There are plenty of quirky venues in London, but how many can guarantee the professional service and experience that is desired also? Not many. That’s where our Farringdon and Old Street venues come in.
What makes a venue quirky? The word quirky is defined as ‘having or characterised by peculiar or unexpected traits or aspects’. So let’s highlight what makes our venues quirky and what traits make us stand out from the crowd.
Quirky Venues London - Bounce Ping Pong
Ping Pong & Food – How many places can you name where you get a high quality dining experience and couple that with an outrageously fun activity, Ping Pong. That seems pretty quirky to us. One of the things that surprises people most is just how good the food is. For us, every aspect of your experience is of the upmost importance, which is why we care so much when it comes to the dining experience. Not all quirky venues in London can promise this.
Heritage – Both venues are soaked in heritage to remember the exact locations they are and tie in the local community. Jean Jaques III invented the game you play and enjoy, known as Ping Pong, on the very site of our Farringdon Venue. Old Street could be top of the quirky London venues with the combination of graffiti adorned walls and heritage tiles.
UV – If you’ve been to Bounce, you’ll know what we’re talking about. When the lights come down and the UV comes on, the venues become even more alive. The phones come out, smiles light up and the energy increases. If you haven’t experienced this yet, what are you waiting for?