Luna Club London

Luna Club London

The Luna Club London is a bar and club hidden inside the Inca restaurant in London. Inca was the first cabaret-style restaurant in Mayfair and Soho, with theatrical and extravagant performances, colors, and costumes. Offering shows throughout the whole evening, it became one of the most popular venues for dinner and entertainment in London. The restaurant explored Latin American decor, menu, and essence. The vivid energy of the tropics can be seen in the bright colors in the costumes, interior design, and dishes arriving at the table. 

Taking advantage of their enormous popularity and exclusivity, the Inca restaurant launched Luna Club London, an even more upscale private member’s club inside its space. As an extension of the mystical atmosphere of Inca, Luna Lounge accentuates the sun and the moon and all the mystery and fantasy that comes with it. Working as a nightclub in the luxurious Mayfair neighborhood, Luna Club London has become one of London’s most extravagant and selective spots.

With an eccentric and intricate cocktail menu, the club takes you on a sensory journey where everything is stimulated. Their signature cocktail, Paloma Picante, is a blend of sweet and spicy flavors. It highlight the best features of Don Julio Blanco tequila, spiced Cointreau, agave hopped grapefruit, and tajin. The Andean Condor cocktail, with Barsol Pisco,  bergamot, citrus, demerara guava, and kaffir lime, is perfect for those who enjoy tangy flavors. 

A small food menu also brings Latin American flavors to your palate. Peruvian ceviche, skewers, and maki platters are some options you can explore. The Luna Lounge is the perfect post-dinner destination, already inside the restaurant. Watch live performances from some of the most talented artists in the show business. 

Luna Club London Bookings

Capital A List members can make bookings for Luna Lounge below.

Luna Club London Dress Code & Address

Dress Code: Casual

Area: Mayfair

Address: 8-9 Argyll St, London, W1F 7TF

Website: https://www.incalondon.com/

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