Set in the heart of Covent Garden, Sway is a key player on London's scene of late night bars and restaurants. Offering comfort and fun in stylish surroundings, Sway is a perfect choice for any celebration.
Comprising of five separate environments within one venue, Sway offers late night dining, drinking and dancing in any of our contemporary rooms and areas for up to 900 people. Private hire is also available throughout the day, subject to availability.
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Food and DrinkValid from 13 June 2016 to 11 November 2016
Only available on Tuesdays. Includes VAT, excludes service charge. Offer is pre-bookable only at £22 per person for a 90-minute slot.
Venue Details & Map
61-65 Great Queen StreetLondonWC2B 5BZ
- Public transport:
- Tube: Holborn/Covent Garden
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
- Kosher options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
- Event Facilities
- In house AV available
- Offers charity rates
What can I say about Sway. I've been here before for a meal , it was ok. This time I was roped into going to the club in the basement.
There is not much I can say about Sway. It's pretentious, some of the people that go there are pretentious. That doesn't bother. What bothered me are security. There is a cloak room for those who want to leave personal items, they charge £2 per item. If...more
The club is in the basement, lots of different rooms with its own bars. Great place to go if you just want to dance. Great fun with groups and parties.
Security strict on bags and coats on seats/floor, must check into cloakroom at £2 an item, so regulars bring a large holdall or gym bag and stuff as much into one bag so class as one item! Constant long queues at the cloakroom though either...more
Sway will either be a great night out or your worst nightmare, depending on your age and potentially social class.
Drinks are relatively cheap, people are drunk and dancing and there are a lot of hen nights happening around you. Drunk bridezillas can be scary... There's a room with a cheesy colourful dance floor that plays 80s and 90s songs and one that plays more modern RnB tracks, hip hop...more
My colleague suggested that we go to Sway on a Friday afternoon for fish and chips lunch. We originally wanted to go to Leon but the queue was so long!
When we got there, Sway was not busy and it was quiet. The waiter told us that they were having problems with their grill so certain items on the menu would not be available.
We ordered a plate of fish and chips each £8.95. The fish and chips...more
This is a great place to go for a dance on the weekends. There are so many different rooms with lots of different music genres playing that there is absolutely something for everyone. The boogie wonderland section with the lit up dance floor is always a lot of fun, though not always a lot of room to dance as it gets very busy. There is a coat check at the door which is only a pound or two per...more