The Bedroom Bar

62 Rivington Street, The City, London

The Bedroom Bar

8/10 from 2 user reviews
Address:62 Rivington Street
The City
Map:Location map & what's nearby
Venue Type:Bars
Region:The City
Nearest Station:Shoreditch
Telephone: 020 7739 5706
Opening Hours:Thursday 7pm till late
Friday 7pm till 2am
Saturday 7pm till 2am

Email:Send an email

Smoking area Party bookings accepted Private hire available Disabled access/facilities Credit cards accepted Background music Live music Outdoor space

The Bedroom Bar, exterior picture

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About: Intimate New York loft style venue in the heart of Shoreditch. As the name suggests the venue houses a couple of beds ideal for lounging
Early in the evening the venue is chilled out, ideal for after works drinks and conversation.

The music is turned up later in the evening and the place turns into a lively club with plenty of dancefloor action.

Saturday nights are most popular with long running night 'Broken Souls'.
DJ Younglee plays funk, soul, disco, afro / latin beats and Jake Sax (Ok_Ma) jams on Live Sax / Flute.

Separate Morrocan chill out room in the back of the venue that can be hired out for private parties.

Outdoor smoking terrace

What's On

Rhymes with Orange - Stand up poetry with a punch
Time: Doors 19.00, performance 19.30
Admission: 5 advance online, 6 on door
Location: Bedroom Bar, upstairs, 62-68 Rivington Street, London
Karnival Tropical
Time: 21:00 until 03:00
Price: Free before 11pm, after 5
Location: The Bedroom Bar


The Latest User Reviews of The Bedroom Bar

User Rating: 8 / 10
Nathaniel White
Member since: Feb 2006
Posts: 1
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Joh god - i dont understand what you mean - you say its good but then say you have never had a good night there? Cretin.

Well I have been to bedroom bar and thoroughly enjoyed my time there. Music was spot on, the staff on the ball and the drinks not overpriced. Definitely worth a visit.

User Rating: 8 / 10
Joh god
Member since: Apr 2007
Posts: 1
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This is an amazing wee gem purely down to the fantastic music , saturday night is the one and i've yet to have a wicked night. The resident DJ plays great funk, soul, house and broken beat then he is joined by an amazing sax player, these two really take the roof off... what a pleasant relief to hear some upbeat music rather than the so called fashionable minimal (yawn yawn)

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