Top Five Hidden Night Clubs in London
Ah clubbing in London. I’ve had my share of reckless nights trying to find the best place to hang out with my buddies. We would frequent all the regular popular clubs. While the experience is almost always fun, there is a sense that we have gone complacent. We therefore decided that for the next month, we would go to a new bar on the weekends and hopefully find some hidden gems. Indeed we did.
If you prefer a cozier place that is ideal for intimate conversations, the Lounge Bohemia is the place for you. The atmosphere of this 70s style bar is one that is full of secrets and filled with soft whispers of passion. It is a place for people to get close and get to know each other intimately. If you are with a bunch of blokes, steer clear of this place. Then later on come back with a lady friend.
1e Great Eastern Street, EC2 Mon-Sat 6pm-midnight;
Sun 6pm-11pm; beer £3.10, glass of wine £3.60.
Excitement is exactly what we found in this ultra modern and absolutely fantastic night club. This is the place you want to go to if you want to have an amazing experience for the night. It has everything for everybody. There are secret corners for lovebirds and a cool bar for people finding others. The place is like a vacation in itself and is perfect for people to blow off some steam.
Rivington Street, EC2 Mon-Wed 5pm-11pm; Thurs midday-11pm; Fri-Sat midday-1am; Sun 6pm-11pm; beer £4, glass of wine £4.75
New Evaristo Club
We wanted to experience something with a little bit of history and we found one in this club. The New Evaristo Club used to be a brothel and that in itself made things a little bit more exciting than others. The style of the place still looks as if it was a gentleman’s club. For sure there were still a lot of women and if you happen to be able to get one to like you, never joke to her that you picked her up in a brothel.
57 Greek Street, W10 (020 7437 9536), times vary; £3 for a beer or glass of wine
Oliver’s Jazz and Piano Bar
Tired of having seen too much but heard too little, we were happy to relax in Oliver’s Jazz and Piano Bar. The place was not as dapper as the other but it shouldn’t be in any case. The music is what brings people here and if you’re up for some cool tunes, this is your place.
9 Nevada Street, SE10, beer £2.80, glass of wine £3.50
Lastly we found a sort of an indie scene in the Shunt Lounge. It was a very relaxed crowd that frequented this lounge. People had an easy-going feel as if people just wanted to be there for the sake of it. We ourselves got into the mood and stayed there and listened to some piano playing as well.
20 Joiner Street, SE1 6pm-3.30am Mon-Sat; beer £3.50, glass of wine £4