London's Best Jukebox Pubs
Recommended juke box pubs and bars in London. Believe it or not, Jukeboxes provide the entertainment in a lot of London pubs. Whether you want to have a dance to the oldies with your friends or just try somewhere a little bit different, for a night out with a fun 50's twist and some great drinks visit one of our favourite Jukebox pubs in London.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
The Famous Three Kings in Kensington is actually a popular sports bar featuring 13 screens and tons of paraphernalia. Having said that, it also has a video jukebox and great atmosphere, as well as cheap drinks and bar snacks.
Ed's Easy Diner is great for having an all-round American experience. With food, drinks and music inspired by 50's USA, Ed's Easy Diner near Piccadilly Circus is fab for grabbing a bite before hitting the best Soho bars and clubs.
Bradley's is a two-storey Spanished themed bar just a couple of minutes away from Tottenham Court Road tube station, It's favoured by the after work crowd, the busy tourists and exhausted Oxford Street shoppers. At Bradley's you'll find a all-vinyl jukebox and a mouth-watering selection of Spanish beers. One of London's best jukebox pubs.
Crobar, in the depths of Soho, calls itself London's best loved rock'n'roll bar and with its genorous selection of classic and modern rock and metal hits blaring from the Jukebox why would it not be? Check out Crobar if you're the type who'd love a ice cold beer in Soho accompanied by a cool crowd and some great music.
The Good Ship, on Kilburn High Road, is a live music venue, bar, nightclub and arts centre all rolled into one. Consider them an extension of your front room with a jukebox in, with a wide range of beers, real ale on tap, wines and spirits. Book online.