Friday, 8 November 2013

Mahiki and a Russian Birthday.

Thursday night was a busy one. It started off with the younger members drinks at the club, before we all moved across to Mahiki for drinks and dancing. We had a couple of tables and got some Treasure Chests to keep us all going, and then Henry, Oli and I went outside to get drinks from the corner shop as Mahiki didn't have what we wanted, before going back to Mahiki to dance. Classy.

At around midnight we left, Henry had to go and get his flight to Constantinople, aka Istanbul (I was supposed to go too, but I had a reservation at Novikov's new restaurant Rextail on Saturday night that I was not going to miss). So I went over to Ruski's in Kensington for the last few hours of Antoin's Birthday celebrations. After whispering the secret password to the man on the door, he let me through the wooden doors and I went down to join my friends.

Happy Birthday Antoin!
I'm so jealous of Jasiminne's big brown eyes, she never has the issue of getting red eyes in photos!

I love Ruski's so much, the cocktails are amazing, the champagne is served in the 1920's style champagne glasses, and they always have awesome DJ's and dancers. One night you might have traditional Russian dancers, the next break dancers, and another night ballerinas. They even had DJ Tiesto there last week!

After dancing far too wildly we got all sweaty and yucky, and the photos started going blurry, so I decided it was time to head home and left the others there to continue the party without me.



  1. Looks like you had a brilliant time! I love Mahiki, it's probably my most visited club in London - there's just something a bit more fun about it in comparison to some of the others.

    And of course, the cocktails are amazing :)

    Caroline x
    Cocktails and Caroline

    1. Yes, it's so much fun! It's one of my guilty pleasures haha ;)

      The cocktails are fab, although I find they're always too weak and never have much alcohol in them :(

      C x


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