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1. Birthdays Dalston/Psychic Burger33-35 Stoke Newington Rd, London
2. Love & Liquor34 Kilburn High Rd, , London
3. XOYO32-37 Cowper St, London
4. fabric77A Charterhouse St, London
5. McQueen55-60 Tabernacle St, , London
6. Cargo83 Rivington St, London
7. Corsica Studios4/5 Elephant Rd, London
8. Proud CamdenThe Stables Market, Camden
Birthdays Dalston houses the burger joint Psychic Burger, making up a two-story bar and entertainment venue located near the Hackney neighborhood of London.
Love & Liquor's named after a 1920s Burmese silent film, and features a huge interior with Brooklyn-esque warehouse decor, exposed brick walls, neon signage, a huge, amorous mural across the wall, and even a built-in photo booth.
Located in Shoreditch, this bar and nightclub features two floors where different DJs and live musicians set the soundtrack for off the hook dancing every night of the week.
This club's an oldie but a goodie, and's appropriately located opposite a literal meat market. And if that doesn't sell you, it's been consistently considered one of the best clubs in the world.
Opened by a life-long Steve McQueen fan, this place has three rooms dedicated to the Hollywood action hero, filled with silver fittings, leather-studded Chesterfield sofas, and oak floors.
This Shoreditch nightclub/bar/restaurant plays hosts to the city's biggest events, and is located in an urban disused railway yard.
This club space is divided into two areas, a live music and bar space, and a small studio next door. And if you're looking for some fresh air, pop out onto the terrace.
Set in the Camden stables, this club rocks high ceilings, a number of divided-off areas, stripper poles, TVs, and even a hot tub outside. And if that's not enough to keep you entertained, the live bands definitely will.