Party Earth Review Zoo Bar’s motto is “party hard or go home,” and the flirty patrons apparently take that advice to heart. Flashing colored lights illuminate sizzling dance floors jumping with commercial house, R&B, and 80s pop, creating a vibrant party scene for the energetic, outgoing crowd of college types and travelers. The enormous ... more
13-17 Bear Street
Leicester Square London, WC2H 7AQ
Party Earth Review The second in a chain of restaurants founded more than twenty years ago when owner Marouf Abouzaki fled war-torn Beirut for London, Maroush features authentic Lebanese cuisine and legendary after-hours revelry in a chic Beauchamp Place location. While both floors of this two-story eatery offer fine dining options, the more ... more
38 Beauchamp Place
Reviewed by Courtney Grace R.
"MY TAKE: Walkabout Temple is a great place to go when you feel like just leaving your house and getting shwasty-faced. There’s lots of drunken debauc ..." more
City of Westminster, WC2R, UK
Reviewed by Thanh N.
"The Box is hands down the place where decadency takes its true form; from the three level story building to its fierce burgundy toned interior - this ..." more
11-12 Walkers Court
London W1F 0ED
Party Earth Review The one-time abode of the Prince of Wales – and a former transient hangout until a major cleanup in the early 90s – Leicester Square is now considered the heart of London’s entertainment district and a buzzing hub for theatergoers, tourists, and raucous street performers. Home to some of the largest cineplexes in the city ... more
London WC2H 7
Pub / British Restaurant
Reviewed by Tara R.
"My Take: Crown and Goose is a proper grubby pub, with flaking paint, high ceilings, an old-wood-and-alcohol-soaked smell and a slew of regulars and od ..." more
100 Arlington Road
London Borough of Camden, NW1
Art Gallery / Gin Bar
Party Earth Review It’s hard to tell which “graphic” Graphic is referring to when patrons first enter this too-cool-for-school gin bar on Golden Square. Ever-rotating art makes the distinction difficult. Perhaps it’s the shop shutters mounted inside, each painted in vibrant letters in stark contrast to the minimalist ... more
4 Golden Square
London W1F 9HT
Reviewed by Tara R.
"My take: Find this place if you’re near King’s Cross. Londoners know this area is a no-go if you have any taste whatsoever, due to the surprising lack ..." more
180-186 Pentonville Road
London, N1 9JP
Party Earth Review Draped with British and French flags and cheerful blue canopies that welcome visitors, The French House is a sophisticated establishment with a small bar on the street level where an eclectic after-work crowd gathers to discuss wine, theater, and current events. Black-and-white photos of past theatrical stars, Bohemian ... more
49 Dean Street
Soho, London W1D 5BG
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.