The 606 Club is located in wealthy Chelsea, West London, and has acquired a reputation as one of Europe’s most prominent jazz club. Being combined with a restaurant it provides a great option for music-loving tourists to spend an evening and is one of the most popular London attractions with jazz enthusiasts. The 606 Club took its name from its original location at 606 King’s Road in Chelsea.
Brixton Clubhouse: Formerly known as Brixton Clubhouse and then The Lambeth, this celebrated pub/club venue has finally settled on The Prince of Wales as a name, and it's still one of London’s sweetest spots for rooftop partying. You can hear all kinds of top DJ talent spinning tunes on the banked, multi-tiered roof terrace – which remains the venue's centrepiece – usually on a funk, disco, soul and house tip.