Inspiration: Behind the Scenes - View from the bar

Inproductions MD Andrew Flynn gives you the lowdown on the nightclubs to be seen at.

Embassy London Members' Club - Old Burlington Street, Mayfair, London

Embassy is the first joint venture of restaurateur and nightclub owner Mark Fuller and celebrated Michelin chef Garry Hollihead. Classed as a fine dining restaurant and popular members' club, the venue is popular with celebrities, socialites and musicians from Steve Coogan to Lemy from Motorhead.

Attica - Kingly Street, London

This venue, with its adjoining restaurant Sax on Fouberts, is reminiscent of Jimmyz in Monaco, with its decadent holiday feel. Attica has been on the London scene for a few years and has repositioned itself back on the "must-be-seen-at" list. It is also currently voted as one of the top 10 places to spot celebrities.

Elysium - Regent Street, Piccadilly

This hot property, consisting of five bars and split over two levels, was used as a Masonic temple up until its recent transformation into a harem-like cavern. Elysium has played host to a number of star-studded bashes including the FHM annual awards.

Pangaea - Piccadilly, London

Having already become one of the top celebrity hangouts in both New York and Marbella, Pangaea is now repeating the trick in London. This new addition to the London party circuit has been labelled the new China White's and is available for private parties seven days a week.

Funky Buddha - Berkeley Street, London

One of the only fashionable hangouts in London functioning soley as a nightclub. There is no end to how many celebrities have graced its dance floor, which has been recently extended. It's one of the hottest, hippest places to be seen at the moment.

To discuss hosting an event at any of Flynn's recommended venues, contact Inproductions on (020) 7582 1911.


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