Went to barcode on fridays fitlads, it really is å Fantastic space. What i like about it is the staff are very professional and friendly you always get service with å smile it has an american nyc feel to the place. The space has two dance areas with bar areas to cruise and chat in and an upstairs darkroom. The guys are hot å mix of people from all around the world lots of latin and brazians.more
OK, this place is very much a matter of individual taste I think.
For me personally it's a pretty hideous, über-commercial and trashy gay bar with loud (and largely rubbish) commercial dance music pumping out all hours. Some people may enjoy this, I really don't for the most part (slightly less bothered when amazingly drunk).
The outside terrace is a bonus in decent weather.
In summary. If...more
Love Barcode, wish we had one in Brighton. They could teach some of the bars down here some tricks.more
I visited this place on a saturday nightentrance fee of about £5 or £6 applied. It has two bar areas on the ground floor, the front was playing commercial house music and is a nice place to sit/stand, chat and watch the people come and godown the corridor is a cloak room which at the time was busy and attended by stroppy staff who charged twice for a jumper and jacket despite only using one...more
Appealing to the same clientele as it's sister bar in Soho, that of bears, skins, older guys and the more mature and relaxed, Barcode Vauxhall benefits from being in a much more modern building under the train arches.
The main bar is good-looking and reasonably sized. Early evenings are great and relaxed but expect it to get packed quite early on a weekend as it attracts those who want a...more