Kadies Club London is a stunning club located in the heart of Mayfair which, opened their doors with an extravagant opening night on the 7th of December 2017. Created by the people behind Maddox. As Maddox Club has been known for providing a lavish, exciting atmosphere for the past decade, we anticipate that Kadies London will also bring the same luxury, fun, and class. The music will put a beat in your chest, the drinks will be flowing, and fun will be had by all. This venue used to previously be Aristocrat, so if it looks familiar on the outside, don't be fooled. The mood is having a distinct shift into something much more modern and relaxed, a place where you can be yourself and have a great time with the latest music and the most fun people in London. No doubt Kadies will soon be attracting plenty of celebrity DJs to its dance floor, and many celebrity guests to its bar, just like Maddox before it! The environment looks like it was ripped straight out of a rap video, or a gangster film, I'm not going to lie. Sumptuous leather, shimmering golden décor, and abundant modern plants and glass features make you feel like you're in the home of London's elite, in their living room, in the middle of an extravagantly hedonistic house party. When the lights go down and the neon lights up you're going to be in the mood for fun, fun, fun, that's for sure. Kadies Club has become a place where celebrities come to no surprise. Kadies club has seen many celebrities. Not long ago, Idris Elba had his very own christmas party at the venue. The party pulled celebrities such as rapper Stormzy, and models such as Maya Jama to the venue. Kadies do not officially have a specific dress code, rather they want you to make an effort into wearing something creative and elaborate. Rather than posh the vibe here is style which could be anything from Rock n roll outfits to Gucci. So try out your own personal R&B or hip hop style, look edgy, look expensive, and see how it goes. Because there will be high demand to get in, we recommend avoiding the queue and booking your own table at Kadies Club, to keep the cocktails flowing and the dance moves going.
LIBERTINE If you remember 4 Winsley Street as Chinawhite Nighclub... where have you been?! In 2009 the venue was reopened under new management as Libertine London, a brand new London nightclub with an amazing atmosphere and an even more amazing guest list. What does the name even mean? What is a Libertine? A Libertine is someone who enjoys freedom, hedonism, and all the finer things in life. In that spirit, the creators of Chinawhite remodelled and restaffed their club to provide a most luxurious London nightclub experience. High tech, futuristic in a more realistic sense than sci-fi would have us believe, Libertine focuses on being the club of the future, the club where all your dreams and pleasures will come true. They promise a unique experience of luxury and fun. One of the biggest and best exclusive nightclubs in London, you will probably not get in by waiting outside the door. An ultra-modern club with three interlinked spaces, it boasts a molecular cocktail lounge named Reason & Mankind, an amazingly VIP private area out back, and plenty of space for dancing and mingling. Though you will have to ask about all the features, as secrets can be found all over Libertine Nightclub London, and not all of them are available to just anyone. See how far you can go. The interior is one of the most opulent in London, with custom-made oak tables, metallic upholstery and glowing multicolour lighting, all your senses will be overwhelmed. On one of the walls you will see a fifty foot screen projecting images and films for your entertainment. The concept is flawless, with a combined experience of inclusivity and exclusivity. Many less important clubs have been criticized for being racist or too strict about dress codes. Libertine turns that trend on its head, by admitting you based on your individual merits rather than your most superficial qualities. It doesn't matter what your race, sexuality, subculture, or background is, so long as you fit in with the beautiful, famous people who are hitting the dance floors. So long as you act like a VIP you will be treated as one. If you want to get an even higher class treatment, make sure to book yourself a table, or even book the whole London club. They will cater to your every need, whether you are booking for a private party, an afterparty, a product launch, or just to have the space all to yourself for a night. Expect first-class catering, expert staff, and, as the customer, to be always right. The atmosphere will really show who the life of the party is. On regular days you can expect to see regular performances from some of the world's most famous DJs and artists, as well as the possibility of running into well known celebrities, from actor Tom Cruise, to RnB artists, Premier League footballers, and models. Recent artists and celeb guests have included: Rihanna, Steve Aaoki, Kate Moss, Gigi Hadid, Rita Ora, Drake, Niall Horan, Jason Derulo, DJ Snake and Trey Songz to name a few. It's signature night of the week is Sunday clubbing London. But they are also open Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays to welcome their elite guests. The Libertine Club's door policy is fairly strict, and it can be very hard, if not impossible, to get in on the night. So make sure to book in advance if you want to make it in.
