The area around the King’s Road has one of the greatest concentrations of smart bars and exclusive nightclubs in London. We take a look at some of the hottest places on the King's Road which provide the perfect excuse to don your party dress…
JuJu: Winner of Best Bar 2011 and the London Bar and Club Awards, JuJu is a luxurious destination with a great atmosphere and celebrity clientele. As well as the main bar, JuJu has private lounge areas available for hire, perfect for exclusive parties.
The Beauchamp: Not every Chelsea bar channels cutting edge chic. This slightly dog-eared establishment is where the cool kids go when they fancy a day off. With squashy sofas, yummy food and a warm, friendly atmosphere, the Beauchamp feels like a village pub in the middle of the big city.
: You shouldn’t even think of heading to Barts if you’re not dressed up to the nines – and luckily the King’s Road is a fashionista’s Mecca. With plenty of trendy boutiques as well as high street stores such as Coast, it’s great place for window shopping even if you prefer buying your evening dresses online
. Barts has a retro feel, so look to the recent 60s and 70s fashion revival if you want to fit in here.
Big Easy: A favourite haunt of Prince Harry, this relaxed bar is a great place to start your night. It tends to attract an A-list crowd, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself rubbing shoulders with the likes of Jesse J and Lady GaGa.
Cheyne Walk Brasserie: Combining scrumptious food with a party atmosphere, Cheyne Walk Brasserie is an authentic French restaurant and bar with freshly-sourced food and great service. The riverside location makes it extra special.
: Both a buzzing bar and an excellent restaurant, with fine cuisine masterminded by British chef Simon Levy, Eighty-Six on Fulham Road has a glamorous, modern atmosphere. The open gallery in the centre of the building allows diners to soak up the vibe from the bar below.