Book club shoreditch dating
It makes for a great night out, and for those not too hungover the next day, it does a brilliant breakfast too.
We are here to give the singles a chance to briefly meet and speak with each other before going on an actual date, to built your confident and meet new friends!
Large groups can reserve ahead to have their own cocktail master class in a private bar, perfect for special occasions and birthday parties.
Having taken over a couple of old shipping containers at Shoreditch’s Box Park, Cotton’s Rhum Shack has quickly become the life and soul of foodie hangouts.
There’s a happy hour from 4–7pm, friendly staff and a constant lively atmosphere.
Special events take place in the basement and 3D football matches are shown down there too.
Participate in the world’s first Whiskey Theatre Show and blend your own signature whiskey or pick out a 100 year old bottle from the gin library.
For a drink with a view, the Boundary Rooftop bar is the ultimate romantic date spot in East London.
Better suited for energetic young artists looking to party than for bookworms reading great literature, The Book Club is an adult sized playhouse where patrons are more likely to get hit by errant ping pong balls than to get...
Full of London’s self-employed tapping away at their laptops and gulping coffee by day, The Book Club becomes a drinking den and a music venue come the weekend nights, with a wide selection of gigs and events every week.
Weekday evenings it plays host to a series of art events from late night film screenings, to poetry readings, lectures, exhibitions, workshops and cultural showcases.
With barbecue buffets and giant bean bags to lounge on by day, and wild dancing, conga lines and rum-fuelled cocktails to keep you going by night; visitors never quite know what they are going to walk into at Cotton’s Rhum Shack.
The bar brings a big dollop of Caribbean culture to the heart of London serving up jerk chicken, salt fish fritters and curried mutton.