Roadhouse

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Covent Garden Area, London, United Kingdom
Roadhouse - Inside
Roadhouse - The name of the bar above the door.
Roadhouse - There are motorbikes, road signs, fantastic furniture and neon signs everywhere.
Roadhouse - It does get very busy on the weekend.
Roadhouse - TBs Matt & RJ
Roadhouse - The restaurant part has American diner style seating.

Roadhouse London Reviews

Chokk Chokk
1727 reviews
Great place to party at night Jul 05, 2013
I arrived late at the Roadhouse together with TB Greg, it was almost at 1.30 am and we had to do some check questions before we were let in. The entrance door was blocked the by an armada of bouncers, who wanted to see how drunk people were before they let them. We were quite sober and had no problems getting in to met the rest of the TB London meet-up group and luckily we met some of the girls at the bottom of the stair so they could point out where we could met the rest of the group.

I guess that we were close to 20 TBs in there and the club was quite crowded. Greg and I were a bit behind the others so we headed straight for the bar, where we attacked the beers and we also had a load of Jägerbombs. For the few of you who don’t know what a Jägerbomb is, then it is a bomb shot cocktail that was originally mixed by dropping a shot of Jägermeister into a glass of beer but in recent years has become more popular with Red Bull or other energy drinks. In German-speaking countries, it is called a "Turbojäger" or a "Flying Hirsch" (Flying Stag) — where "Flying" is derived from the slogan "Red Bull gives you wings" and "Stag" originates in the Jägermeister logo. A long drink mixed with Jägermeister and Red Bull is called "JägerBull" as it is adopted from Jägermeister and RedBull. In Finland, it is called an "Akkuhappo" (Battery Acid.

We therefore quickly got into the mood. The club was great with good music, and loads of people but it closed already at 3 am and then we all were asked to leave.
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TBs Matt & RJ
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smurfbee smurfbee
8 reviews
Nice live music and fantastic decor Apr 02, 2011
Roadhouse is in Covent Garden, so right in the centre of London. There's lots of Underground stations in the area and Trafalgar Square around the corner has many night buses to go home in. The bar/restaurant/club is known for having good live music nights and a selection of DJs. Best check what kind of night is on, don't want to go there if its dubstep night and you were looking for house music. Usually when you're coming from Covent Garden Station there are promoters that give you "free entry before 9pm" leaflets - grab one and make your way over there. As its a restaurant during the day, they're not harsh on dress code but have your ID with you. There aren't as many 18+ peeps here ...more like late twenties and beyond, just in case you're trying to avoid intoxicated teenagers. Definitely recommend this place for decor, music and cocktails (yes they are pricey, but they're pricey everywhere - its London!). Check out their website for a cool video.
The name of the bar above the door.
There are motorbikes, road signs, …
The restaurant part has American d…
It does get very busy on the weeke…
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worldoyster28 worldoys…
1 reviews
Brilliant night out Jan 25, 2011
Awesome venue, done in an almost american dinner style. Certain nights a mixture of a band will perform and then follwed by a DJ to the early hours of the morning, so a wide taste of music catered for. Found the type of people who go here are fun and like a good party. Get in early to avoid hefty cover charge and make sure you have organised transport home when it closes, as buses etc are limited at 4am to other areas of London.
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