WARNING: Guests who bought advance tickets have been refused entry without refund.
MNKY HSE, pronounced Monkey House, is a revolutionary restaurant, cocktail bar and event space in Mayfair. It lies behind a discreet entrance at Dover street and is home to a Latin American bar and restaurant like no other, being where the typical London West End party crowd spends the weekend. The concept inspiring the new Mayfair’s venue is bringing in the cultural spirit of Latin America but giving it a funk ‘British twist’. With a focus on sensory lighting and accessories Mnky Hse acts as the HSE’s living room, the perfect place to spend the evening socializing. It offers the perfect place to spend your evening with dim lighting, low-seating and stylish accessories. The atmosphere creates a sexual, edgy glow to the room with award winning mixologists on hand to conjure you up the right cocktail be it classical or experimental to fit your evening.
MNKY HSE is set on two floors with slightly different vibe. In fact, you access the venue through a famous discreet entrance. On the ground floor (the upstairs) you will find the luxurious bar and lounge area. The design is modern, sleek, intimate with lots of mirrors. Opposite, on the lower level (the downstairs) you will find the Lain-American restaurant. This is set as an open plan kitchen where master chef is Pablo Peñalosa Nájera. Pablo has fused together traditional elements of Latin American cooking with seasonal, British style ingredients.
Late in the night, the restaurant turns into a dancing space thanks to a special set up with removable long tables (which encourage communal eating), table hopping, and also adjustable seating. It's a new concept of an amazing restaurant that gradually turns into a happening club as the DJ gradually steps up the music. We like to call it a clubstaurant. A very new popular concept that removes the need to change venue after dinner. There is a bar at ground floor with great cocktails but this place is all about the downstairs where the fun is. You need to be very #clubbable to get in. The glamorous bar sets itself with the restaurant just next door making it the perfect place for after dinner drinks or to dance the way into early hours of the morning. Bar manager, Javier Ecribano makes sure that all his Mnky Hse cocktails are presented with a South-American twist even with the menu having its own Pisco and Mezcal sections. If you're looking for something easy to drink, the Jasmine Pisco-Sour slides down with a nice texture and comes served with love-heart embellished foam and a marshmallow. The house special Mnky Business is a known favorite based on an old fashion but using Peruvian-Rum. Definitely one to warm the insides but not in the way you think as its plunged into a -80 degrees pot, infused with smoke and poured over carved ice to be served in a Erlenmeyer flask.
If you want to make sure you get into Mnky Hse, dress to impress and never turn up in trainers or casual clothes.
We consider MNKY HSE one of the best bars to spend the weekend if you do not want to get too crazy with a proper nightclub. It is in fact the perfect place to meet and actually talk with gorgeous and wealthy people. With the laid-back ambient house music and the drinks list with a taste for everyone, Mnky Hse offers you the full experience of drinks , dinner and escapism all under the same roof.
Oscars Mayfair is a Pan Asian Restaurant & Nightclub. The exclusive VIP nightclub is located on the prestigious Jermyn Street. The venue is opposite the well-known private members club Tramp so regularly attracts a very high-end clientele. The club opened in November 2021.
The exclusive venue has an upstairs restaurant and a downstairs nightclub. The beautifully designed restaurant serves the highest quality sushi and other Pan-Asian dishes. Its specialty is creating bespoke dishes for guests according to their tastes. They serve a wide range of tempura, sashimi, udon rolls, and more. Oscars also pride themselves on a fantastic selection of cocktails. The restaurant has an emerald green color theme and has a distinctly luxurious feel.
Oscars welcomes you every weekend for irresistibly sumptuous dinners and late-night parties. Treat yourself to an evening of flavor-filled Pan Asian cuisine and delicious cocktails. Dance late into the night to the sounds of incredible house music, inspired by the essence of Mýkonos and Tulum. The drinks menu is a bit more expansive and has some creative cocktails on the list for you to sip. The drink named after the restaurant, Oscars, includes flavors of gingerbread, lemon juice, orange juice, egg white, and gin, and the Birds in Paradise cocktail features a fresh hibiscus flower topped with Beluga Vodka and Champagne. For those who want to play it safe, there is also a selection of Champagnes, wines, and liquor bottles on the menu.
