After taking the UK by storm with its wild daytime party offering, Garage Brunch has come to Essex. You'll be treated to a mouthwatering two-course feast, an hour of free-flowing cocktails and an afternoon of bonkers entertainment complete with epic prizes.
Clubs in Essex
Night out in one of the county's most talked about towns? Discover the best clubs in Essex with our guide for everyone from girls after a glitzy night out and students looking to count those pennies to big groups after even bigger DJs. Whether you’re going big in Brentwood, getting raucous in Romford or cutting loose in Chelmsford, there's something for everyone.
Everyone who's listened to live music in Southend knows about Chinnerys. This part-pub, part-live music venue hosts artists from all over the world, with cover bands, up-and-coming stars and superstars from La Roux to Bowling for Soup. Their outdoor space is pretty chill in the summer too.
Southend's original nightclub is partial to the occasional A-lister dropping in for a DJ set, bringing memorable club nights to a joyous party crowd. Talk comes made up of three unique party rooms and five luxury booths, with a killer playlist and state-of-the-art LED graphic display offering a spectacular night out.
Home to one of the best boozy brunches in Essex, Faces is an unmissable club, bar and restaurant on Gants Hill. The recently-renovated space is a stunning backdrop to all of your drinking and dining, with a soundtrack of non-stop party tunes from their live DJs.
The Pink Toothbrush is one of the UK's longest-running alternative nightclubs, with the likes of Blur, Radiohead and Ice T having graced their doors. Along with the great soundtrack, people flock here for the cheap drinks and the friendliest atmosphere in town. Fridays are particularly rammed, with queues lining down the street.