A sneak peek at London, the Euro-chic nightclub to open downtown

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Renderings courtesy of London. Photos by Curtis Yee.
Sacramento's newest night club, London, is styled after Euro-chic clubs popularized in the United Kingdom.

Update: London will soft-open on Thursday, Oct. 10, with a grand opening planned for next month. Its hours of operation will be Thursdays through Saturdays from 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.


London, a new downtown nightclub, is set to open its doors on 10th Street near J in late August or early September.

Its name an homage to posh British lounges, the club will fill a multilevel space left empty by Parlare Euro Lounge, which closed in August 2017. London's three owners—Frank Yan (co-owner of downtown's Kicx Unlimited sneaker store), his sister Sandra (both of whom were born in London) and her husband Hendrick Crowell (a local attorney and DJ, aka Stylus)—tapped Mitra Gholani of San Francisco design firm Deleap, who crafted the look of San Francisco nightlife mainstay Temple, to give the club a sleek, modern feel.

“We wanted something cozy, and in the end we settled on something between classical design and art deco,” Gholani says.

The lower-level bar and lounge is replete with chic blue-and-gold seating

Starting on the club’s 1,154-square-foot first floor, patrons can grab drinks at the bar, which features a black-and-white pattern etched into the bar wall, and then snag a seat at one of the chic blue-and-gold couches.

Club-goers can wander up to the mezzanine level, where an Instagrammable pink-and-black throne sits below a multicolored LED-lit sign emblazoned with the words “LOOK IT, FEEL IT, F@$# IT." To get your groove on, follow the vibration of the Void Acoustics sound system (coincidentally, a U.K.-based company) to the top-level dance floor where DJs will spin beats as diverse as old school hip-hop and EDM.

Patrons can lounge on one of the reservable blue vinyl booths as DJs pumps out hip-hop, EDM and pop music.

In addition to the dance floor, the 2,235-square-foot top level will host a second bar, which will be lit with rows of Edison bulbs and feature a lounge of reservable blue vinyl booths ranged around hexagonal, marble-topped tables.

“We wanted to do something elevated,” Sandra says. “We’re hoping to bring something a little bit different to Sacramento.”

1009 10th St. Follow London on Instagram for updates.


The walls of a private VIP room lined with art

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