London’s Quirkiest Bars and Clubs

London nightlife offers up some of the weirdest,Guest Posting most wonderful and quirky bars and clubs in the world. If you have a taste for adventure and want to try out something completely different, come to London and let the night time exploration begin!

Candlenight Club

The Candlenight Club is tucked away in a secret London venue infused with influences from the 1920’s Jazz era. Everything about its décor is original and jazz inspired, and the venue is completely lit up by candles. There are specialised one-off cocktail menus, dance floors where patrons dance to the tunes of 1920s-inspired jazz bands, and DJs who create a vintage atmosphere with their music. It’s like stepping into a party straight out of the pages of the Great Gatsby. Be prepared to dress up and be transported into another world – this is London nightlife at its best!

Bar & Co

For something completely different, look no further than Bar & Co, a floating bar moored on the Thames. Bar & Co offers stunning views of the landmarks of London, such as the London Eye, and doubles as a restaurant as well. Open until 3 a.m. the venue also hosts private parties designed by its own creative events team.

Trailer Happiness

Targeted towards the younger London nightlife crowd, Trailer Happiness is an intimate lounge bar, den and kitchen on Portobello Road with a mid-60s California valley bachelor pad feel to it.

One of the finer cocktail bars in West London and Notting Hill, the décor is quirky and eclectic, mix and matching interesting pieces. The bar comes to life at night, filled with young Londoners looking for fun and the opportunity to try some of the great cocktails on offer. A broad spectrum of cultures meets up in this fun and very different place. There are also regular DJ nights for those who like to dance and party. Booking is recommended.

Shaka Zulu

Shaka Zulu was one of the most influential monarchs of the Zulu Kingdom in South Africa. Shaka Zulu is also the name of one of the most interesting night clubs in London!

South African inspired décor encompasses the floors, walls and ceilings, and the design has won this club numerous awards. It is a unique venue, borne out by the fact that some of their cocktails are meat-flavoured! There is even a Champagne and Oyster Bar, where you can enjoy such luxurious champagnes as Laurent-Perrier, Veuve Cliquot, Dom Perignon and Bollinger.

Located in the Stables Market in Camden, you this place boasts music covering House, Funky House, Popular R&B and Club Classics. Exotic food and African game is served throughout the night. For a serious South African cultural experience and something definitely different, this is the place to go. London nightlife just got meatier!

The Roof Gardens

For a night of glamour, The Roof Gardens is as glamorous as it comes. London’s first rooftop bar and club boasts an opulent cocktail bar, spacious dance floor, and even has a VIP room for those wanting more privacy. There are live music nights in winter as well as late-night clubbing for party animals. The club plays classics, current pop hits and remixes of big party tunes. Open Friday and Saturday nights between 10pm and 3am, booking is essential if you want to get on the guest list for access.  다낭 가라오케