Dalston Superstore is a diverse and eclectic LGBT venue and a jewel in the crown of Dalston’s nightlife scene. This hedonistic venue is known for bringing some of the world’s greatest DJs to a diverse crowd of fun-loving party people from London and beyond. A cafe by day and club by night, it offers events ranging from a bonkers pub quiz gameshow to drag queen-hosted brunch parties and club nights nearly every day of the week.
Venue Details & Map
117 Kingsland RoadLondonE8 2PB
- +44 (0)20 7254 2273
Top 5 reviews of Dalston Superstore
Popped in on a Saturday night for a quick drink and ended up spending the night there. It was incredible how quickly it turned from a sitting down/speakeasy affair to a freakin' party. Think disco and classy deep house for tunes.
I'd recommend it for starting or finishing your night, you'll have fun! more
Other than it having too few toilets (resulting in lengthy queues even if folk double up) this plays host to a pleasantly crowded and utterly random night out.
Getting served at the bar was probably no worse than a lot of other places in the 23:00 - 02:00 slot but the overall atmosphere was just a lot more chilled out.
No idea really what tunes were being played as they were consumed in the... more
So I won't lie, I was slightly blurry when I went here on Friday but I don't think that's just because of the alcohol. The place itself is a blur of noise, colour and people - not that this is a bad thing, it's just what sticks out in my mind.
There was a barman that was an absolute dream - sadly I can't remember his name but he had the most amazing afro and he really was a diamond. Quick... more
Cute venue in Dalston area for drinks, coffee, brunch. A lot of young gay people having fun here all day long or even on special nights. more
Saturday's mornings are made for my laundry, a bit of house cleaning and catching up on TV. Sometimes there is even room in there for nursing a hangover from hell. Prior to one of my visits to Matalan in Dalston, i needed to line my stomach for the ridiculous amount of time I spend in there, so it was time for some brunch. Rather than go for the never-ending supply of Turkish food cafes, I... more