The Alibi is a karaoke bar with edge in East London. Their Monday 10pm karaoke night is free and boasts a different DJ every single week. Enjoy the loud music and heavy atmosphere in this underground bar
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91 Kingsland High StreetCity of LondonLondonE8 2PB
- +44 (0)20 7842 0620
Very easy to walk past this place but I am really pleased I have finally found it. Not as outright divey as reviews here may suggest but ok it's dark, low ceilings, there's no mirror in the toilet and flies may try to swim in your pint. 2 pints of blue moon for under a tenner which isn't a bargain but is ok. If you are out in dalston you have to try to pop in here.more
Pretty cool place my friends and I like to visit from time to time! Fuuun and, pretty rare in London, quite liberal and chilled. Cheap drinks and honestly not as bad as certain reviews describe it? Like it's dalston not mayfair? I've seen a few of those people wandering around who seem to have lost their way to piccadillymore
So this is not my kind of scene for a regular night out. Why you ask? Well, mostly because the entrance is made from wooden boards. Oh and it's in a basement where things naturally are dark and dingy. And if it weren't filled with music and madness it would look like something out of a horror/gangster movie.
However, every time I go here (and it's not my first rodeo) I have a great time....more
I went to the Alibi fairly recently with a friend-of-a-friend organising a DJ set. Consequently, quite happy with the music, as well as a spare room tucked away behind a corner to allow a bit of quieter conversation at times.
However, the Dive Bar-ness (especially the grossly sticky floorboards) work when you're charging Dive Bar prices. A couple of my friends complained to me, as given what...more
If you fancy a posh night, do NOT walk through this doors (or wooden boards - whatever you want to call it).
My first night here, me and my friend walked down the stairs thinking we should push the "emergency door" in order to get to the bar, when a voice from the top os the stairs yelled: "Not that door, the other one". We both thought: "What other door?" Oh well, he meant that tagged "door"...more