The music at Oscars Mayfair is mainly house music with some of the world's most influential DJs playing sets at this glamorous venue. The club itself is immaculately designed with a top-of-the-range sound system. The crowd is typical of what you’d expect at such a high-end venue – the most well-heeled, beautiful, and classy people out in London. Oscars attract many high-level A-list celebrities including Hollywood film stars and musicians, the club has also been visited by the likes of Lilly Becker and Lizzie Cundy.
The restaurant itself is designed to emanate a party atmosphere, so don't be surprised to see low or colorful lighting, velvet lounge chairs, and lots of plants. The seating area for the restaurant is set apart from the dancefloor, but both are in the same room, so expect to hear the DJ from wherever you sit. The dress code at the Oscars is smart and sexy. High heels, preferable for ladies, and smart shoes for men. No sportswear is allowed!
Oscars club looks to be the place to go for a classy night out for those wanting something a bit more special and a unique vibe compared to other Mayfair VIP clubs, they host an unforgettable night party. It is the perfect place to unwind after a long day at work or to celebrate a special occasion in style. Their team of expert staff is on hand to ensure that your every need is taken care of, and they have a selection of exclusive events that will keep you entertained all year round. If your idea of a great night involves dinner and drinks while a DJ spins house music on the decks, Oscars is the name to know! Join Oscars Mayfair, one of the hottest club nights in London with their executive chefs, fresh DJs each week, and expert mixologists! They have mastered the perfect London night out!
An iconic two-storied venue, with luxe art-deco, styled interior, and unique space, for impressive events with a true wow factor, located on Northbank, directly under Waterloo Bridge. The glamorous Gatsby-Esque venue space is split over two floors with multiple enclosed banquettes making it ideal for large-scale or more intimate events, conferences, product launches, fashion shows, film premiere after-parties, and award ceremonies. Proud Embankment, the newly reconstructed and renovated club has returned to London's nightlife in May 2021 with a classy new touch. The venue has some of the UK’s grandest and most spectacular cabaret venues, founded by the club owner and entrepreneur Alex Proud himself.
The fine dining covers a wide array of options from a delicious pan Asian menu to bottomless brunch and amenities include full sound and lighting backlink plus production equipment throughout the venue. Impress your guests with the full cabaret show - and a grand double-height atrium capable of accommodating spectacular aerial performances, or simply hire the ground floor for a fabulous feast, with a carefully curated cocktail list. Proud Embankment has really expanded to cultivate the perfect dinner-cabaret experience. It combines elements of design from East and West. Once the staff clears the tables away, the venue explodes into a dazzling nightclub with late-night shows. It takes you into the early hours of the morning.
The venue itself is right underneath Waterloo Bridge by the river, a glamorous yet dark and mysterious interior, with a large dining space. An ideal chic location, perfectly aligning itself with the theme of the club. Proud Embankment’s VIP section has nightclub-style like no other, offering an exclusive entrance to clients who would like to book private tables with bottle services.
Proud Embankment is the only place in London where the perfect dinner and the best shows segue seamlessly into a decadent late-night party. A place where you can experience world-class musicians ranging from all genres to award-winning acrobats, fire breathers, and burlesque beauties, with moulin-rouge-inspired evenings. Proud Late is highly recognized for its iconic cabaret shows, such as exotic dancers, belly dancers, and many more theatricals. It has now approached a more VIP nightclub-style, similar to the famous The Box club, offering exclusive entrance to VIP clients that can book private tables with bottle service. An example of a proper show they have had is:
ACT 1 – kinky act
Missy’s Dom act, Jess & Charlie duo wax act, Sheila sisters cat act with milk…
ACT 2 – weird acts like hair suspension/ sword swallowing
Kat ponytail aerial, Missa Blue sword swallowing, and strip, Leah Debrincat belly dance with strobe lights…
ACT 3 – highest caliber, aerial fire
Von and Charlotte duo fire, Kat and Hugo duo aerial, DeuzAiles bondage aerial topless.
