Mumbai Bluu is a friendly modern bar with an Eastern theme. The bar is fully air conditioned and has the option of an outside garden area with heaters for the cool evenings.
Monday to Thursday: 11:00 am to Midnight
Friday to Saturday: 11:00 am to 2:00 am
Sunday: 12:00 am to Midnight
Evolve Nightclub has been refurbished and expanded to three rooms, each with their own individual style. Ranging from mainstream chart music, 60's 70's & 80's retro, through to upfront dance music and stand up comedy and live acts, throughout the week. The club is popular with students on a Thursday.
Baroque takes its ideas from the current fashion of large open spaces mixed with intimate hideaways that are not so hidden as to mean you do not feel part of the environment. Polished floorboards and friendly bar staff.
Whether it’s cocktails of pints; the quality is excellent.
this place has been taken over from pacific rim and the manager has done a top job of napalming the chavs out. Grind Leamingtons well establish collective have started to run dance events there, playing funk, breaks and quaility ambient. as well as this they have employed a live band promoter to run events mid week. The Owner has recently falked out for a new full p.a system.
The atmosphere in this place is so refreshing, no chavs no aggro and i think they may of assembled the new dream team. Late liscense, good beer and a serious crack
Dress Code: no dress code here but as i said the chav look dont go down to well lol
After the bars, the only respectable place to go for the likes of me is Sugar. The maximum acceptable age seems to be mid-30s, and most people are a lot younger. The music can often be very good, with excellent djs, but the sound system is appalling. They make up for it by turning the volume up to the max, which means that your ears will be ringing the next day. The noise level is probably illegal in several countries of the world, if not in England itself. Expect to hear hip-hop, dance, techno and related music.
Dress Code: Smart Casual
North of the river you will find a much higher class of pubs and clubs, complete with bouncers to ensure a uniformity of smart-casual wear. Cheapest of the big ones is the popular Benjamin Satchwell's, named after some local dignatory, which supplies beer at extraordinary low prices for its central location, and without any music at all; just the sound of people shouting. Another couple of favoured drinking holes to the north are the Sozzled Sausage and the Moo Bar. The Sausage is more relaxed of the two, and the Moo is definitely a place where you need to dress to impress.
The drinking scene in Leamington changes year in year out. Good places go bad, bad places suddenly become good. South of the river, by the Parish Church, has a lot of drinker's bars, where beer is cheap and dress codes are not enforced. Among the best of these is the student hide-out of the Jug and Jester. The Town House used to be good, but is faltering now, as is Kelly's, which is hidden in the dubious looking industrial zone near the canal.
Good quality club for a town (rather than a city) that has name DJs play most weeks and decent residents.
Excellent design although far too handy with the smoke!
Downstairs is a more chilled room with diff DJ. Gets really crowded and can be a bit cliquey.
Best of the lot in Leam - the rest are pick up joints - but that might be your thing...I'm not a nightlife fascist!
Dress Code: Trendy, or you won't get in!
You like you made an effort, even if it's the right trainers and T-shirt.
Great cocktails good selection of spirits, music superb,
open late most evenings ,
if your into your sports this is the bar for you .
Dress Code: casual is the norm but suits are seen in this place