The name would imply a place most dedicated students would hope to never find themselves, but The Court draws in a lively young crowd of regulars thanks to the venue’s proximity to the main dorms of the University of London. Daytime hours see the big group tables crammed with students taking a break from brain-busting midterms ... more
108a Tottenham Court Road
London, W1T 5AA
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
Reviewed by Rebecca C.
"Dukeboxx is really refreshing to the London club scene. Its new, and cool with great music and good looking people. Its not pretentious, but you can g ..." more
266-266A Fulham Road
London SW10 9EL
Reviewed by Courtney Grace R.
"MY TAKE: Don’t let the name fool you: while this club is undoubtedly high-class, it is anything but prim and proper. For one of the most exclusive cl ..." more
23 Orchard Street
London W1H 6HL
As the hub of the British social scene, London is good for groups 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
From outdoor markets and sprawling parks, to art galleries and specialty bars, finding something that is good for groups in London doesn’t take much searching. Crowds of friends unite daily to take on the city's many public offerings, while nighttime carousers take advantage of London’s crammed social calendar. With so much to choose from, the only problem is what to pick.
For day-trippers the Borough Market is key. A non-stop fair of all things tasty, this venue is a must for any foodie. Wander the stalls, indulge in sights and smells, and be sure to come hungry. From imported French cheese to organic pesto, it’s the adult equivalent of candyland. Bon Appétit!
As the sun sets in London, the streets come alive with groups of merrymakers in search of a good place to clink their drinks. Joints like Proud Camden are always packed with rambunctious revelers. The expansive venue has a sprawling beer garden and spacious dance floor, so there’s plenty of room for a pack of pals.