Party Earth Review Party seekers who are both thirsty and thrifty would do well to stop by Thirst, a snug but chic Soho lounge where the too-good-to-pass-up drink specials explain the continuous crush at the bar. Home to some of London’s hardest-working bartenders, the venue features an expansive cocktail list in book form that draws a loyal ... more
53 Greek Street
London W1D 3DR
Party Earth Review A welcome addition to the charming Maiden Lane a few blocks south of Covent Garden Piazza, Jewel Covent Garden is indeed a jewel of a venue whose four different bars each offers a unique setting. The Crystal Bar at the entrance level boasts a spectacular chandelier and cathedral ceilings fittingly adorned with murals of ... more
29-30 Maiden Lane
London WC2E 7JS
Party Earth Review As the name implies, Roadhouse is a recreated highway truck stop whose bright neon sign adds unexpected flair to London’s historical Covent Garden square. The rough roadside vibe is carried on inside, where the décor consists of a Mack truck crashing through one wall, a Harley Davidson on the bar, and road signs and trucker ... more
Jubilee Hall, 35 The Piazza
London WC2E 8BE
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
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
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Roadhouse in Covent Garden is a solid spot to catch some tunes, sip a cold brew, and get chatty with the hottie at the bar. A casual music venue, this joint starts out easy and steams up as the night progresses. Very laid-back in atmosphere, it’s the ideal breeding ground for Mr. Right, or even Mr. Right Now.
South London Pacific in the South Bank neighborhood is a tiki bar filled with young and fun denizens. With the dance floor becoming a hotbed of gyrating couples who most likely met only an hour before, it’s a popular haunt for the London singles scene.
Or check out Tiger Tiger in Central London. The expansive club attracts a wall-to-wall crowd in their 20s and 30s. While traversing the venue’s multiple floors, patrons are sure to find a gaggle of flirty folks looking to mingle.