Venue Details & Map
129-131 City RoadShoreditchLondonEC1V 1JB
- +44 (0)20 7253 4101
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
Looks like a random door. If you are near Old Street station and fancy something a little different, you should try this place. You may need to book ahead of time though as you are usually quizzed on the door if you have made a booking.
If you do get in, you are taking downstairs to an underground bar you didn't know existed, it is one of the jazz speakeasy bars.
The guy playing the piano...more
This review is a year and 5 months late.
I went to London with my friend during the week of my birthday. (January 31st) Since this was the last day we were in town, we decided months before hand to reserve two seats. We absolutley LOVED our time there. The band was great, the food and especially all the different drinks. I highly recommend this for a party of 2 to 4!more
When I decided to get on with writing my first review in more than two years, I wanted it to be one of a place I felt strongly about. That implied either a 1 star or a 5 star. But since I am such a positive person, I will start with the good example.
I first heard of Nightjar when I saw that it was ranked 3 in a CNN list of best bars in the world last year. Since it was located pretty close to...more
Very disappointed with Nightjar. Had heard really great things, but it fell down on several levels:
1: Service was very inattentive and incredibly slow. Waiting 15 minutes for each cocktail order.
2. They charged a £8 weekend cover charge which was not mentioned when we booked the table.
3: It was incredibly cramped in the section that catered for tables for 2.
4: Most importantly, the...more
A friend brought us here after midnight on a Saturday. We were skeptical, standing in the short queue at the door with little indication of what was to come. After stepping inside and then down into the basement, it was really cool to step into a different world.
The Jazz and Blues band perform live at this hour and the crowd was really into it. The tables were filled with rather dapper folk,...more