London at Night
London is a greatly diverse city with a plethora of attractions to keep you occupied and entertained during the day, but it’s at night when London really comes into its own. There is something for everyone, regardless of your personal taste - whether you enjoy a quiet drink, African cuisine or want to boogie the night away.
London is a melting pot of different cultures and along with that comes a whole variety of top quality restaurants. You may love the authentic taste of chow mein from Chinatown or the variety of British specialities such as Welsh Rarebit or haddock and chips from Carey Lane in St Pauls. Gow’s Fish Restaurant combines traditional, classic dishes with modern techniques to give a truly unforgettable fine dining experience when combined with a carefully selected wine. With such an array of fantastic eating establishments, one thing's for sure, in London there is somewhere for everyone.
Probably the greatest selection of venues in London is its bars. Whether you are looking for a cosy quiet drink, or to start a big night out, you will never be disappointed. Personalising everything that they say about Soho, Bar Soho in Old Compton Street has in abundance. With its Gentleman’s club feel, it is a bar which will leave you appreciating the more sinful side of life. Babble Mayfair offers a relaxed and stylish bar to enjoy with friends.
From dark and pokey rock clubs, to smokey Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club to the enormous Ministry of Sound nightclub, London has a place for everyone to enjoy some late night drinks and to dance the night away. The multi-coloured dance floor of Amber sets the perfect tone for this disco themed nightclub or Kanaloa offers the best in tropical drinks and cocktails in a tiki inspired deco, obviously accompanied by a sun kissed soundtrack for those looking for a fun evening.
Whatever you are looking for in London’s nightlife, you will find it. There is no end to London’s diversity and this is encapsulated in its array of restaurants, bars and nightclubs each running their own London events.