Best Clubs in London 2019

If there's one place you can find your clubbing Nirvana, it's in London. Home to some of the biggest, most notorious and iconic places to party in the world, our top picks will take you on a tour of some amazing. From basement clubs and dive bars with the best in DJs to mega nightclubs and VIP parties, check out our recommendations for the best clubs in London.

Last updated on 2nd April 2019


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Another big-hitter in the world of London clubbing comes in the form of Old Street's XOYO. This two-floored party haven welcomes crowds of music-lovers who flock from right across London and beyond. With a stellar reputation for drawing top name DJs and a scintillating sound and light display, this is a stand out spot for clubbing in London if you like your house, techno and disco jams.


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Notorious among the London clubbing crowd and a popular pull for East London, Cargo has a big reputation for bringing some of the best nightlife to the city. If it's DJs and dancing you're after until the early hours of the morning, Cargo have got you covered. Boasting one of East London's biggest decked gardens too, you can socialise and really make a night of it at this East London club. 

This March and April, fans of 90s hip hop and RnB are in for a real treat, thanks to the team behind the legendary Supa Dupa Fly events. Having drawn in artists like Disclosure and Professor Green, the upcoming events will see live music performances from DJ Pied Piper, CJ Beatz and Emily Rawson. Grab your mates, grab a drink at the bar and dance away all your troubles at one of these huge London club nights.


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Having taken over what was originally Plan B in Brixton, Phonox comes to SW9 from the same team behind the huge clubbing stalwarts XOYO and The Nest. Their Friday night philosophy is a simple one; one Funktion One sound system, one dance floor and one DJ all night, whether that be someone plucked from the rising ranks of local DJs or someone straight from the international circuit. This is one of the best London clubs for seeing huge DJ talent.

The Grand

495 user reviews 4

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The huge Victorian theatre converted into one of SW's biggest London clubs makes it into our round up of the best places to go out in London in 2016. With club nights hosted every weekend, you'll find everyone from students to raucous adults congrtegating here for a fun night of big beats, late nights and alcohol fuelled dancing. 


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Voted in as the DMN public's best all-in-one venue in Hackney, Oslo is a true pillar of east London partying. Located inside the redeveloped Hackney Central rail station, fill up on a delicious array of food and drinks then hang around for a late-night party, with an exciting mix of live music and DJ sets reigning long into the night.


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Hidden away in the luxurious confines of South Kensington, Montezuma is an inconspicuous underground den for dancing into the night with a clutch of London's finest party goers. You'll find a playlist of deep house and techno sounding out here with a state of the art lighting system to create one cool club atmosphere making it a no brainer for anyone after some VIP clubbing in London. 

Packed full of amazing music, people and experiences, Cargo is one of the capital's hottest party spots every night of the week. With awesome events kicking off all the time, it's one of the best clubs in London.

Cirque le Soir

14 user reviews 3

London's playground for some dark and twisted sex appeal, Cirque le Soir is a notorious nightlife spot for over the top entertainment. Frequented by celebrities and known for going all out when it comes to x-rated performances Cirque le Soir has earned its place in our top picks for the best London clubs of 2016. 

| blagclub | Kensington

42 user reviews 5

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Try a little something snazzy when it comes to London clubbing, courtesy of Blagclub in Kensington. A sophisticated wonderland of VIP spaces, private booths and top notch DJs, head on down for high-end drinks, dancing and more. 

Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

47 user reviews 4

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The holiest of matrimonies between food and drink, Blues Kitchen is a movement taking London by storm where the flavours of the American Deep South are racked up alongside a live stage of entertainment. If you're partial to music of the Blues, Jazz and Soul persuasion then this is your place to go clubbing in London. Feast on meat and then hit the dance floor. Boom. 

Taking over the spot that was once Proud Camden comes FEST. They're already making their mark on the North London venue with top DJs, Grease singalongs, and wild club nights.


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The place that has birthed the biggest retro clubbing culture London has ever seen. Get ready to whip out your best girl and boy band moves, Spice Girl tributes and to bathe in glitter, this is Infernos. Known for throwing some ultimate cheese-fest of club nights, Infernos is one of the best London clubs for a riot of a night out complete with a pop soundtrack. 


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A hot bed for South American partying and punchy cocktails, Floripa is a playground for London clubbing nights. Thriving with Brazilian flare and a bohemian style, hedonists rejoice coming here when they find a Latino wonderland of DJs, salsa dancing and late night romps. Bop out to some of the hottest tunes in London right here. 

The Hoxton Pony

48 user reviews 4

Ride it, my pony... With the words of Ginuwine's sweet sweet song on the mind, The Hoxton Pony is a piece of fun London clubbing where you can get down and dirty in East London. Bringing a bit of graffiti grime to your night out, the colourful space of this club makes for a thumping night out of big tunes heavy on the bass. 

Shaka Zulu

35 user reviews 3

Hot from the horizons of South Africa, Shaka Zulu is one of Camden's mega restaurant clubs in London where you can dine, drink and dance among a collection of statues, safari art and African inspired décor. Shaka Zulu offers a completely unique clubbing experience in London where you can revel in a bit of luxury, late nights and great music. 

The Old Queen's Head

27 user reviews 4

All cocktails are £5 every Wednesday!

Rough and ready and fitting the get-up of your typical boozer, The Old Queen's Head is actually everything but. A place where late nights thrive and live music pumps out across the weekends, you'll catch everything from A-list DJs to rising band talent. The Old Queen's Head is the place to go if you're looking for some edgy nights out at one of north London's best clubs.