The best London boroughs for nightlife

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With almost 6,000 pubs, nightclubs and pubs spread out over London’s 32 different boroughs, finding the ideal region to bash down in during your trip into the English capital may be like finding a needle in a haystack. But out of the hipster-ridden pubs of Shoreditch, the live music venues in Camden, and the swanky cocktail bars in Soho…regardless of what kind of night you are looking for in London, you are bound to find it in a minumum of one of them the city’s boroughs.

And although every part of London provides its own little unique flair to the city’s thriving celebration scene, these borough in particular are regarded as the prime partying areas for experiencing London’s nightlife in all its glory:


Gone have been the times when Shoreditch was considered a no-go-zone in conditions of age nightlife in London, since in recent decades ravers, bohemians, indie kids and rockers have been coming from just about any corner of London only to party it up in Shoreditch — which is hands down the many party-happening region of London’s East End. There’s circus-themed pubs, beachy Brazilian or New Orleans-inspired pubs, and just a pub with a few original Banksy art on display. Yes, Shoreditch does have it all.

Worth-partying-in-bars in Shoreditch: Queen of Hoxton (1 ) Curtain Road), Village Underground (54 Holywell Lane), XOYO (32-37 Cowper Street), Nightjar (129 City Road)


If you are looking for a little live music action, there’s an array of music places to select from in this rockin’ London borough; (it was the epicentre of all London’s live music scene since the 1970s, after all). But there’s more to Camden’s nightlife than simply its live music scene. There’s canal-side bars, hip-and-happening High Street pubs, as well as a Camden bar crawl that direct one to all of the best celebration hotspots around the place as well.

Prime stains for a drink in Camden: KOKO (1A Camden High Street), Belushi’s (48-50 Camden High Street), Brewdog Camden (113 Bayham Street), Jazz Cafe (5 ) Parkway).


Soho’s nightlife is the kind of nightlife which will have you seeing stars; (literally — as celebrities are proven to celebration in this dazzling district on virtually every night of the week). Plus a number of the quirkiest drinks and cocktails are discovered in its many different cocktail bars, like pea-infused gin (Mark’s Bar Soho) as well as drinks influenced by Chinese medicine (Bun House).

Best pubs to visit in Soho: Bar Soho (23-25 Old Compton Street), Experimental Cocktail Club (13per Gerrard Street), Blind Pig (58 Poland Street), Ain’t Nothin’ But Blues Bar (20 Kingly Street)

Angel & Islington

South American-inspired pubs, Peruvian cocktails, as well as Americana spots blasting classic stone ‘n roll out of a 1950s jukebox, nearly every corner of the world is featured in these two party-happening boroughs of London. There’s a great deal of cosy quintessential English bars to select from serving massive pints and wine straight from walnut barrels, or perhaps the odd nightclubs blasting songs until the break of dawn, if that is the kind of nightlife experience that tickles your fancy.

Best nightlife haunts in Angel & Islington: The London Cocktail Club (108 Essex Road), 69 Colebrooke Row (69 Colebrooke Row), Barrio Angel (45 Essex Road), Ladybird Bar (70 Upper Street)


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