They will not grant you access if you don’t comply with the Proud Embankment dress code, so make sure you strictly adhere to their rules, as you have to dress to impress. Women in heels matched with a stylish outfit, with no flat shoes. Gents need a shirt with trousers with dark elegant shoes, any sort of trainers are not accepted, unfortunately.
Prepare yourself for the most bizarre adventures under one roof. It’s a life experience that will not be forgotten. If you’re looking to spice up your weekend, look no further than Proud Embankment.
Tabu club London opened on Halloween week 2021 at the site of the previous celebrity hotspot Mahiki Mayfair on Dover Street. The club was founded by the team behind nearby Reign Showclub following their huge success in reinvigorating the London VIP club scene. Tabu London Nightclub brings you the best genuine Tokyo Nightlife experience in the heart of Mayfair. The club is set over 2 levels with each offering a different experience. Opening as a swanky cocktail lounge upstairs, this Japanese-styled bar will serve the best drinks in Mayfair, expect a relaxed atmosphere with house music that goes on until the early hours. Below, the nightclub will transport you into the back streets of Tokyo as you party in the underground world of Shinjuku. Designed like a back street alley, you will feel a million miles away from Dover Street and the sophistication you are used to.
The overall theme of Tabu takes its inspiration from the gritty, seedy backstreets of some of Asia’s most populous cities including Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Seoul. At Tabu club London, you’ll feel transported to a far away continent and a completely unique world making your experience unforgettable. On entering the club, you’ll see neon Tabu logos lighting up the staircases as you go down to each level. There are neon street signs that hang from the walls and ceilings complementing the back street vibe. The walls of the venue are featured with an 8-bit design and a retro gaming theme with interactive LED imagery. Another unique feature is the bathrooms which are decked out in black and white Manga cartoons. Once on the main club floor, you’ll see metal caged areas behind which dancers perform. There is graffiti sprawled across the walls bearing the word Tabu as well as other artistic displays. There are newspaper and magazine cuttings on the pillars to truly make you feel like you’re hanging out in the back alleys.
The club is expected to be one of the best destinations to drink and party with its game-changing atmosphere. The overall theme followed at Tabu London is all about playing and having fun. As you enter the club, live entertaining music is expected and a joyful mood is prominent in the club. The crowd at Tabu club London is as you’d expect at one of London’s most high-end clubs ranging from the elite and beautiful to A-list celebrities. Tabu London is the perfect destination for the ones who are after a whole evening’s entertainment in one place. The club offers a different kind of ambiance, with a very special concept.
A wide selection of drinks and bottle collections is available, while pizza is your go-to party food at the club. Music is a range of R&B and hip hop and other commercial music from some of the world’s top DJs.
The Tabu London dress code is sexy, elegant, and high heels for the ladies and smart casual and collared shirts and shoes for the gentlemen. The club management has the right to refuse entry when the dress code is not respected.
If you decide to give the fabulous party of Tabu a chance, we guarantee a memorable night out like no other. It is one of the newest and most popular nightclubs in London at the moment. If you end up in Mykonos make sure to check their venue there as well!
