The Troubadour 263-267 Old Brompton Road
The Troubadour is an authentic 1950s coffee house, in the 60s and 70s Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin played there. It now combines a cafe with a live music venue, delicatessen and first floor gallery.
Boujis 43 Thurloe Street
Situated in South Kensington, Boujis is a private members venue that boasts a nightclub area and facilities for private parties. With its intimate setting complete with giant waterbed, you'll be in for an entertaining night at the very least.
The Greyhound 1 Kensington Square
The Greyhound is featured in the Evening Standard Good Pub Guide, and is situated on the oldest square in London (1685). They have a large screen for Sky Sports and once every two weeks, Thursday night is live music night, consisting of various styles.
The Devonshire Arms 37 Marloes Road
A great selection of wines, spirits and beers are served here, along with traditional English pub food. Has a fantastic outside courtyard with space for up to 35 seated patrons.