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Lads Night Out in London
Whoever is put in charge of organising the next boys night out in London should take a gander at this list of some of the best bars and clubs for late night partying. Whether you are after cheap drinks, somewhere to indulge in some pool or beer pong, hunking burgers or just a great party spot, we have you more than covered, chaps.
When it comes to a top lads night out in London, there's no bar quite like a German beer hall. Not only do they promise one of the most rambunctious nights in the city, their barrels of beer, regular live music nights and Bavarian beer girls will keep you coming back for more.
For a night of drinking, dancing and raucous partying, head to Bar Rumba, a late night club just by Leicester Square that is always a popular choice for a lads night out in London. With great drinks deals, happy hours, free and guest list entry for group bookings, this is one of the best clubs for large groups in London.
Just a stones throw away from Oxford Street, Nordic is a Scandinavian Bar that offers everything you need for a lads night out in London. With cheap drinks and a DJ spinning tracks until the wee hours of the morning, you can party on until late and still leave with money in your pocket!
If there's any bar in Shoreditch that's a bit of a lad's pad, it's Bar Kick. Not only do they have cheap beer (and cheaper in the happy hour still), but also they've got table football tables and 3D live football playing in the basement.
Wanna spend those hard-earned pounds? Experience an evening of pure luxury at the world's most famous gentleman's club. Stringfellows promises nothing other that opulence with its fine food, drink and entertainment until the early hours, it's no surprise celebrities love it.
For a healthy dose of retro, head down to Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes on your next lads night out in London and challenge your mates to a game of bowling. If you get hungry or thirsty, cocktails, shakes and burgers are available to keep your energy levels up. This is one of our favourite spots for large groups in London, and is great for a boys night out, so book online now.
To be found just off from Oxford Street, Loop Bar is another popular choice for a lads night out in London. With fantastic happy hour deals, a vibrant look and lots of party goers, this is the place to go for a cheap and cheerful boys night out.
If you and the lads need a place to truly get a session in, you've always got McGettigan's. Not only do they offer all the drinks and Irish/pub food you could need, there's big screens playing the sport, and live music for afterwards, keeping the atmosphere constantly buzzing.
Reckon you and your mates have a little competitive spirit in you? Then there's one place that not only promises to keep the entertainment on high, they're quirky to boot. Join the neon innards of Bounce Old Street for ping-pong, pints and plenty more.
Kick off your lads' night out in London with a trip to Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel's exclusive rooftop space. Here, you'll be treated to a gentlemen's afternoon tea with a Japanese twist, including Wagyu beef sliders, slow-cooked pork Hirata buns, and the venue's signature whiskey and Davidoff cigar pairing to finish.
Grab the lads and head on over to Blingo for a night you won't forget. This hip hop bingo comedy show will have you in stitches with its potty-mouthed pensioner Grandma Flash hosting a range of dance offs and lip sync battles.
Take your boys night out over to Shoreditch with 93 Feet East, where they're throwing open their doors for 2 for 1 happy hour cocktails, followed by top tunes from the DJs. Think show-stopping performances interspersed with disco and Ibiza house tracks.
If you want a lad's night out with Las Vegas style, the only choice has to be the Empire Casino. There's four stylish bars, one delicious, Pan-Asian restaurant and the glamour of being in the ultimate lad's destination, but in the West End instead. There's also tonnes of games to play too.
Nestled on the ever-trendy Shoreditch High Street, Matchbox is a cocktail den that serves both signature and classic cocktails with a smile. Armed with a line-up of potent spirits and a few 55-inch plasma screen TVs spread across its two floors, the bar hopes to couple great cocktails with watching live sport.