83 Rivington St, London EC2A 3AY, UK – 020 7739 3440
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
One of my first choices in London for going out. The location is so cool and the music is great. I can´t tell why there are so many negative reviews. Every time I went there, it was amazing! Only at one point I agree is that it´s crowded and expensive if you try to enter the club after 11 pm. The best you can do is to go there early, so you neither have to queue nor to pay entrance. :D
256-260 Old St, London EC1V 9DD, UK – 020 7251 6136
Amazing vibe and lights inside the club with kind of 80s aura. If you want to jump into jacuzzi after dancing - this is the place ;) It's very unique. There's a big dance floor (lot of space) and even the pool. Never seen anything like that. 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
Open til 7am, which is amazing. Huge swimming pool area and lots of seating available. Drinks aren't expensive. Music could be better. Toilets were surprisingly clean for a nightclub!
7 Torrens Street 1st floor, London EC1V 1NQ, UK – 020 7278 9081
Most wonderful, community spirited place. Amazing staff, ethically run, true to it's roots. It's an institution, and an amazing industrial space that can be dressed to suit any event type, from classy weddings to rock nights, to obscure places for film sets. I pray it never closes, as it truly is one of the reasons I moved to London! x
Small but amazing venue, friendly staff and good atmosphere. Been there for very first time. Hope I will come back again some day.
1 Duke St Hill, London SE1 2SW, UK – 020 3291 3251
A sports bar right next to one of Britain's busiest railway stations. A recipe for an insanely packed and miserable experience. Not quite. While not the prettiest bar in London it had a great vibe with 3 separate pool tables, one table tennis table and a punch bag machine (warning, this is insanely addictive and I lost a lot of money on this thing). Be aware that you'll almost definitely need to reserve in advance for tables. On top of this, more TV screens than you'd ever need showing the main sporting events. They also have a great deal going on for cocktails - two for one from 2 - 8pm. A few things let it down for me. The size of the main bar is a bit small and they need more serving staff (due to the length of time it takes to make cocktails). The fact that you need to book in advance for tables is annoying. Thirdly, the staff are quite lax about kicking people off of tables once their allocated slot is up. Furthermore, there are no real ales on tap. Overall I had a good time here and would not shy on going back.
A sports bar that turns into a club on the weekends. Not a great fan bit I can see why some people may enjoy this place. The drinks are pretty standard prices for a place this close to the city but the quality of the cocktails are variable.
135 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JE, UK – 020 7739 3440
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.
Over-loud and soulless sports bar. If the sports bar had been decorated by a drag queen. Weird but not in a fun way.
218 Kennington Rd, London SE11 4DA, UK – 0114 284 4365
43 Old Jamaica Rd, London SE16 4TE, UK – 020 7237 3788
I absolutely loved it. And my little one had such amazing time. Lots of different stations of interest to keep the kids entertained. Great way to make the little ones burn some energy.
Great youth centre. Lots of different activities. Cheap too.
Coxson Place, Druid St, London SE1 2EZ, UK – 020 7407 0093
My Daugherty goes the swimming lesson here, she absolutely love it.
Went to cast my vote here. Nice place.
Alford House, Aveline St, Lambeth, London SE11 5DQ, UK – 020 7735 1519
Great place for young people
All youth clubs are amazing