Goth Bars in London
If you want to immerse yourself in obscure punk, lose your identity in a cloud of make-up and eye-liner and possess a general disinterest with the world, then check out our list of goth bars in London. Gothic subculture is spreading throughout the capital and there are a number of Goth bars in London tailored for this alternative set, so take a look at our list and shirk all that is commercial. No sportswear.
5 Fernlea Road, Balham, London, SW12 9RT
(020) 7377 1843
Simmons Balham is an intimate cocktail bar, located conveniently close to Balham station. Expect the usual Simmons quirkiness with cocktails in teapots, DJs and late night dancing. Guests can also take advantage of Simmons' award-winning five hour long happy hour, running every day from 4-9pm.
- Well renowned happy hour from 4pm-9pm.
- Intimate and quirky decor.
- Expectional cocktails that can be served in teapots.
- Eclectic drinks menu across the board.
- Regular DJ performances and sets.
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Goths and punks alike will tell you that The Crobar is the place to go to hear the very best rock, punk and heavy metal.
17 Manette Street, Soho, London, W1D 4AS
(020) 7439 0831
Old-school goth and metal ambience here at Garlic and Shots. Just the subtle accompaniment you'll need for those unique vodka garlic shots.
14 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 4RD
(020) 7734 9505
With regular live rock music each week and a great choice of drinks, The Good Mixer has proven popular with the Gothic scene over the years.
30 Inverness Street, London, NW1 7HJ
(020) 7916 6176
Perhaps the most famous Gothic haven in London, although music tastes swing from Gothic to Industrial, Metal and Hard Rock.
33 Kentish Town Road, Camden, London, NW1 8NL
This pub is a regular haunt for traditional goths and other purveyors of the darkwave, post-punk genre - a genre that we, at View London, can guarentee is just super.
105-109 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 5AD
(020) 7626 8246
The London Vampyre Group meet here every month to discuss the impact of goth culture on the mainstream (among other things). Check the website for details.
133 Charing Cross Road, Soho, London, WC2H 0EA
(020) 7734 8837