Established in 1995, the Vibe Bar is one of the East-End's longest running, and best loved drinking dens. Situated in the middle of would-be famous Brick Lane; the Vibe Bar enjoys a whole host of customers from all around the globe and all walks of life.
Spread over 4 different rooms and one huge, beautiful courtyard, guests can enjoy sipping a world class cocktail or two at the bar, or slowly make their way to the bottom of a pint glass whilst sitting the courtyard and watching the world and their pets go by. Vibe Bar also plays host to the Brick Lane Music Festival every September, an event which recognises music, diversity and culture around East London - and is put together by local venues in the area.
The Vibe Bar always attracts a mixed bag of young indie kids, largely drawn from the music and fashion worlds, keen to enjoy the buzzing, sociable feel and club atmosphere. Expect skinny jeans, Converse trainers and heavy black frame glasses in abundance. The music is literally pounding - so loud that the courtyard offers a necessary respite at some points when it all gets too much - and the heating and great burgers and hot dogs make for a nice outdoor break whatever the weather. The staff are friendly and enthusiastic about the music and keen to tell you about forthcoming events, but can be annoying and a little smug when they decide the bar is too busy at 9pm on weekend nights and stop serving draught beer to speed things up.