Celebrate Eurovision 2024 With London's Best European Hotspots

Although Eurovision is touching down in Sweden this year, there’s plenty of parties and events that ensure you won’t need to leave the capital to join in on all the fun. If you’re gutted after missing out on highly sought-after Eurovision tickets or just want to find the best places to celebrate, then don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Read on for some of the best places across the city to get you into the spirit for this incredible celebration of Europe - and they’re all worthy of douze points!

1. The Bermondsey Bierkellers 

Bringing a taste of Deutschland to the capital, the Bermondsey Bierkeller is perfect for those wanting to celebrate Eurovision with delicious street food and authentic German beers. Munch on schnitzel and frankfurters or head to their German Games Vault that’s kitted out with beer pong, pool, and foosball tables - with something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s raise a stein to that!    

Location: 2, 4 Tooley St, London SE1 9QQ

2. The Sheephaven Bay

Characterised by a unique culture centred around hearty food, pints of Guinness, and a cosy and friendly atmosphere, it’s easy to see why Irish pubs have such global appeal. Offering a warm welcome with plenty of space, The Sheephaven Bay Camden is the perfect place to start your Eurovision celebrations. Party the night away with epic Sunday roasts, great drinks, and traditional Irish music.

Location: 2 Mornington St, London NW1 7QD

3. Salsa! Soho

If you’re looking to spend Eurovision partying, then Salsa! Soho is the place for you. Transporting you to the streets of Spain with Salsa classes and non-stop Latin music, the energetic vibe at Salsa! Soho is unmatched. Bursting with colour and style, this unique experience is sure to have you dancing the night away. 

Location: 96 Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 0JG

4. Ciné Lumière

France is commonly known as one of the world’s leading destinations for film. With that being said, there’s no better way than immersing yourself into French culture than by visiting the historic Institut français du Royaume-Uni, which boasts Ciné Lumière, its very own Art Deco auditorium. With a jam-packed calendar of film screenings, this is the perfect venue for those Eurovision fans who want to celebrate by cosying up and watching a film.

Location: 17 Queensberry Pl, South Kensington, London SW7 2DW

5. St. Moritz Restaurant 

Who doesn’t love a night filled with fondue? If cheese is your thing, (no, we’re not just talking about Eurovision songs) then London’s oldest Swiss restaurant could be an ideal destination for your night of celebrations. Genuine traditional Swiss cuisine, prepared and served under the renowned chef Armin Loetscher, ensures an all-round delicious experience at St. Moritz Restaurant.

Location: 161 Wardour St, London W1F 8WJ

6. Bageriet

Scandinavian bakery treats are like a warm hug just when you need one. What better way to celebrate Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian culture than by stopping by at Bageri, a bakery nestled behind the busy streets of Covent Garden. From Semlor to Princesstarta, indulge in delicious treats for a true taste of Scandinavia! 

Location: 24 Rose St, London WC2E 9EA

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