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In 1964 Marquee Clubs was established in the height of the era which gave us David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, and The Sex Pistols. This amazing brand gave us over two decades of great music before closing its doors on the London Music Channel in 1988. It then transformed into Mezzo, which has since been re-opened in 2016 as 100 Wardour St.
With such a rich musical history behind it, there is no wonder that 100 Wardour Street Club London is the perfect venue for all occasions. The ground floor at 100 Wardour St is a stylish and cozy bar and lounge which provides food and cocktails all day long. Depending on the menu you can select any delectable drinks and snacks you like, from home-made granola to Thai beef noodles, buttermilk chicken to juices.
Drop down to the basement for a surprisingly lavish London music club. This is pretty standard for what you expect to see in a fun, indulgent Soho nightclub, but a bit of a break from the more relaxed daytime atmosphere upstairs. It draws on the beautiful heritage of the Marquee Club London with its classic décor meeting modern installations and music.
If you want to stop by for a bite at night, the Playroom London is a comfortable place set up for some tasty food and great drinks between episodes of partying and dancing. With a head chef like Jonas Karlsson, who owns a 2AA rosette, you should expect nothing but the finest food, from the freshly ground coffee to the delicious pancakes.
Any time of day the 100 Wardour Street provides an escape from your everyday life, a nice little refuge from the rest of London.
Five nights a week the basement of the 100 Wardour St lights up with amazing DJs, and every Saturday night live music echoes throughout the venue. There is a wide range of styles
accommodated, from acoustic piano every Monday to Tuesday jazz, and motown on Wednesdays to 90s and 00s on Thursday. At the weekend you can expect the very best of soul, funk, pop, and dance, ready to get yourself moving on the dance floor. In Soho's musical tradition, they are committed to finding the best talent and showcasing it, no matter what the artist or genre.
At 100 Wardour St, their dress code is smart casual. They welcome and encourage a broad range of styles, however, they advise guests not to wear shorts with sports shoes, beachwear dresses, flip-flops and other sportswear. Their door staff has all the rights to refuse entry to visitors if their attire
does not reflect or match the above.
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