TAPE If you love fun and great music, then Tape nightclub is the place you need to be. It is one of London's best nightclubs for music lovers, and is located strategically so that party goers and clubbers can enjoy loud music all through til 3am, allowing for plenty of drinking, dancing, and socializing. It is the liveliest party you will experience in a London nightclub. It boasts internationally famous DJs, both as regular and as feature acts, and regularly attracts celebrities in music, from singers to writers to record producers. You can expect to see many famous faces in this London celebrity club. The most obvious ones will of course be music stars, but rest assured that plenty of actors, actresses, and sports stars also frequent this hottest London club. The VIP guest list can be very difficult to get on, so it's recommended to book well in advance to make sure you have a place at Club Tape. Tables are very, very limited most nights and you may not get one if you do not book. VIP tables(view table map) are basically all out by the time the doors open. That said, it is not too difficult to get in at the door most nights, even if you do have to wait a while, so if you're not worried about a table, Tape might be a great stop for last minute planners. But don't feel like this club is going to be too elite and exclusive for you to make any friends. The atmosphere is lively and friendly, and as fellow music enthusiasts, the other party goers are bound to get along great with you. It's one of the best clubs in London to meet new people, make friends, and have a great night out, even if you are hitting the town alone. You can also bring your partner or your friends for a relaxed and fun night of dancing. The music is always ahead of the trends, boasting what is hot, new, and either exploding, or just about to explode. You will be ready for all the new tunes if you become a regular at the Tape Club. Of late the music is combining hip hop and pop, but it is flexible and changes depending on trends and tastes. Whatever you hear in Tape London will be hitting the charts, though, there's no doubt about that. Because of the astonishingly good setup, the music can be heard in every corner of the room, and the quality is just superb. If you need a great sound experience, look no further. The lights are also perfect: very flattering, not too harsh for sensitive eyes, and ideal for the music. Tape Club is a great place to book for a promotion or a product launch, as it attracts all the most energetic people and has all the best equipment for promoting your goods, whatever they are. There is a great spread of information among promoters and club guests, giving your product the kick start it deserves. Tape Club is definitely not a one night experience. Because of the fantastic variety of music and themes, you will want to stop by a few times to get a proper feel for the place, and if you are a local you may find that the Tape Club becomes your regular spot for a night of drinking, dancing, and fun. Many people find after just a night or two that they do not want to go to any other night club, because the mood and fun at Tape is just flawless. There is never a dull moment in Tape. Also, if you ever get invited to a mini club inside called Little Tape, then go for it. Experience of a lifetime.
A world of theatrical dining in Soho, where there is no edge to the stage. Great Windmill Street took its name from a Windmill that once stood there in the 18th century. In 1909 the site became one of the first cinemas in London named ‘Palais De Luxe’. The Windmill brings a new definition to immersive theatre. This is ‘dinner and a show' for the here-and-now. Once a 320-seater theatre that hosted nude tableaux vivants and the likes of Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles, The Windmill was famously kept open throughout the Second World War by original proprietor Laura Henderson. The venue closed temporarily in 2018 and was reborn as The Windmill Soho, the venue opened its famous doors once again in July 2021. The 350-capacity venue features a main stage surrounded by a ground-floor dining area and overlooked by an upstairs bar that serves bespoke cocktails and food courtesy of their executive chef. You can book a theatrical dining experience, showcasing mesmerizing never-seen-before performances alongside an immersive dining menu designed by Michelin-starred Chef Andrew Mcleish and a creative cocktail list by celebrated mixologist Andy Mil. It’s dining in Soho as you’ve never seen it before.
The Show is curated exclusively for The Windmill. Featuring a variety of burlesque, magic, circus, comedy, and song. Along with spectacular immersive and digital theatre, you have to see it, to believe it! After the show, the lights dim down and the music turns up. There is no strict theme to the food at the main restaurant. Instead, familiar favourites with a good hit of luxury seem to be the order of the day. Lavish sashimi platters sit alongside indulgent offerings like Atilius Oscietra Caviar and fresh ceviche. Other combinations from the chef include tuna and black sesame tacos, truffle Parmesan taglioni, and crab spaghetti. Elsewhere there is whole grilled Dover sole, Wagyu beef sliders, and a roast rack of lamb to choose between. The dessert menu comes with a playful twist and offers up treats like white chocolate and vanilla lollipops with popping candy, proving sweet shop tricks aren’t just for the kids.
The cocktail list is themed around the history of the building and drinks feature extravagant garnishes and ingredients. Aside from the food and drinks, the main space is obviously a huge draw here, and guests are treated to interiors decked out in deep purples, blues and reds. You can expect art deco-inspired touches as well as the use of high-end materials like gilding and velvet fabrics for a nod to a bygone era.
Set across three floors the newly revamped venue will feature The Theatre, which will act as the main restaurant, The Palais De Luxe, a grand upstairs bar, and The Royal Box, a sumptuous private room. Outside, of course, The Windmill’s recognizable neon sign will continue to tower over the street.
In regards to the dress code, we ask that guests are smartly dressed in no sportswear or hoodies. They do not allow fancy dress! Casual wear is best!