It’s generally easy to have a good night out when visiting a city centre – especially abroad – but sometimes people want something a bit different to make the night special and so begins the hunt for bars with that little extra to them.
One great city to have such a night in is London. Millions pass through the streets of England’s capital each year and they’ll be many who are there for a bit of tourism and to make the best of their time there.
During the day, it’ll be easy to visit the main tourist attractions; Tower Bridge, The Mall and Buckingham Palace, Canary Wharf and St Paul’s Cathedral, but when it gets to night time and the mood changes, you really have to think where to go in order to take advantage of what a place like London has to offer.
There are plenty of hidden gems in England’s hub and some have pretty special elements and themes to make them unique.
Just up the road from Piccadilly Circus and deep in the centre of Soho is Lucky Voice Soho, one of several types of venue across the UK, where as well as having a great bar, there are also fantastic private karaoke booths for your entertainment.
The bar is perfect for birthdays, hen parties and stag dos, but really, you don’t need any reason other than to have a great time in a social and lively environment. There are always plenty of offers and events on, and as well as drinks, there is a great food menu, with the capacity to order both direct to your table. For more information you can always have a look at bars Soho with Luckvoice.co.uk.
Not too far away is a bar called Urban Golf. The bar is placed within a former print works and has since been been converted into a chic cocktail bar and lounge with a twist.
As well as the bar and stylish surroundings, Urban Golf has a handful of state of the art golf simulators that are incredibly accurate and react to exactly how you’ve hit your shot. Real courses are included, with St. Andrews, Pebble Beach and TPC Sawgrass all available.
Another take on a themed bar is Maggie’s Club on Fulham Road in Knightsbridge, where everything is 80s orientated; even the name of the club is based on infamous UK Prime Minster Margret Thatcher.
The club is laced with 80s paraphernalia and iconic images. The DJ plays a great array of music from the era and the bartenders are all donned in outfits resembling Tom Cruise’s character in Topgun, whilst guests sit on giant Rubik’s cubes.
About the Author: Sam Bisby writes for Luckyvoice.co.uk who have karaoke bars all over the UK ranging from bars Islington to Glasgow, Scotland, all with private karaoke rooms that can hold up to 15 people.