Visitors to London can spend many hours travelling on the tube or attempting to hail a taxi, only to find themselves loitering on the street whilst the gates of a club are closed in their faces. Although late night clubs can be difficult to find, there are plenty around the city that stay open just long enough for you to enjoy a traditional English breakfast on the journey home. Finding these clubs can be difficult as many of the most famous and well respected establishments in the city seem to take the limelight.
Egg is known for hosting some of the most respected DJ’s in the world. It is situated near Kings Cross St. Pancras tube station which is within easy reach of both the West and East of London. The venue itself stays open all night on Saturdays, closing at 10am on Sunday mornings. The large capacity dance floor is perfect for those who enjoy a lively atmosphere.
Fabric is located in the Barbican district and hosts some of the city’s best underground DJ’s. The club itself has something for everybody, regardless of age, and has multiple dance floors to accommodate a broad selection of musical tastes. It stays open until 6am on Saturday mornings and 8am on Sunday mornings, allowing clubbers to journey home on the tube after a night out.
Bar Italia has been around since the 80’s and is one of the only places in the city that stays open 24/7. Regardless of the time or day of the week people can grab a bite to eat and enjoy a vast selection of fine cocktails. The bar is centrally located in Tottenham Court Road and is within easy walking distance of many of the city’s most loved attractions, making it perfect for people who want to explore the West End.