London: A Night on the Town



img_5187Nighttime Adventures

For many, night time is when they go to sleep, but for others, it’s when they come alive. London is a city, so it never truly sleeps. Eager adventurers can find all sorts of places to go, things to do, and people to see in London on a night on the town.

All it takes is some curiosity.



London offers every style of cuisine from mouth-watering Vietnamese street food to succulently elegant French brasseries. No matter how picky the eater, everyone will find something they’ll like.

It’s best to not decide where to go ahead of time: just walk outside and follow your nose.



Take In a Show

Those who are looking to take in a show should look no further than London’s Piccadilly Circus. Whether you’re strolling in Leicester Square or popping into M&M World, you’ll find a theater on every street corner with stories to tell.

There’s enthralling action, uproarious comedy, and melancholy dramas galore on the stages of London. Many are accompanied by glorious song and dance.

You definitely won’t regret this cultural experience.


Jazz It Up A Bit

London’s club scene is full of music, and the jazz scene is definitely no exception. Jazz enthusiasts can dance the night away throughout London in all sorts of places with live jazz music. Many of the jazz clubs have fancy dress themes, so be sure to check to see if you need a costume before hitting the town.

For some old school jazz and the presence of jazz legends, look no further than Ronnie Scott’s. The place is always packed, but the music is worth it.

It’s impossible to listen without at least tapping your feet a little.

Sweet Salutations

When the night’s coming to a close, it’s best to take it sweet and slow. Sweet tooths will agree that there’s no better way to end a night than with a little (or a lot) of dessert.

Not sure what you’re craving? Stop by Motown’s Desserts in Shoreditch: it’s got something for everybody and then some.

You’ll be surprised how hard it is to pick your favorite.


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