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Our guide to London: Nightclubs

 

Café de Paris

A swanky club/bar and restaurant which regularly plays hosts to fashion shows, private parties and album launches. An impressively lavish ballroom setting reinforces the air of exclusivity, while music and food are both suitably self-assured.  Undeniably good fun. Expect high prices.  Indeed, the most rewarding (and mirth inducing) part of a visit to Café de Paris is listening in on the posh, beautiful folk who mix it with legions of less affluent folk.

3 Coventry Street, W1 – Tel: 020-7734 7700 – Tube: Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus

Cargo

A great bar, restaurant and club, which is set to bring a healthy dose of style and glamour.  Housed underneath three viaducts named M, D and F (short for music, drink and food), Cargo’s features regular events.  Live music seven days a week.

83 Rivington Street, EC2 – Tel: 020-7739 3440 – Tube: Old Street

Equinox

Equinox is a large tourist venue located in the heart of London’s Leicester Square.  Features DJ sets with commercial dance grooves.

Leicester Square, WC2 – Tel: 020-7437 1446 – Tube: Leicester Square

Fabric

Opened in 1999, the building was a Victorian meat cellar (it stands opposite Smithfield meat market).  Holding over 2,500 people, Fabric has three separate rooms, two of which have stages for live acts.  A feature of the club is its vibrating floor in room One, known as a “bodysonic” dance floor.  Music genres vary from hip hop, drum & bass, electro, house and techno.  Get there early to avoid a long queue.  If you’re a serious dance music fan, there really isn’t a better venue!

77a Charterhouse Street, EC1 – Tel: 020-7490 0444 – Tube: Farringdon

Ministry of Sound

Ministry of Sound’s London nightclub was the brainchild of DJ Justin Berkman who wanted to create London’s first club devoted to the American house music scenes of New York, Chicago and Detroit.  Today, the club remains at the forefront of the global dance music scene with DJs playing mix sets every Friday and Saturday night.  The club comprises five main areas: the Bar, the Baby Box, the VIP, the Loft and the Box.

103 Gaunt Street, SE1 – Tel: 020-7378 6528 – Tube: Elephant & Castle

Salsa!

Authentic Latin music venue bringing all the colour, style and culture of Central and South America under one roof.  A truly Latin experience!

96 Charring Cross Road, W1 – Tel: 020-7379 3277 – Tube: Tottenham Court Road

Sound

Spread across five floors, choose from the Tomato Bar with its Italian red leather upholstory, the Balcony or the usually packed Ivory Room.  Attracting a diverse crowd, the atmosphere is laid back and the music varies from funky house, RnB to commercial club tracks.

Leicester Square, W1 – Tel: 020-7287 1010 – Tube: Leicester Square