Best Districts to Go Out in London


There are 262 districts in London. So, we’ve done some research and have picked out the best places for you to have a night out in London.


Brixton has lots of little bars in the market that are not the usual ‘London prices’. There is lots of variety in this district and is something for everyone. Where that’s an old traditional pub for a few pints after work, or a classy late night bar open until the early hours.




This is where the cast & crew from the famous ‘Made in Chelsea’ hang out. Whenever, I watch this program I am also keen to go to Chelsea and try out the new bars that have been on the previous episode because they all look so classy. There are some amazing restaurants and brilliant bars, including the infamous ‘Bluebird if you are want something a little more sophisticated.




This is the place to go for young professionals, the kind of place where you bump into people you know. You’ve got Clapham North, Clapham Common, Clapham South and Clapham Junction – so you’ve got plenty of bars and clubs to visit. There are plenty of happy hours to go around and lots of music.




Granted, Covent Garden is the more elite part of London but there is so much going on – how can you not pay it a visit? You’ve got the opera & theatre, culture, street performers and plenty of classy establishments to get a beverage in.

Covent Garden



Soho is where the best nightlife in London is at from the prices not being too ridiculous for London to the incredible atmosphere. You’ll see plenty of regulars in the bars who will be more than happy than to have a chinwag with you.




This area is mainly where you find young students. Not only is it up and coming, but it is cheap and a lively place to go.

Elephant and Castle



Shoreditch is another area where you will find the younger generation. It has a very arty/edgy/quirky vibe. There is a lot of live music, craft beer, whiskey and hipster food places. Apparently you will also find many a beard there as well.




Similar to Chelesa in the way that it can be expensive but is a lovely place to go for some chilled out drinks. It’s the kind of place that says ‘no to trainers’ in the club.




There are plenty of quirky places here such as ‘Drink Shop Do’ You pay to drink but also fun workshops in there you can do at the same time, such as decorating mugs, building robots or learning the single ladies dance.

Kings Cross

However, they also have bars like the Big Chill. This is a low lit, laid-back bar with sofas and a front terrace.


Why don’t you check them out and let us know what your favourite district to go out in London is!