Dalston Superstore Guestlist and Table Bookings
Don’t let the rustic exterior fool you; Dalston Superstore is one of the most achingly trendy hangouts that you are likely to come across in East London. Along with a contemporary after dark soundtrack it is gay friendly and also likes to dabble in the arts.
Dalston Superstore’s elongated upstairs bar is a bright and airy space decked out in full force with a distinctively quirky style. Various brightly painted exposed pipes and sculptures adorn the walls while a private, raised booth sits snugly to the rear of the venue. When Dalston Superstore is not playing host to a number of regular art exhibitions in its basement level, the space is occupied by weekly disco and electro club nights attracting a wide variety of clubbers and scene setters alike.
Edgy east London fashion takes command at Dalston Superstore and the people who are enticed towards this fashion Mecca dress accordingly sporting all of the latest trends. Bar staff are efficient and also notably preened to perfection while door staff make sure that the relaxed atmosphere is maintained. The cheerful, brightness of the entire space encourages relaxation and the venue is generally welcoming to those of any persuasion.
On club nights, all sorts of thumping progressive beats can be heard from the basement ranging from funk, electronic, house and techno to suit many dedicated clubbers. Performers to have graced the stage include Detroit house and techno producer Claude Vonstroke
, avant garde singer Billie Ray Martin and techno courtesy of Deepgroove. To get a full feel of the beats you can expect to hear, check out the extensive list of previous events displayed on the website.
Top-notch, sweet and flamboyant cocktails are £7.10 a pop, while an popular choice of bottled and draft beers are available to suit most palates with prices starting at a standard £3.80. A decent selection of wine is also on offer at a reasonable £3.90 a glass.