West End Clubs
There is and will always be a multitude of potential alcohol related shenanigans to be had in London but no area in town has quite the variety that the West End has. Whether it is a cheesy, cocktail themed, smart, casual or live music night; the West End nightclub scene can accommodate you. This is all topped by the varying venues proximity to one another (usually a walking distance). Check out our recommendations for the best West End Clubs.
Last updated on 6th June 2017
Thirst is warm, fun and independently owned late night cocktail bar in the heart of Soho. The large pavements allow for al fresco drinking and easy street access. The extensive cocktail list will keep you very satisfied and the happy and silly prices mean you're wallet will not receive too much of a pounding. The bar is open six days a week and to the wee hours of the night so there is always something fun happening at Thirst.
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Like many West End Clubs, Gem Bar is an extremely versatile venue. There is a real trend in London at the moment with all purpose sites; a place for lunch, dinner, happy hour cocktails and dancing into the late early hours. Gem is one such place. Expect to dance away to the latest commercial tracks, sip fantastic cocktails and party until 3am.
West End Clubs are usually the first port of call for celebrations and Strawberry Moons is one of the best places in town for this. Whether it's a birthday, hen party, anniversary or any celebration; Strawberry Moons has all the ingredients to make the event a special one. Prepare to enjoy tribute bands, burlesque shows, 50% happy hours and boogying to the cheesiest 70s, 80s, 90s and modern classics. Capped off with great cocktails and a lively environment, Strawberry Moons is a great West End Club for any event.
There are very few West End clubs quite like Tiger Tiger. Just a short walk form Piccadilly Circus Tiger Tiger is a multi tasking super club. The options at Tiger Tiger are what really set it apart. Not only can they accommodate those who just want to eat, drink, and party or all three; but also they have varying versions of each option.
There are many West End clubs that purport to have a wide range of cocktails but fail to hit the mark; Club 49 on Greek Street in Soho is not one such place. Wit a monumental cocktail list of more than 50, you know your needs will be satisfied. And if somehow the cocktail you want is not on the list, ask the staff and they will make anything you want.
A feature Ruby Blue has, much to the envy of many West End Clubs, is the view. Not only this but Ruby Blue has a very affordable restaurant menu should you want a bite to eat before the partying begins. A live pianist to help kick start their night will serenade diners. This is particularly inviting to the post-theatre crowd who want somewhere to relax after a show and before the clubbing commences. Ruby Blue is an unpretentious and friendly place in the West End and more importantly goes easy on the wallet.
Clubbing in Central London is one of the most enviable ways to spend the night, but don't miss out on this gem. Host to some of the most unusual themed rooms in the city, book your table in one of their quirky spaces and get set for unique interiors, late night partying and commercial hits well on into the night.
Clubbing in the West End but looking for a venue that combines glamour, happy hours and dancing to boot? Then in Jewel you should trust. Found in the heart of Piccadilly Circus and providing the party backdrop for a late night out, head on down for VIP spaces, dancing and more.