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Eve Club

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About Eve Club

The name ring any bells? The original Eve Club opened its doors in 1953 at 189 Regent Street and in the sip of a cocktail established itself as hotbed of history. The meeting of Christine Keeler and John Profumo there in the early sixties started the Profumo Affair; the one and only Frank Sinatra was a regular when in town, and Judy Garland made her last London performance there. The bad news is that the club closed in January 2003. But here’s the good news - a stunning new Eve Club in opened in October, a very short limo ride away on New Burlington Street. The 50s kitsch remains but is now juxtaposed by an oh-so-Noughties sophistication. The pieces de la resistance are the magnificent illuminated ice sculptured bar, and the most stunning luminous glass dance floor in town. Impress your friends further by hiring the Garden of Eden VIP area, shaded by the infamous forbidden apple tree (yes, it’s real). Throw in a state-of-the-art-sound system and funky bar staff and you have the perfect venue for launches, showcases, wrap parties, birthdays...

Christmas Packages:
The Eve Club is offering three themed packages this Christmas: 'Viva 70s Glam', 'Christmas in Monte Carlo' & Moroccan Splendour'. All packages include venue hire, full theming, a cocktail reception, canapés or buffet, DJ & cloakroom & start from just £55 + VAT per person!




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Additional Information


Address:

3 New Burlington Street, Mayfair, W1S 2JF

Nearest tube:

Piccadilly Circus

Average Price:

Opening times:

Sun - Fri 10pm - 3.30am, Sat 9pm - 3:30am

Dress Code:

Smart casual - no trainers or caps

N.B. Bookings can no longer be made for this restaurant through London Online



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