As part of the legendary 333 Club (Mother Bar is upstairs), this place is something of a Shoreditch institution. Much of its late-night allure comes from the fact it remains open long after other bars have shut up shop.
There are two boxy rooms decorated with red and gold wallpaper, a black padded bar, squashy black vinyl seats, gilt-framed mirrors and a chequer-board floor. Adjacent to the lounge area is the dance room, where well-oiled revellers let loose to the DJ's choices beneath a glitter ball. Expect anything from retro-pop crowd-pleasers to credible EDM.