Café 1001

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Brick Lane

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Café 1001 is a combined Café and Club intrinsic to the Brick Lane area and a focal point for most. Though an established entertainment venue, we see ourselves as a creative playground for both established and up & coming artists. We put acts on every night in two rooms ranging from unsigned indie-rock bands and nu-jazz collectives on week days to drum & bass, techno and house DJs on the weekends. We operate a free entry policy which means that 90% of our acts are open to the public free of charge. This policy has secured us a huge and devoted crowd of students and young creative people. This policy moreover brings with it a huge flow of people going in and out of our doors. Furthermore, Café 1001 has been organising events ranging from dance performances, film screenings, live music acts, photography & art exhibitions, swing dance night and music festivals; making us the spotlight of attention. Our venue is not just a regular bar but a diverse world of entertainment like no other.


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  • Address:

    Café 1001 91 Brick Lane (corner of Dray Walk)
    E1 6QL

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  • Transport:

    Tube: Liverpool St

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    1. Café 1001
      • 91 Brick Lane (corner of Dray Walk)
        E1 6QL
      • 02072476166
      • 51.522347,-0.071731
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Sid P

I've been a regular pub/club goer in the Brick Lane area for many years. I've always considered Cafe1001 to be a miserable cousin of 93 Feet East and Vibe Bar just a few metres away, with no atmosphere by comparison and its only virtue being its location. This view was recently confirmed when I tried to enter at about 8pm on the Sunday evening of Bank Holiday weekend. While it didn't seem busy, there was a large queue. I was surprised, so I asked a lady at the door, explaining that my friends were inside. Her verbatim answer was "I COULDN'T GIVE A SH*T". Delightful. If this bar had to survive on its quality and service rather than based on its location, it would have died a long time ago.