Clubs in Farringdon
Farringdon is slightly more famous for the Smithfield’s meat market than dance floor clubs, but there are a few exceptions of nightlife fun that put the area firmly on the party map. Clubs in Farringdon have very late opening hours (if they close at all); and many of the best DJs world-wide have found their way to the nightclubs around Farringdon station, making it the perfect place to party come the early hours of the morning.
Beduin is a Moroccan styled late-night club with party DJs who compel all guests to eventually leave the candle-lit booths and cushioned sofas for a wild spin around on the dance floor. The music is up-beat and commercial, with funk, soul and disco pop classics on Wednesdays until 3am. Fridays is about the groovy 80s music which is always a real havoc with the crowds until 4am.
Kanaloa London is a unique tiki-themed club in Farringdon where you can drink coconut cocktails amongst giant palm trees until the early hours of the morning. It’s a fun-time party bar with commercial music, late opening hours and the ultimate, South Pacific party feel.
Amber night club has four unique styled bars in one and is a City of London favourite. It has some great happy hours deals so it’s ideal for after-work but it’s also a fun option for those who like to party and dance to floor filler classics after sun-down.
When it comes to a unique dose of clubbing in Farringdon, no-one has you covered quite like The Piano Works. Pure party hustle and bustle with live musicians, dinner and dance floors to boot, this is the ultimate night out in the heart of the city. Oh, and the musicians only play songs requested by the audience, meaning no two nights are the same in this House of Song.