Dstrkt club (9 Rupert Street, Central London)
Dstrkt restaurant and bar is set in Piccadilly -- the heart of London’s dining and nightlife scene. The lounge bar and the nightclub boast spectacular design put together by an army of international designers. The V.I.P area claims to have the first bar to be made of black precious stone.
Abacus (24 Cornhill, Central London)
Brash, boisterous but fun is what regulars say about Abacus in the City. A healthy dose of pop music is dished out to suit-clad young professionals enjoying after-work drinks.
Gilgamesh (The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden)
The Gilgamesh Studios is a stunning 9,000 sq ft nightclub offering opulence and luxury while maintaining style and service. Already attracting the attention of London’s A-listers, the club has VIP areas in addition to the main space. The decadent entrance is lit by candles and ornate hand-carved wood, similar to that found downstairs in the restaurant. Gilgamesh Studios has a sultry vibe, feeling personal while maintaining an essential element of space. Gilgamesh Studios is open from 10pm-2am on Friday and Saturday nights.
Lost Society (697 Wandsworth Road, Clapham Junction)
Originally a two story barn dating back to the 16th Century with many of its original features, Lost Society has become something of an institution in South West London. Since its inception in 2006, Lost Society has been committed to implementing a fun, quirky, eclectic entertainment policy. It has an intimate dining space overlooking the main bar, and also accommodates larger dining parties in the bar area.
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