83 Rivington St, London EC2A 3AY, UK – 020 7739 3440
Lot of negative reviews here but we had a good time. We just happened to be walking by on a Tuesday and heard the party inside. It’s small but there was a fun crowd dancing inside to a great dj. We didn’t meet the minimum but the staff was kind enough to let us use our cards anyways because we didn’t have cash. The bartenders were really friendly.
BEST NIGHT EVER! I was scared of going after reading so many negative reviews, but I am so happy I went anyway. I booked a table for my birthday, when I got there the staff were all super friendly they showed me to my table with no problems. Just make sure to get there before 10pm if you've bought a ticket online as they won't be valid after that. The music was great, the staff were friendly and helpful.. definitely 10/10 night
32-37 Cowper St, London EC2A 4AP, UK – 020 7608 2878
Had a really fun night here, not fancy by all means but a cool little place! Drinks choices are a bit limited. Good mix of music, pretty friendly staff and a great manager behind the bar who seems to look out for women to make sure theyre drinking safely and not being taken advantage of. He also kindly replaced my drink when it was knocked over. Would definitely go here again!
Quite expensive entrance, but totally worth it. Despite 800 capacity, the venue creates an intimate setting. There are two rooms with dance floors and bars (both are great). Music is not too loud so your ears won't hurt. Would highly recommend it. If you want to get discounts and look inside the club before you go, we have an app which helps with that: bit.ly/Nightset_App
23 City Rd, London EC1Y 1AG, UK – 020 7256 8555
Thanks. Best club in the City.
other reviews said free entry and ten pounds a dance but it was ten pounds on the door and twenty pounds a dance for me. nice enough place and the girls are gorgeous and dance well but they were on me like piranha when i arrived so i didnt stay as long as i planned to
12 Smithfield St, London EC1A 9LA, UK – 020 7248 8600
Great fun. Virtual golf with real clubs and balls. Reasonably good bar snacks
If this isn't the perfect place for guys to hang out, I don't know what is! The clubs they provide are top notch & the beer is tasty!
Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Ln, London E1 6QL, UK
Pretty good mini-golf with a more adult drinking theme vibe to it. Would be really excellent with a larger group or for a work drinks event. Drinks prices are standard and have a great array of choice. I went with just two people and the courses are a bit short for what you pay for, taking less than 40 minutes to go round the 9 holes. Some holes are really creative and use the space to excellent effect but it is a shame they aren't all like that. As others have mentioned, if it is hot outside it will be really hot inside, it is not well ventilated or air conditioned. It is also loud and dark inside so depending on your mood may be a love/hate affair. Would recommend checking it out as a fun city activity, but if you are up for a challenging and complex mini-golf course this probably isn't the one.
Tried the Bruce course which was great fun albeit a bit too short for our taste, 8 of us took about 30 mins to finish the 9 hole course. Given its underground it's also a bit warm and stuffy down there, especially in this summer heatwave. They did have 2-3 fans across the course but more airflow is required. All in all nicely constructed but could do with some venting and I would suggest play at least 2 courses on the day if you don't want it to be a short evening.
18 St Swithin's Ln, London EC4N 8AD, UK – 020 7283 2011
Hi just had a lesson at DB golf very impressive lots of clear data but kept simple enough for me to understand i have been having lessons at a driving range for a year with no real improvement this is so much better Geoff Bull
Great facility in an excellent location and, most importantly, top quality coaches. Best place in London by far for golf coaching and practice.
Cowper St, London EC2A 4SH, UK
Great club: friendly members and excellent coaches
Finsbury Leisure Centre, Norman St, London EC1V 3PU, UK
The club's beginner's course is a must - even if you don't plan to continue fencing - great atmosphere, it provides a nice workout and a very useful and intriguing insight into fencing. I joined a club a few months ago after said course and the club is great! The coaches are absolutely brilliant and everyone can find a suitable trainer, suited to one's needs and timeframe. There are trainings almost every day so it is easy to fit it around one's schedule. And Tim and his team are very supportive and helpful. I would highly recommend this place to both beginners and competent fencers.
You won't be disappointed with this club. Spectacular coaches that will help you all your way, even in competitions. I started with the intensive workshop, and already signed up for three times a week. You have tough warm ups to put you into tone, and you have intensive sessions like the ones on saturdays running for 3 hours. You can choose location, as there are two gyms, and have a shower if you feel like it. Don't have your own equipment? No problemo, they'll lend it to you! Eventually I got mine, it's an investment, yes, but, isn't fencing worth it? And not only the fencing is great over there, but as well, the fencers themselves are all great lads, none of that brute drunken hooligan rabble you find in other sports. These are hand picked humans, finest around. After fencing we all go to the pub and chat until they throw us out. What can I say, IT CHANGED MY LIFE! But of course, that's exactly what I was looking for... PS: I no longer live in London, but I travel 1hr30min every saturday to London from Buckingham (near Milton Keynes), taking a bus and then a train and then the tube (and back). And I do that for three reasons, the club, the fencers and fencing. Were these three bad or disappointing, I would certainly had not bothered. So, what are you waiting? Join the club, I want to make new friends. PS 2: I'm back in London, fencing regularly 3 times a week. Just got back a month ago from a club organized fencing trip to Spartak Fencing Academy in St. Petersburg. You don't get these things anywhere else. Amazing place. Join now, or repent!
135 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JE, UK – 020 7739 3440
Good spot to watch football. Awful when busy, to buy drinks. Who, (apart from people who don't like beer) wants Coors Light? Then draught all beers go off and you can only buy bottles for over a fiver? The sign that says"bar staff required, no experience required", pretty much sums it up. Either way, the people that served me were polite and decent people. Just hugely overworked and out of their depth for how busy it was.
Watched a boxing fight there. £10 entry on the door, which only got you through the door, no free drink. It drew a crowd that was quite knowledgeable about boxing. Enough space in there to see the screens and enough seating if you get there early enough. You will have to find another review to see how it is as a club. As a note the place emptied very quickly after the fight. As a place to watch sports it was decent.
43 Old Jamaica Rd, London SE16 4TE, UK – 020 7237 3788
Riverside parents and carers - such a wonderful association to have. Absolutely fabulous soft play for children and babies 3 times each week! Run by volunteers who really deserve credit for what they give. :)
Very spacious with great variety of toys for toddlers. The best thing - parents are not allowed to use mobile phones inside. So you can enjoy uninterrupted time with your little ones.
Coxson Place, Druid St, London SE1 2EZ, UK – 020 7939 7400
Best pool in bermondsey, excellent staff and facilities
My Daugherty goes the swimming lesson here, she absolutely love it.
Alford House, Aveline St, Lambeth, London SE11 5DQ, UK – 020 7735 1519
Wonderful space. Crossing the paths of all cultures and creeds...with great hospitality by the amazing Tina!
Great place for young people