West End's Best Excuse for a Night out
Strawberry Moon’s is a legendary bar located in London’s vibrant West End. It is a great way of exploring London’s nightlife. Strawberry Moon’s is very popular because of their great terrace, ideal for the summer nights and sun hours.
Have a seat at the terrace with a delicious cocktail and tasty bites. This bar has a lot of activities to do, they want to make sure your party in the London-style and make an unforgettable evening. The bar is fitted out with great modern style and even a dance floors with disco. Strawberry Moons are open 7 days a week, throwing different parties every day.
The club serves a wide menu of nice drinks and foods. Their menu consists of cocktails, champagne, burgers platters and tasteful bites. But next to partying you can also try the Toy Box Karaoke. Singing your favourite songs in the best bar in West End. As said Strawberry Moon’s is located in West End and very close to world-famous Piccadilly Circus, which makes it easy to access.
7 Nights a Week
Strawberry Moon’s is also a great location for stag hen parties or anyone’s birthday. Their parties like Happy Thursday and Saturday Night are very Popular in London and visited by many people.
Their DJ’s are spinning the hottest party classics. The music genre can vary from Hip Hop, dance classics, party anthems and throwback music. If you want to take a break at these parties, the arcade machine is a great option.
Strawberry Moons have got two old schools Pacman machines. But there is more, If you would like to make cocktails you can take their funny-educational cocktail classes.
Their dresscodes are very simple, just put on your fancy party outfit. Don’t wear any caps and sportswear. For more information about the London dresscodes please, click here.
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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
SPECIAL DRINK OFFERS
Hours of Operation
Address: 15 Heddon St, Mayfair, London W1B 4BF United Kingdom
Public Transportation Options: Strawberry Moons bar is easily accessible by taking the subway. The nearest stop is called Piccadilly Circus and approachable with a three-minute walk.