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Step through the door and be transported to an American dive bar. From the bare brick walls, tatty diner-style booths and 1950s-style leather stools to the 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign, wild boar's heads and rock and roll posters plastering the walls, details help create a certain laid-back atmosphere. Rock, blues and underground music blasts out of the old-school jukebox, and the drinking focus is on hard liquor. There’s an extensive booze selection, with an emphasis on independently produced bourbon, whiskey and rum. Draft and bottled beers are also available, along with classic cocktails makes a great contrast to Upper Street's many swanky bars.
Aces and Eights Saloon Bar is one of the best hangout spots in the city with great live music acts, talented DJs and quiz nights. It is primarily a dive bar and the basement setting adds to this feel. there is a 'boobs for booze' policy too wherein women can get free drinks by donating their lingerie to the bar. On offer are whiskey, bourbons and beer to be relished with pizzas. Rock music is played most of the time and the crowd can be found grooving to it. Enjoy cheap drinks during the daily happy hours between 6p and 8p.
This famous London cafe is known for its love of motorcycles, rock n' roll and cars. Originally a 24-hour cafe for motorists and haulers, the Ace Cafe has evolved and changed over the decades to become the popular music and motorcycle venue it is today. The cafe is filled with biker kitsch, communal tables, memorabilia, jukebox, and an always friendly crowd. Be sure to visit the website to learn more about the history of the cafe or to check out its upcoming events.