Free the night with LoveCamden's Nightly Northern Line Tips!

The Northern Line Goes 24 Hours

There’s a light at the end of the tunnel for those Camden residents who like to stay out late: from the 18th of November the Northern Line will  run 24 hours, joining the north with the south of Camden throughout the night on Fridays and Saturdays. To celebrate, LoveCamden has put together the perfect nightly Northern line itinerary. Looking for something to do this weekend? Join LoveCamden for a night on the town!

Our first stop is Covent Garden, the bustling theatre district of London. When making dinner plans, it is always a good idea to check out the local pre-theatre menus. These discount offers are especially designed for the hungry theatre lover, combining tasty dishes with affordable prices and speedy service. LoveCamden recommends Orso, The Ivy Market Grill and - of course - Hawksmoor is always a good spot for some great steak!

The Ivy market Grill (c) theivymarketgrill.co.uk
The Ivy Market Grill (c) theivymarketgrill.co.uk

Secondly we’re off to Tottenham Court Road where the legendary Dominion Theatre plays its famous blockbuster performances of The Bodyguard: a must-see for every musical fan!

Dominion Theatre outside (c) londontheatredirect.com
Dominion Theatre (c) londontheatredirect.com

Picking up some pudding after all that jazz? Venture to Ruby Violet in King’s Cross (open until 10PM) for some handmade ice cream, or to grab a spicy chai tea with bourbon and chocolate pudding from Dishoom!

Dishoom inside (c) dishoom.com
Dishoom (c) dishoom.com

Get off at Euston for some excellent cocktails from Shaker and Company. These guys serve some of the most amazing cocktails in the city, and they provide the atmosphere to match!

Shaker & Company inside (c) shakerandcompany.co.uk
Shaker & Company (c) shakerandcompany.co.uk

Don’t trail behind though, because next up is the main event of the night: dancing in the musical heart of the city: Camden Town. Check out the line-up of local music legends such as KOKO or Dingwalls, which have featured the best in music history from Blondie to The Cure. More into clubbing? Proud Camden takes it to the next level with their fantastic venue, featuring a Wonderland themed outdoor garden and original stables-turned-private-booths.

Dingwalls (c) dingwalls.com
Dingwalls (c) dingwalls.com

Wind down by taking the Northern line to Chalk farm station, where Joe’s, The Monarch, The Fiddler's Elbow and Made in Camden are the perfect places for an end-of-the-night-but-let’s-have-a-chat-nightcap. Grab a table, grab a drink, and grab your friends for a great after-party chat.

Joe's inside (c) designmynight.com
Joe's (c) designmynight.com

Finally, hop off at Hampstead and find a place to take in the sights. Here you can see the sun rise over the city that never sleeps.

View from Parliament Hill (c) kora.net
View from Parliament Hill (c) kora.net

 

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