7Heaven

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The owners of Bar Six are expanding – and numerically too, it seems. We head up the stairs to their newest spot, 7Heaven, to see if the club lives up to its name.

The location Bang central in LKF, just up the road from Club 7/11 (don’t get these two confused...). The entrance is small but the bright blue sign is hard to miss.

The door policy Free usually, aside from special guest DJ events. Dress smart and remember your ID – the bouncers are thorough.

The clientele It’s still in soft opening, so the crowds aren’t heavy. On a Friday night we see a mixture of locals and expats, 50/50 girls and boys.

The space The space is small but well laid-out, with seating along the outside of an L-shaped dance floor and two bars suitably close to the action. Clubbers are able to hang at the back of the DJ booth and interact, which is a nice touch. The large LED display wall will surely be impressive, once it’s up and running. We think the space would work quite well for private parties and events.

The toilets The mounted guns on the walls in the men’s bathroom are completely unexpected but certainly a talking point. The space is very clean with lots of mirrors and a funky unisex basin.

The tunes DJ Bravo has a range of genres; when we visit the resident mixer, he is spinning good remixes of recent hits.
The VIP treatment The Plume Card gets you membership to Bar Six, 7Heaven and Cvche, with priority table booking and free champagne. The VIP table is sleek but standard.

The verdict While there’s nothing bold or new here, it’s a space where you can feel a little exclusive while being a safe bet for a classy night of drinking and dancing. 7Heaven fully opens by mid-July. Anna Cummins 

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