How To Have An Amazing Night Out In London

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After having a stressful day, you may want to visit some of the night attractions that are plentiful in London. No matter what your tastes and desires are there is bound to be a place for you in the London nightlife. Here are some of the best places I found out to visit while on a night out.


Clubs

London boasts of an array of top notch clubs with excellent interior designs that are bound to take your breath away. Different clubs have different themes every day of the week meaning that you can never run out of places to hunt for your fantasies.

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Among the clubs that have thrived well in creating the Ibiza experience in the heart of London is Pacha. To achieve this Pacha flies in the best European DJ’s and this shows in a hefty price tag at the entrance. Filled with glitter balls and chandeliers, Pacha’s interior is made out of original oak panelling and elegant stained glass. It is located in an old 1920s building behind the Victoria station. The elegance in Pacha is also reflected by the dressing of its crowd so it is necessary to dress to impress here.

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With a reputation that has mostly been built on diversity and willingness to showcase new talent as well as planning different themes for different nights is another club called Fabric. Built on the site of a Victorian meat cellar, Fabric is not into the habit of flying in high calibre DJ’s. However, it has different themes organised for certain nights. The more riveting themes include the Fabriclive hosted on Fridays that features the biggest names in indie, electro and drum and bass genres and Sunday night that indulges the partygoers. Not until around 3 am does the real partying starts but it is well worth the wait.

Hidden Bars and Restaurants

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Back in 5 minutes is an intimate restaurant and private dining room from The Disappearing Dining Club. Hidden behind a clothes shop on Brick Lane, the restaurant offers a variety of European delicacies like the potted meat with sourdough, smoked chicken hearts with apple and walnut slaw among others.

For those that have a quirky night life, there are certain restaurants and bars that are disguised as sex shops or hidden within wardrobes that could serve as your spot.

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For those that are in the mood for an exotic cocktail then Calloon Callay would be the place for you. It has an ambitious and regularly changed array of mouth-watering cocktails. Some of the more renowned cocktails served at this venue include the Electric Lady land and the Coca cola crocodile.

Visiting these spectacular places will guarantee a return visit and a time of your night to remember. It is however advised that whenever one is going out for an eventful night in London whether a citizen or a tourist you should desist from driving. This will help avoid trouble with the authorities that could result into your UK driving licence being taken away. You could instead ask for a cab or have a chauffeur at hand. So stay safe and have a ball of a time!

Author Bio: Olive Wright is a passionate freelance writer who enjoys dining out and partying in London.

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