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100 Wardour St
Marquee Clubs settled down in 1964 with the music of David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and The Sex Pistols before the band closed its doors on the legendary London Music Channel in 1988. In the 1990's, Conran’s famous Mezzo took its place. In 2016, it re-opened as The 100 Wardour St. It is the latest destination for clubbers, including Soho's drinking, dining and playing with the rich history of the hosting area, latest news Trap, Propaganda and Pop and Rouge.100 Wardour Street Club is the perfect venue for hiring your next London venue, no matter what a big scale celebration event, a great party or a private dining event. The 100 Wardour St. ground floor is a comfortable and stylish bar and lounge; perfect for breakfast, lunch, after-work cocktails and bar bites. Various menus provide everything i.e. some spicy juice, homemade granola, American pancakes and waffles, Thai Beef rice noodles, buttermilk chicken, sandwiches and more. Downstairs in the basement, things are a little more lush, drawing on Soho’s spirit of fun and indulgence. There you will find a lavish basement place to draw on her heritage as the historic Marquee Club where DJ and Live Music have five nights per week whose amazing promise with this show is that they show up every Saturday night on their world famous DJs, commercial houses and the best of the clubs play at 12:30 am. Closer to the 100 Wardour St Bar & Lounge, the Playroom is a comfortable place that was designed for a few yeast meals during the pool or pre or post-dinner frames or two. A lounge, a bar, a restaurant space and a clubbing area, is set to become Soho's go-to spot for just about everything from working and eating to drinking and dancing. In the summer of 2015, Jonas Karlsson joined 100 Wardour St as a head's chef, who was given a 2AA rosette for his service in the meal. The ground floor here hosts a lounge space with freshly ground coffee and gluten-free pancakes, a perfect spot to head to if you need to escape the office. As its history befits, the music 100 Wardour St is a powerful part of the nightclub proposal. From Monday to Saturday each week, their live band and DJs offer an array of musical styles. Dedicated to the acoustic piano session on Monday, about all jazz on Tuesday, its soul and Motown on Wednesday and all about 1990’s and 2000’s on Thursday, it is all that you want. Sometimes you may find some celebrities partying there. At the weekend, they bring you the best Soul, Funk, Pop and Dance. They are committed to producing the best-established and emerging talent and keeping Soho's proud tradition live music alive. At 100 Wardour St, their dress code is smart casual. They welcome and encourage styles; however, they advise guests not to wear shorts with athletic trainers, beachwear dresses, flip-flops and sportswear. Their door staff has all the rights to refuse entry of visitors if their attire does not reflect or match the above.
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