Maggie’s Club London is back with a bang, after undergoing a facelift while it was closed during the pandemic and it’s totally rad! ‘Video didn’t kill the radio star’ at this 1980’s retro nightclub which is located in the heart of Chelsea.
‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’, so after a day of birthday celebrations, I decided ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody’. We headed over to this late-night club for some eighties smash hits and outlandish drinks where we could all ‘Bust a Move’!
After showing ID at the door (this is a licensing requirement) we were told to ‘Walk this Way’ down one of London’s most instagrammable stairwells, to our table.
This club not only embodies the 80’s style, it plays the absolute best music. Everything is so well designed, from the light-up menus, to the wacky toilets. The interior of the club is filled with Rubik’s Cube and cassette tape tables, funky animal print seating and a giant retro fish tank, taking us back to ‘The Summer of 69′.
We sipped our 80’s inspired cocktails ‘All Night Long,’ and listened to resident Maggie’s DJ playing the best of the ‘80’s from the walkman DJ booth.
The Maggie’s A Team have launched a new cocktail menu featuring boozy cocktails including: Flashdance Frozen Daiquiri with Bacardi Carta Blanca rum, raspberry, lime juice and sugar, the Chelsea Mojito with Bacardí Carta Blanca rum, Bacardí Coconut rum, lime juice, sugar, mint and soda water, as well as signature cocktails, all served out of 80’s themed vessels.
Maggie’s is named after Britain’s first female prime minister, Maggie Thatcher, paying homage to the Iron Lady’s glory days. Old Maggie Thatcher speeches play in the loo, and there’s ample Maggie Thatcher political memorabilia scattered around the club. The club is filled with 80’s memorabilia and as each piece triggered a memory of our youth, we had a ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart.’ It’s a fun experience – particularly for those that actually remember the 80’s.
‘I Had the Time of my Life’ and Maggie’s was ‘Just Like Heaven’ with the deliciously strong cocktails, fantastic atmosphere, and was the perfect place to ‘Celebrate Good Times… Come on!!!’
‘I Love Rock and Roll’ and it’s clear how much time and effort has gone into refurbishing this club. I want to come back ‘Time After Time,’ and if you’re looking for something a little different to do in London, this is a great night out!
Table service is offered at the weekends – you can book your table here.
Maggie’s Club – 329 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
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