Four of London's Quirkiest DJ Booths, IMG Cred: Chris Osburn

The Gable Dj’s Booth!


Yes, of course, the sounds coming from a DJ booth are of the utmost importance. But assuming the music is to your liking, the look and feel of a venue can certainly add or distract from your time listening to what the DJ is spinning. Looking for a London venue that takes its tunes but not itself too seriously? Here’s a list of some London bars featuring the quirkiest DJ booths.

The Arts Theatre Club
50 Frith Street, London, W1D 4SQ
Nearest London Underground station is at Tottenham Court Road.

Private tables and plush sofas scattered around a candlelit lounge, tiled brickwork, period-perfect lighting, and a vintage piano that doubles as a DJ booth – the Arts Theatre Club was speakeasy chic before London’s whole speakeasy scene became so chic.

The Gable
25 Moorgate, EC2R 6AR
Nearest London Underground station is at Moorgate.

This popular restaurant and bar in London’s financial district features a DJ booth constructed from iconic red telephone boxes in its recently revamped downstairs bar with dance floor. A great place for that after-work drink, meeting up with friends with a proper pub atmosphere and private dining area upstairs while downstairs is all about dancing and soaking up the club like atmosphere.

John Salt’s

131 Upper Street, N1 1QP
Nearest London Underground stations is at Angel.

With a menu that’s heavy on the meat and reaches “across the pond” for its inspiration, an American style hot dog stand converted into a DJ booth makes perfect sense at this restaurant and bar on trendy Upper Street in Islington. Burn off that awesome plate of BBQ by dancing the night away.

Bar Soho

Old Compton Street, W1D 5JL
Nearest London Underground station is at Leicester Square.

Situated in the heart of Soho, this popular venue recently underwent a massive refurbishing and continues to pack ’em in every night. But hey, where’s the DJ? Hidden behind a bookshelf in the upstairs “gentleman’s lodge.” This place is total Soho.

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photo: Chris Osburn

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