Step into this cool bar inspired by the 1960s, 1970s Kung Fu. This funky theme bar is home to hundreds of arcade games. Enjoy a cool drink at PimpShuei as you refresh your gaming skills with the Kung Fu and Martial Arts based arcade games offered here. With a limited yet creative cocktail list, PimpShuei offers a wide range of spirits to choose from. You are in for an exhilarating time as the games and drinks are accompanied by great music!
Located in the bustling Covent Garden, The Harp brews a selection of delicious real ales and ciders that would be perfect to pair with their homemade baguettes and sausages. The pub has a charming and cozy interior with wooden furnishings and a relaxed ambiance. It is a popular spot among beer enthusiasts and locals looking for a classic pub experience. With its friendly staff, excellent drink choices, and welcoming atmosphere, The Harp is a favorite destination for beer lovers visiting Covent Garden.
Chic and glamorous, Artesian at The Langham sports stunning interiors that combine Asian influences with modern touches. The bar's celebrated designer, David Collins, has settled for nothing less than luxurious. One look at the cocktail menu, and you'll understand why the bar is consistently ranked among the best bars in the world, year after year. Choose from an extensive menu of classics as well as some delightfully original creations. When it comes to drinks, no detail is spared, including ice which is made using a special process to complement your drink. Less than perfect is not an option here.
Satan's Whiskers is a devilishly cool hipster bar with a penchant for cocktails. Suiting its title well, the bar features mounted skulls and taxidermy animal pieces for decor. The bar’s menu of classic cocktails is highlighted by the signature offering, Satan’s Whiskers. Guests here sip stellar libations while swinging to old school hip-hop spun by local DJs. There is a good selection of gourmet-esque pub grub available.
The world famous Ministry of Sound is one of London's hippest nightspots. It suffered a bit of a slump in popularity in the late 1990s, but has returned with a vengeance. The fame of this luxury venue is now so widespread and truly international that MoS (as it is commonly referred to) even offers numerous compilation CD remixes of Ministry club anthems. The venue itself has four dance floors and several bars, and draws famous DJs from around the globe.
Corsica Studios consistently holds some of the city's most extreme underground music parties. The different spaces within the Studios can be hired for hosting private or public functions. The hi-tech DJ equipment, sound amplifiers, screens, projectors, and stage completely take care of music and entertainment at the venue. A warehouse-style venue, the establishment has a well-stocked bar for thirsty visitors, superb service, a proper dance floor, and even regularly hosts live performances that make entrance into Corsica a highly sought-after ticket.
The Open House Cafe, located at Saint Paul's Parish Centre, offers delicious nourishing meals at reasonable rates. Members and non-members always drop in for a refreshing hot cup of coffee. The cafe has volunteers who are always ready to lend a ear to people's woes and help them through their dilemma. The cafe also hosts various musical concerts. Patrons can enjoy some soothing music as they much on their snacks.
Chez Chow is a cocktail bar situated in the basement of the French bistro North Audley Cantine. This bar serves Asian-inspired tapas along with innovative cocktails. It has the distinct vibe of a speakeasy and is sprinkled with vintage knick-knacks, including large maps in wooden frames hung on the walls. An exotic Asian bamboo dresser greets you at the doorway, while elegant chimes and crystal chandeliers breath sophistication into the lounge. Enjoy slow-cooked baby back ribs and popcorn shrimp along with concoctions like Madame Chow infused with vermouth and Portobello Road gin. You can also try the Stone-Bass Sang Chow Bow, a dish composed of little gem lettuce stuffed with Atlantic Wreckfish Tartare, and seasoned with coriander, lime and pepper. This lounge was named for the owner's dog, Teddy the Chow Chow, who used the basement as a resting place before its conversion into a bar.
Victory Mansion is a cocktail bar in East London. The restaurant opened with a purpose to bring in to light the literature and food that has altered the face of the city over the century. The place has an elegant setting with wooden furnishings and various artifacts on display to complement. They also have a 70s themed basement which is reserved for private parties and other events. Lamb Chops and Pumpkin Fritters as well as Beatnikka and Big Sur being some of the popular items from their food and drinks menu respectively.