What to drink?
Draught bitter is the most traditional British beer, although a rather acquired taste. It is served warm (or room temperature). Beer is served in pints or half-pints.
Bank of Friendship: My favourite pub :-)
My favourite (Irish) pub in London. Very cosy with a dog in front of the fireplace. They serve the best Guinness in the UK there I think.
Dress Code: None. An Irish or Arsenal jersey is ok ;-)
Ministry of Sound: Ministry of Sound
Saturdays(weekly) 11pm till 8am-£15/12 members .
Check web site for up to date event listings as events vary.
Dress Code: No Jeans or sneakers unless your someone special
FLUID: Cool bar
Cool Bar with Music and you can get Sushi here if you like that sort of food.
On Saturdays you will find house music played by the DJ's.
Medicine Bar: Trendy bar
Bar - Grill -Club - DJ's Club night - Food Private parties.
Trendy bar that is packed at the weekends the Dj's play house music.
O BAR: West End Bar
The O Bar is always packed with people at weekends and also week days.
They do nice cocktails and play good house music depending on the night.
There is a basement that opens only at weekends.
Uhhh...the lights are cool? The McDonald's is open 24 hours and they have a bathroom which is really nice after everything else is closed.
Have a few pints in a pub while watching a hooker sell her wares! Enough porn to satisfy even the most depraved! ...the Red Light district of London. A fun place to hang out at night.
Dress Code: Whatever!
Dinner cruise on River Thames....
Dinner cruise on River Thames.
Well, it was too long ago to remember if the food was good. The only memory was we had fun & that's most important :-)
Phene Arms: Phene Arms
A comfortable pub in Chelsea. Good beer and welcoming locals. What more could you want?
Dress Code: Come as you are.
The story of Tony Manero of...
The story of Tony Manero of Brooklyn, better known as Saturday Night Fever, is a more recent musical at the Palladium.
Cats first opened at the New...
Cats first opened at the New London theatre in 1981. An intoxicating blend of fantasy and drama, and of course the wonderful music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
I enjoyed the bars around...
I enjoyed the bars around Piccadilly Circus. If I remember well, the Zoo Bar is located there as well. Pitchers of cocktails, great fun.
Go see a musical. When we were...
Go see a musical. When we were in London, we saw 'Les Miserables' by Victor Hugo. One of the most beautiful and emotional shows I have ever seen.
Covent Garden: Covent Garden
Most of the pubs around this area are pretty good - check out upstairs at the Punch & Judy if you can get through the throng of people.
Dress Code: Any and all
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