As the sun dips below the London skyline, the city transforms into a realm of endless possibilities. Here’s your passport to a different side of the city’s nightlife.
The Comedy Store: The Comedy Store on Oxendon Street is the holy grail for comedy enthusiasts. This centrally located venue hosts world-class stand-up acts that’ll have you in stitches. The atmosphere is electric, and the laughter is infectious.
Interested? – Find Out More. (link – https://london.thecomedystore.co.uk/)
Stomp To – 1a Oxendon Street, London, SW1Y 4EE
Leake Street Arches: If you’re staying at Native Bankside, take a short walk to Leake Street Arches. These are eight former railway arches that adjoin London’s longest legal graffiti wall and have been brought back to life with a collection of restaurants, bars and entertainment spaces focused on celebrating urban culture.
Interested? – Find Out More. (link – https://www.leakestreetarches.london/)
Stomp To – Leake St, London SE1 8SW
Mercato Metropolitano: Near Native Mayfair, Mercato Metropolitano is a converted church that is home to a collection of sustainable, authentic food, offering two floors of worldwide cuisine. Mercato Metropolitano brings diverse food practices and ingredients from different countries and cultures into urban spaces. The building hosts a rooftop terrace, wine cellar, German craft brewery and community hub, and its historic architecture makes it a one-of-a-kind attraction to visit.
Interested? – Find Out More. (link – https://mercatometropolitano.com/)
Stomp To – St Mark’s, North Audley Street, London, W1K 6ZA
Leadenhall Market: A stone’s throw away from Native King’s Wardrobe, Leadenhall Market is a vibrant and charming marketplace with a distinctive blend of boutiques, shops, restaurants, and bars. Dating back to the 14th century, its stunning architecture and unique selection of establishments make it a hidden gem for those seeking a unique experience in a historical setting.
Interested? – Find Out More. (link – https://leadenhallmarket.co.uk/)
Stomp To – Gracechurch Street, London, EC3V 1LT
The Cheese Bar: Near Native Hyde Park, The Cheese Bar is a cosy restaurant on a canal boat offering rooftop seating and an entirely cheese-based menu. All dishes are freshly made and accompanied by a range of natural wines, local craft beer, spirits and cocktails.
Interested? – Find Out More. (link – https://www.thecheesebar.com/paddington/)
Stomp To – Paddington Basin, Sheldon Square, London, W2 6DL
There are many things to get up to in London after sunset. Whether you’re giggling at a comedy club, strolling around a market or dining on a canal boat, the city of London has an abundance of things to get up to.