Bar Kick shows 3D football matches in its basement, but you won't just be watching football here – you'll be playing it too. The place is famous for table football. Book a table and spend the night competing against your mates, or enter one of the regular competitions. If you get hungry, you can select from a menu of freshly cooked dishes.
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Venue Details & Map
127 Shoreditch High StreetShadwellLondonE1 6JE
- +44 (0)20 7739 8700
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
This is a solid bar.
1. Large interior, space for groups
2. Table football
3. Massive selection, including selection of cocktails.
4. Seating outside.
Vibe: it has that youthful trendy vibe, its like your shoreditch high concept bar, but it isn't worried about seeming too cool.
1. It gets busy in the evenings, (i don't like busy)
2. The view on the outside seating... is shoreditch.more
Good atmosphere- check. Good music- check. Ample opportunity to play kick football- check. This bar has all the makings of an excellent night out. Even without the football, the bar is a good space to let your hair down and while away the hours with their £2 bottled beers (happy hour!!) and half price cocktails. The bar itself was a quirky, yet small space filled with americana. The tables and...more
A place where you go to watch the footie with a great atmosphere. Mainly filled with Spanish and Portuguese and a mix of British suits or footie fanatics. Has a downstairs too which is more spacious. I love the fussball tables and you can often find me in there trying to beat my mates. Fun vibes and a happy hour to boot with Sagres. Perfect.more
Decent bar, though drinks wise lets be honest, they're the same as every other bar. The clincher here is the table football.
Managed to get a table on a Friday at 11pm easily enough. £1 a game. Sorted if you're just out with mates for a laugh.
Really recommend this place if you're in this neck of the woods and want somewhere to go (without dancing)more
Any bar that encourages you to spend your evening playing table football is going to get a recommendation from me. A few tables upstairs however downstairs is a room packed full of tables. It seems the game is pretty popular in East London as the place always seems to be busy, even more so on a Friday or Saturday night.
They have a few TVs dotted around the place showing football most of...more