Things to do for Trendsters in London 

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  • 21

    The Vortex Jazz Club

    4 reviews

    The Vortex is a great jazz venue in Dalston with live music seven nights a week. Situated on a big square, it feels almost European in its capacity for hanging about sipping wine. Usually full of hip Dalston and Stokey residents, and moderately priced. Fun!

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  • 22

    Worship Street Whistling Shop

    2 reviews

    London's latest teachers pet is found in the form of an underground bar in Shoreditch. Inspired by Gangs of New York slash Victorian era it sounds gimmicky but this place is done well, they call it hard core traditional British 19th Century, whatever that is. They're not new to the game; this is the next trick up their sleeve after ...

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  • 23

    69 Colebrooke Row

    8 reviews

    It’s a struggle to find, but when you see a lantern above a door you'll know you’re in the right place. New York Prohibition era is the vibe, with a piano in the corner which they break out on jazz nights (Thursdays and Sundays). Tony is the dashing mixologist behind one of London’s best hangouts. Watching T-bone and his team ...

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  • 24


    15 reviews

    It might sound totally outrageous but the toilets at Sketch are legendary and as soon as you ascend the white stone steps to lavatory heaven you will know why. My tip for Sketch is the afternoon tea. Watch Central London go by as you sit in the luxurious lounge and take your time with friends in this immaculately designed restaurant ...

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  • 25

    Trafalgar Square

    303 reviews

    Great spending time here. Climb the lions, sit by the fountains or go to the national/portrait galleries

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  • 26

    The Stables Market

    9 reviews

    Located in Camden Town, The Stables Market is park of the large market area in Camden. The Stables has lots of cute little interesting and unique souvenirs and trinkets.

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  • 27

    Abbey Road Crossing

    4 reviews

    I've never actually physically been there but anyone can visit the spot virtually via Earthcam ( and watch people recreate the famous Beatles image at all time of the day and night!

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  • 28

    Victoria and Albert Museum

    72 reviews

    Wow! I didn't have high expectations but this place was incredible! It was massive!!! With a huge courtyard in the center. The collection was one of the most impressive I have ever seen. They had everything from silver to fabrics from all around the world and through out time. Really amazing!

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  • 29

    Notting Hill

    70 reviews

    Notting Hill is a trendy little neighborhood, including a public cooking school by Jamie Oliver. Check out a location guide to the movie Notting Hill before you go so you can find them as you walk around.

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  • 30

    Regent Street

    36 reviews

    The fighting of the crowd continues (see review of Oxford Street), as I turn from Oxford on to Regent Street for slightly more exquisite shops for my shopaholic shopping spree.

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  • 31

    Old Spitalfields Market

    27 reviews

    Lovely stalls, lots of handmade clothes and homeware/art

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  • 32

    Experimental Cocktail Club

    8 reviews

    Gerard Street is hectic Chinatown, so you’ll be pleased to find the ECC’s shabby chic black door with the wash of red paint. It certainly isn't obvious, and from the outside certainly doesn’t look like London’s hottest new hangout. Set over 2 stories of a townhouse, with good beats in the background, the vibe is super laid back Parisian cool. ...

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  • 33

    Oxford Street

    46 reviews

    As a bona fide shopaholic (amongst other "holic" things), I must fight the crowd and do a shopping spree on Oxford Street. High street fashion is good value and aplenty here! Let the bargain hunting begin!

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  • 34

    Callooh Callay

    7 reviews

    OMG there's a bar through a cupboard! (do say this, the staff aren't bored of it at all). Welcome to Narnia people, or as close as you're going to get to Lewis Carroll / Alice in this part of town. It's surrealist chic, old gramophones decorate the window bays, exotic light shades are shaped like bunches of grapes, and even ...

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  • 35

    Speed Communications

    5 reviews

    Woohoo with the Gogobot London Street Team! Orientation meeting! Fantastic staff and very professional!

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  • 36

    The Comedy Store

    3 reviews

    Been here a couple of times, on both occasions to see the resident improv group, The Comedy Store Players. The group consists of Andy Smart, Paul Merton, Neil Mullarkey, Richard Vranch, Josie Lawrence and Lee Simpson. On both occasions it has been simply brilliant! Great audience participation, hilarious outcomes and scenarios, all on top of an amazing atmosphere with bar ...

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  • 37

    Southbank Centre

    10 reviews

    Wow great place to stroll and view the city! Cool art pieces outside as well!

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  • 38

    South Kensington

    2 reviews

    I absolute adore the neighborhood of South Ken. There are many cute shops, cafes, and restaurants. It is not too touristy yet it is very convenient to get about on the tube or the bus that has lines running right along it. When I lived in London, this is the area where I called home and I have to say ...

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  • 39

    Serpentine Gallery

    10 reviews

    Right in the middle of Kensington Gardens The Serpentine Gallery is small but perfectly formed. You have to walk through the park to get to the gallery and you can pass by the Royal Albert Hall or Kensington Palace on the way but do not be fooled… This is a very modern gallery concerned only with the cutting edge. The ...

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  • 40

    Regent St

    5 reviews

    Love Regent Street near Christmas! The lights, the festive atmosphere, and of course the shopping. But that's anytime of the year!

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