London is one of the best cities in the world, there really is no question about this. It has something to offer that no other city can match, such as attractions, culture history and nightlife. I wanted to take this opportunity to talk more about what you can do in London and how you can get the most out of enjoying the nightlife on your next trip there. Here is my guide to the London nightlife.
There is nothing like starting off an evening with a great meal and it should definitely enjoy something nice in a city as beautiful as London. London is a culinary place for sure and there is something to suit everyone’s needs. There are many high class restaurants like the Fat Duck or Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, but there are so many other options like a beautiful curry on Brick Lane, or even just some more low key options that can satisfy anyones hunger. If you are looking for someone to accompany you to dinner you could always call one of the stunning Bayswater Escorts.
There are many places to head out in London and there is quite literally something for every kind of taste. Remember that London is a very multicultural place, so expect to have fun in places like XOYO, Electric Brixton or Bussey Building (the rooftop bar section is amazing). If you are more of a bar person, simply read on.
Bars draw the line between pubs and clubs and bars are one of my favourite places to enjoy the London nightlife. Not so loud that you can talk, but with plenty of atmosphere. These are extremely fun places to head out and get a quality drink and I would highly recommend visiting Bar Termini in Soho, the Blind Pit or Coach and Horses (also in Soho). London is literally filled with bars, so you only need to go looking and I can guarantee that you will find something. A special mention must also go to East London, which is a treasure trove for bars.
Pubs are another way to get your nightlife fix with a much more relaxed atmosphere. You can talk, drink and enjoy the atmosphere. Pubs are always a great starting point, but are also a place where you could easily spend a bit more time if you wanted to. Pubs also serve food, which can definitely be an advantage when you are looking to combine your dinner plans with some great beer or drinks too! Don’t forget to try some great ales or an ice cold cider on a hot day.