When you are in London, a girl’s night doesn’t need to be the same old pre-drinks and a party. While you can still indulge in both, here are a few more unique places you should visit for your next night on the town.
First on the list, why not combine a cold bottle of Prosecco with an intense but entertaining game of electric shuffleboard? Electric Shuffle uses a clever combination of cameras and computers to take regular shuffleboard to a new level.
You can indulge in one of their many delicious tapas-style dishes and cocktails when you aren’t playing. Get your girls and pack your pod vapes; this is one of the best places to start your night.
The Cauldron offers a unique take on the standard pre-drink event. Instead of simply being served cocktails and drinks, you can take on the role of a potions master, combining the fun and excitement of molecular magic, with a delicious drink.
While you do need to book in advance as seating is limited, this is the perfect place to enjoy a unique and interactive cocktail-making experience.
Found down an unassuming flight of steps and under the streets of Soho, Cahoots is an underground station-themed bardecorated in the style of the early 1900s. This small but ultra-cozy space even features a fake train carriage.
Cahoots offers a wide range of drinks and cocktails, many served in unique cups and glasses. It isn’t the cheapest place to have a drink or two, but the experience is worth the visit.
The Alchemist is another molecular gastronomy-styled bar serving up some incredibly unique drinks, most of which you probably have never heard of or tasted. With multiple locations dotted around the city, you can easily find a table.
On the menu is a range of different drinks, all prepared uniquely and served in their own glass. Plus, there is a color-changing drink that is easily one of the most aesthetically pleasing creations in the world of cocktails.
If you are in the mood for a party and dancing the night away, then look no further than the world-famous Fabric LIVE. The club has hosted a plethora of the best DJs and has also been the site of some of the greatest parties the city has ever seen.
Whether you love Drum and Bass or want to lose yourself to uplifting techno, Fabric has something for everyone, no matter what you enjoy. Plus, with a closing time of 7 am on a Saturday, you can party until the sun rises.
If you and your friends love to sing or simply want somewhere to have a bit of fun, head to Karaoke Box. As the name implies, this karaoke bar offers private rooms for you and your friends to let loose on the mic for a couple of hours.
When you aren’t singing, Karaoke Box offers a great range of food and drinks, which will keep you fueled throughout your time there.
Don’t take the name too seriously; Swingers is all about one thing and one thing only: crazy golf. With a vintage theme and several fun but challenging holes, Swingers is the perfect night out whether you love golf or not.
When you are done playing, you can enjoy a delicious street food dish, and to top it all off, there are unlimited drinks, which do come with a food and drink booking fee of course.
Ballie Ballerson aims to do two things: serve up great cocktails and let you have the time of your life in their ball pit. Yes, you read that right: when you visit Ballie’s, you can connect with your inner child again in their barside ball pit.
This is also not a ball pit you have experienced before, they are massive, and with over a million balls filling them. With a backdrop of R&B and House beats filling the air, Ballie’s is a cocktail bar you need to visit.
Cluequest Escape Room
Escape rooms are highly popular and all the rage for a reason. Not only do you need to your wits, but you need to put your problem-solving skills to the test to ensure you finish a Cleuquest escape room in less than 60 minutes.
While games can get tense, and an argument is never too far away, an escape room is a great way to work together with your friends to achieve your goal and to celebrate with a drink afterward.
The London Dungeons
The London Dungeons adds a new twist to the history of the city. This interactive tour allows you to get up close and personal with the interesting and sometimes gory past of London. With live actors added into the mix, learning about history has never been this one.
Don’t forget to book, as there is limited space for all the tours; they book up quickly as this is easily one of the most popular tourist spots around.