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With this post we give you not only the best decorated and architectural bars, but also the best spots to have fun in London. Follow our tips and let us know if you had fun!
Bounce Club has a great concept. Here you can’t drink a shot without playing some Ping Pong. Bounce is verifiably located on the very same site on which the game of ‘ping pong’ was first created and patented in 1901.
Roxy is a basement bar and club in Central London. The decoration is minimalistic and fun, and the mood is to party with your friends in style.
Set in a glorious three story Georgian heritage site in the corner of historic Covent Garden Piazza, 21 London serves a modern Italian menu in our cosy vaulted restaurant Downstairs and on the airy Terrace outside. On the first floor they have our glittering cocktail bar, the Print Room. They also offer a warm, dynamic venue in the heart of theatre land, perfect for any celebration, intimate or extravagant, cosy or colossal.
At Covent Garden Cocktail Club you can choose from many different cocktails which one it fits your mood at the time, relax and enjoy the mood of this fantastic bar.
“Why don’t you slip out of those wet clothers and into a dry Martini” Charles Butterworth 1936