50 great date locations in London: Part 5

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50 great date locations in London: part five. Here is your fifth and final installment of top places to visit/things to do in our cracking capital. Plenty of location ideas for you once you land a date on www.dates4us.com 😉

 

41. Heritage Inn, Cricklewood

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Providing fine Caribbean cuisine, the north west London eatery and rum bar also hosts great entertainment including revival, soca and disco nights. Good food and great music supplied in a warm and inviting environment.

http://www.heritageinnrestaurant.co.uk

 

42. Thai Square, Angel

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Providing tasty Thai dishes with original exotic flavours and fragrances, Thai Square is a must for lovers of Thai food.

http://www.thaisq.com

 

43. Sadler’s Wells, Holborn

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Let’s dance! The famed London venue is dedicated to international dance, presenting dance in all forms from contemporary to flamenco, ballet to hip-hop and more. From July 8-27, the exciting show Brasil Brasileiro (pictured) will take to the stage, displaying the exuberance of Brazilian dance.

http://www.sadlerswells.com

 

44. Bernie Grant Arts Centre

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Built as a tribute to the revered Tottenham MP Bernie Grant, who died in 2000, the north London arts centre hosts a number of events from plays to exhibitions, and also houses a café/bar. On July 18, the centre presents the production Tull; the story of the legendary Walter Tull (pictured), one of the first black professional footballers.

http://www.berniegrantcentre.co.uk

 

45. Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn

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Known for showcasing culturally diverse theatre, the popular venue in north west London also boasts a cinema and art gallery, so there’s always something to see!

http://www.tricycle.co.uk

 

46. Jazz Cafe, Camden

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The award-winning north London venue is well known for the plethora of jazz, hip-hop, R&B, soul and funk artists that have graced its stage, and is well-loved for its intimate setting. On July 4, renowned UK R&B DJ Trevor Nelson (pictured) will take to the decks for his monthly residency at the venue, delivering his unique collection of soul, jazz, funk, R&B & hip-hop from the 70s, 80s, 90s and the present day. The perfect setting for a great date.

http://www.mamacolive.com

 

47. The Albany, Deptford

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A well-renowned arts centre, The Albany is known for its diverse range of shows and events. Based in south east London, the venue boats a full programme of events so there is always something to see or do.

http://www.thealbany.org.uk

 

48. Guanabara, Covent Garden

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If the World Cup has unleashed Brazilian fever for you, keep the party going at Guanabara; London’s famed Brazilian club. From their fun fiestas featuring the finest Brazilian and Latin music, to the live performances from samba dancers, and their wonderful menu of fine food and cocktails, this is the place to get your temperatures rising!

http://www.guanabara.co.uk

 

49. Ronnie Scott’s, Soho

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The legendary jazz club has showcased the finest jazz musicians and events since it launched in 1959. Presenting both established and rising stars, the venue is one of the capital’s best-known hubs for jazz music.

http://www.ronniescotts.co.uk

 

50. Harrods, Knightsbridge

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One of the world’s most famous department stores, Harrods boats upmarket fashion, accessories, gifts, food and wine, and also houses several fine eateries, including The Georgian Restaurant and Caffe Florian. If money is no object, you can shop ‘til you drop then replenish yourself with a spot of fine dining.

www.harrods.com

 

Don’t say we don’t provide you with an array of date ideas to consider once you land a date on www.dates4us.com 😉 And if you missed the first four installments of our great locations in London guide, see them here:

Part one: http://bit.ly/1sqzOPQ

Part two: http://bit.ly/1lS8MXT

Part 3: http://bit.ly/1nv9Cvi

Part 4: http://bit.ly/1l44QDn

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