Vibe Bar, London
Categories: Art Galleries, Bars & Clubs, Nightlife, Museums
Spread over 4 different rooms and one huge, beautiful courtyard, guests can enjoy sipping a world class cocktail or two at the bar, or slowly make their way to the bottom of a pint glass whilst sitting the courtyard and watching the world and their pets go by. Vibe Bar also plays host to the Brick Lane Music Festival every September, an event which recognises music, diversity and culture around East London - and is put together by local venues in the area.Add Vibe Bar to your London travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our London vacation trip planner.
Located at the Truman Brewery on the famous Brick Lane:
The Truman Brewery. 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
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Used to love this place. It's open mic nights where legendary. Sadly it's not closed as a protest to the ridiculous rent rises in the area. It's sorely missed.
This used to be my fav spot after a Brick Lane curry. Unfortunetly it has now closed. Shame was looking forward to taking my friends here for a treat after a meal at Aladins down the lane. ; (
It's too bad that the place is shutting its doors soon but I'm so glad I got to see one of their last open mic nights. The people who performed there were all so talented and it is pretty well organis... read more »
This bar has a particular certain buzz that I assume a lot of people find appealing as it is quite crowded most of the time.on the downside first of all the bouncers are real chumps and act like they're above and beyond everyone else all. I especially enjoy sitting in the courtyard as it is decorated with fairy lights hanging from the trees which is a really nice touch. Plus there is a BBQ outside so it's perfect for a chill out session. The whole venue is quite odd but but pretty cool at the same time and the strange music just adds up to the amazing atmosphere.
We recently went to the Brick Lane Music Festival at the Vibe Bar and had a fantastic time. The atmosphere was great, the staff were friendly and myself and my group of friends loved the feel of the place. Will definitely be visiting again in the near future. Thanks for a fantastic day!
Upon asking for soda water, I was told it was £2.80 for a pint (surely it's
Perhaps I'm getting older, but I'm really over the sticky floors, packed-out, weird smelling bars of Shoreditch. This one isn't particularly cheap, and has unnecessarily mean bouncers, not to mention the obscure decor and 'art' on the walls. They have been known to have some pretty high-profile acts play here in the past, though I wouldn't advise going out of your way to visit.
Nice courtyard area with beers and food - like a micro food market with places to sit. Inside the venue is small but intimate, with a quite scary walkway.
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