13 "Dancing" restaurants in London.
A huge open-air events space in Tottenham with a holiday feel, Costa Del Tottenham is a great shout for boozy summer fun.
One of London’s most iconic live music venues, The George Tavern is a pub that’s perfect for a memorable evening.
Super-club and live music venue, Heaven is one of the most famous LGBTQ spots in the world.
Mascara Bar is the closest thing north London has to a dive bar. It’s unpretentious, open until 3am, and there are occasional live ‘performances’.
If you’re after a big night out involving The Strokes’ discography, head for The Lexington in Islington.
If you’re looking for somewhere to dance in Notting Hill, this place has got you covered.
A 1940s themed bar in Soho, Cahoots is where you should be going for a seriously vintage night of fun.
Night Tales is a lively terrace bar and club open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays.
The Heron is an old-school pub in Paddington with a brilliant Thai restaurant downstairs.
The Arts Theatre Club is all about old school Soho glamour, creative cocktails, and speakeasy fun.
Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues is a great bar in Soho that’s all about booze, bands, and, shockingly, blues.
Peckham Levels in a creative space in an old car park in Peckham, with loads of different food and drink options.