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Bars en nachtleven in Groter Londen

Beste bars

Place to shop
“Open 7 days a week. Abundant of food stalls, pubs, bars, cafes, as well as, fashion and Christmas gift ideas for sale in this world heritage site.”
  • Door 217 locals aangeraden
Movie Theater
“Really good cinema with local feel. Great bar and cafe too. Book online before you go. You can get her eby taking the W15 bus”
  • Door 231 locals aangeraden
Scenic Lookout
“Great sunset or sunrise spot! you can get in for free without booking between 7-10am and after 6pm during the week! ”
  • Door 125 locals aangeraden
Café
“The Ritzy cinema opened in 1911 and was one of England’s earliest purpose built cinemas, seating over 750 seats in the single auditorium. This beautiful Victorian cinema is a 20 minute walk from the flat.”
  • Door 218 locals aangeraden
Café
“Favourite hangout of the young and moneyed Chelsea-ites, the food at Bluebird has traditionally played second fiddle to the cocktails. Newly-appointed executive chef Simon Gregory has, thankfully, upped the kitchen’s game considerably with the likes of salt baked kohlrabi and salsify and spice roasted baby chicken now the stars of the show.”
  • Door 109 locals aangeraden
Place to shop
“world famous portobello market - featured in the film Nottinghill with Julia Roberts. An excellent place to go people watching and have a coffee and buy things from the clothes market”
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Brewery
“Craft ale made in site and the most amazing pizzas. The perfect spot for a lazy afternoon, you can watch the boats go by on the canal, listen to the DJ spin some tunes and it really doesn't feel like you're in London!! ”
  • Door 197 locals aangeraden
Movie Theater
“Independent cinema. Book a film i the room with deep and cosy sofas, you can even get a bottle of prosecco to enjoy during your film. ”
  • Door 117 locals aangeraden

Nachtclubs

Lounge
“Once London’s red light district, it’s now more mainstream though there are still a few seedier places. Lots of clubs, bars and restaurants. Shaftesbury Avenue is also home to many West End Theatres.”
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Café
“Favourite hangout of the young and moneyed Chelsea-ites, the food at Bluebird has traditionally played second fiddle to the cocktails. Newly-appointed executive chef Simon Gregory has, thankfully, upped the kitchen’s game considerably with the likes of salt baked kohlrabi and salsify and spice roasted baby chicken now the stars of the show.”
  • Door 109 locals aangeraden
Sushirestaurant
“The views here are totally insane very sophisticated & romantic be sure to make a reservation ”
  • Door 138 locals aangeraden
Cocktailbar
“This is a secret cocktail bar! Make sure you knock on the door for entry :) Or thats what we had to do last time we went there.”
  • Door 132 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Large space for food, drinks, and music. Check their website for what's on.”
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Nightclub
“Located in a former bus depot, Ministry of Sound was once the epitome of warehouse cool and is still perhaps the UK’s best-known clubbing venues: thus, any self-respecting fan of dance music in any form should visit Ministry at least once. To be honest, though, once won't be enough when you've seen the fun you can have in this gargantuan beat playground. Laid out across four dancefloors and various bars, there’s lots to explore thanks to the club's extensive refurb at the end of 2013, as well as a shift towards more underground pastures in the music programming, too.”
  • Door 85 locals aangeraden
Scandinavian Restaurant
“This bar-restaurant-club draws on a Nordic aesthetic and occupies the previously deserted old Hackney rail station. Upstairs is a music venue playing of-the-moment bands. Open late!”
  • Door 84 locals aangeraden
Gay Bar
“The stock picture is a little misleading! yes it sells pizza, but its a cocktail bar with music. there's often dancing, and it might get messy. loved by the gay community”
  • Door 99 locals aangeraden

Podia met livemuziek

Concert Hall
“Stunning Victorian building with the world famous round scene and amazing programme of concerts and entertainment throughout the year. ”
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Music Venue
“The O2 is home to the world’s most popular music, sport, comedy, entertainment and so much more. With premium outlet shopping at ICON Outlet, bars and restaurants, a multi-screen Cineworld, Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park and 12-lane Hollywood Bowl, it’s the ultimate destination. See a different side of the city by climbing the famous roof at Up at The O2 and experience incredible 360-degree views of London.”
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Performing Arts Venue
“The South Bank is a beautiflul area to explore along the river with restaurants, theatres, cinemas and market stalls. ”
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Music Venue
“One of London’s premier live music venues, the 4,921-capacity Brixton Academy has booked an unbelievable roll-call of music talent since it opened in 1983. Previously this building had been the Astoria Cinema, completed in 1929. Although the lower seating was removed when the cinema was converted in the 70s, a lot of the original neo-Renaissance details remain, like a proscenium arch, false loggia, balustrade and Corinthian columns.”
  • Door 136 locals aangeraden
Recording Studio
“Want a taste of the swingin' 60's during your stay? Abbey Road Studios is a only few minutes away and is most notable as being the 1960s' venue for innovative recording techniques adopted by the Beatles (who recorded almost all of their albums and hits there between 1962 and 1970) as well as Pink Floyd, the Hollies, among others. Perfect day out for a tour with any Beatle loving friends or family!”
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General Entertainment
“Really cosy little cinema to relax with a nice glass of wine while watching independent films. Community arts hub staging music, dance and spoken word performance, art shows and film screenings.”
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Evenementenhal
“Since 1863 Alexandra Park has offered a welcome escape for the population of London living in a rapidly expanding and overcrowded industrial city. On 24th May 1873 the opening was a roaring success but only sixteen days later the Palace was destroyed by fire. A redesigned Palace was built on the same site within two years and opened on 1 May 1875. Boasting a Concert Hall, Theatre, Circus, Racetrack, Boating Lake, extensive dining and catering options – the Park and Palace hosted the latest entertainments on a grand scale. In the contemporary spirit of Victorian social conscience, the Park and Palace also laid on educational shows alongside recreation”
  • Door 116 locals aangeraden
Music Venue
“Iconic music and arts venue in Camden - definitely check out what's on before you visit. ”
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