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Bars and nightlife in London Borough of Lambeth

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Café
“The Ritzy cinema opened in 1911 and was one of England’s earliest purpose built cinemas, seating over 750 seats in the single auditorium. This beautiful Victorian cinema is a 20 minute walk from the flat.”
  • 217 locals recommend
Nightclub
“Established in 1991, this flagship London club has spawned a record label and countless multimedia outlets since then, but still remains a key destination for dedicated clubbers in the capital. Some of the world's biggest DJs regularly play here alongside up-and-coming acts in various rooms, so if you're seeking a big night out in Elephant and Castle, there's nowhere better.”
  • 85 locals recommend
Cinema
“A lovely local cinema showing all the latest films - the best bit? It's got a bar so you can enjoy the film with a glass of wine or beer!”
  • 96 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
“££ - Our favourite food spot in the area - authentic Spanish tapas food, amazing wine. No booking required, however it is always crowded due to it’s popularity and small space, so do come early”
  • 80 locals recommend
Gastropub
“A New York inspired brasserie and late night cocktail bar, serving the creative neighbourhood on Bermondsey street since 2006.”
  • 75 locals recommend
Pub
“Great food and drinks, lovely decor and atmosphere, 1min walk from the flat.”
  • 77 locals recommend
Café
“Lots of great antiques to look at. It is like a museum and there is a nice restaurant next to it”
  • 69 locals recommend
Wine Bar
“19th-century wine bar in candlelit, vaulted cellars with original Dickensian-style décor, cheeseboards and port galore!”
  • 70 locals recommend

Nightclubs

Nightclub
“Established in 1991, this flagship London club has spawned a record label and countless multimedia outlets since then, but still remains a key destination for dedicated clubbers in the capital. Some of the world's biggest DJs regularly play here alongside up-and-coming acts in various rooms, so if you're seeking a big night out in Elephant and Castle, there's nowhere better.”
  • 85 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“ Classic French cooking and nightly music in a 2-floor art deco brasserie modelled on 1920s Paris.”
  • 48 locals recommend
BBQ Restaurant
“This Brixton branch - on Acre Lane - is one of three Blues Kitchens in London. The others are in Camden and Shoreditch. Each follows the same theme - food of a southern American bent served to a soundtrack of live music. And while the music of the moniker does play more than a small part on the music programme, it's not all about the blues. Expect, too, swing, soul, bluegrass and Motown. There's usually something on every night of the week. The food menu takes in classic Deep South dishes, with New Orleans gumbo, catfish jambalaya, Texan brisket, St Louis pork rib and a creole bean burger and jerk chicken salads also feature. ”
  • 26 locals recommend
Gay Bar
“Former Victorian music hall turned gay stalwart, hosting weekly club nights and cabaret drag acts”
  • 36 locals recommend
Pub
“The Bedford is back. First built in 1931, this magnificent venue has recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment to create an unrivalled pub, club, restaurant, live music and entertainment venue plus 15 stunning boutique bedrooms.”
  • 34 locals recommend
Nightclub
“An infamous night club in Central London :) If you want an energetic nightout and a proper party, you should try Tiger Tiger.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Jazz Club
“Live jazz, soul and funk set in a well thought out venue serving great food? There are a few good choices to be had in London. But those in the know have, for the last six years, been heading to SW16. With a varied programme of British and International artists, this intimate 250 capacity venue has quickly earned its reputation as one of the finest live venues in town, scooping up the prestigious Parliamentary Jazz Live Music Venue of the Year award along the way!”
  • 21 locals recommend
Nightclub
“You'll mingle with top celebs and socialite. Mahiki is one of top clubs in the world. ”
  • 9 locals recommend

Music venues

Performing Arts Venue
“The South Bank is a beautiflul area to explore along the river with restaurants, theatres, cinemas and market stalls. ”
  • 198 locals recommend
Music Venue
“One of London’s premier live music venues, the 4,921-capacity Brixton Academy has booked an unbelievable roll-call of music talent since it opened in 1983. Previously this building had been the Astoria Cinema, completed in 1929. Although the lower seating was removed when the cinema was converted in the 70s, a lot of the original neo-Renaissance details remain, like a proscenium arch, false loggia, balustrade and Corinthian columns.”
  • 136 locals recommend
Performing Arts Venue
“There’s always something going on down there, food markets, live music, games, buskers, always different ”
  • 56 locals recommend
Music Venue
“A great pub with huge outdoor area, huge indoor area, and live music and food. Opens late. Very popular in Summer. Try to arrive before the queues get long.”
  • 68 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“Some free concerts, other major concerts, large buzzy foyer always something going on ”
  • 38 locals recommend
Nightclub
“iconic venue, great bands, take 322 bus from outside gipsy hill train station into brixton ”
  • 26 locals recommend
Music Venue
“One of my favourite clubs in London. Electronic music. Only 30min taxi ride to the flat.”
  • 28 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“The Royal Festival Hall is a 2,500-seat concert, dance and talks venue within Southbank Centre in London. It is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, not far from Hungerford Bridge, in the London Borough of Lambeth. It is a Grade I listed building, the first post-war building to become so protected (in 1981).The London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are resident in the hall.”
  • 22 locals recommend
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