Top 8 places to meet singles in London!
Looking for somewhere new to meet other single people in London? Why not try these top 8 places!
1. Steam and Rye
Oozing 1940s Hollywood glamour fused with influences from the Wild West, you’ll be transported back in time as you walk through the door.
If you’re looking for a fabulous evening that includes dinner, drink and dancing in one dazzling location, with DJs, live bands, dancers and the UK’s only mechanical bull, then Steam and Rye makes for an exhilarating night out!
With a host of celebrity fans regularly attending the very eclectic venue, this is somewhere you will definitely want to be seen!
147 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4QT
2. The Book Club
Located in a former Victorian warehouse in the popular area of Shoreditch, during the day The Book Club functions as a homely café serving great coffee and snacks but by night it transforms to incorporate a relaxed lounge area upstairs whilst downstairs hosts hugely popular club nights.
There are a number of events organised throughout the week, including informative talks, life drawing, lunchtime discos, video game nights, live bands and well known DJs.
So whether you want to grab some mouth-watering pancakes for breakfast, sip some afternoon cocktails or have a memorable night out, The Book Club is sure to have plenty of appealing activities and events to entice you there.
100-106, Leonard St, London, EC2A 4XS
3. The Old Queens Head
Hosting an eclectic variety of events including live music, socials, parties, quiz nights, live comedy and plays, alongside a designated room for karaoke; the Old Queens Head certainly accommodates everyone.
Choose from a great range of ales, wines and cocktails or order some pub grub from their menu. The kitchen is currently run by pop up Lucky Chip, serving a selection of delicious burgers, sides and snacks throughout the week including traditional roasts on Sundays.
The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Rd, Islington, London, N1 8LN
4. Hot Tub Cinema
Prearranged at numerous locations across London, Hot Tub Cinema will undeniably give you a night out to remember.
Showing a diverse assortment of movies from old school classics to more modern favourites, there is sure to be something to entice you.
Hot Tub speed dating events have also been organised so if this is something you would like to try then keep your eyes peeled.
Or if you don’t fancy getting your kit off, check out Pillow Cinema, where the hot tubs are replaced with giant beanbags and blankets – also held in several locations across the city.
Launched in 2012 and located on the exact site where the game of Ping Pong was invented, Bounce combines the century old game with delicious food and an extensive cocktail menu.
With 17 bespoke ping pong tables, including both the London 2012 Olympic final table and the 2012 World Championship final table, raised restaurant seating for up to 95 diners and cocktail bar, Bounce has established itself as the largest social ping pong club.
Their “Balls to Dating” singles nights are packed full of fun and games for dating with a difference.
121 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD
This modern interpretation of an American Diner boasts a number of restaurants all over the city, many of which are open until the early hours. Whether you fancy a burger, waffles, or want to try one (or two!) of their marvellous selection of milkshakes, they can cater for your cravings!
If you’re looking for fast food with a twist then pop along for a spot of lunch, dinner or a late night snack or even grab something to take away – it’s all made fresh to order.
You can find Pond nestled down a hidden track in a grand Victorian warehouse in the centre of Dalston. Presenting an exciting selection of Hawaiian food, it offers something very different.
Hawaiian cooking has developed enormously through the years and has progressed into a new, enticing style of food. Focusing on tantalising flavours and attractive presentation, Pond is head and shoulders above the rest and certainly worth a try.
It also plays host to “Happy Endings Dessert Nights” for which diners can pre book and are able to enjoy a 5 course menu of – you guessed it – desserts!
Unit G2, Stamford Works, 3 Gillett Street, Dalston, East London, N16 8JH
Evening events are held at the Victoria and Albert and Natural History Museums on the last Friday of every month and the Science Museum holds its after hours events on the last Wednesday of every month.
All Late events are free entry but tickets must be purchased for exhibitions. With live performances, films, installations, debates, special guests, DJs, Silent Disco and workshops, most with food and drink available, these are nights you’ll definitely want to be first in line for!
Events run from generally from 18:30-22:00 and are on a first come first served basis so make sure you get there early!
Cromwell Road, London, SW7 2RL
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