After Long Delay Le Fez is Back in Action

Upper Richmond Road night club relaunches after major makeover

The dance floor at Le Fez Club
The dance floor at Le Fez Club


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A relaxation of government restrictions has allowed Le Fez Putney to reopen for the first time since major refurbishment.

The night club at 200 Upper Richmond Road has spent the enforced months of closure developing the premises. It now offers an immersive garden themed lounge bar as well as an intimate club space.

Having spent over £1million on a makeover in 2018, the owners feel they have improved the space even further with an additional £100,000 invested in collaboration with tiki specialists Little Grass Shack. Birdcage style booths are available to sip cocktails. The ‘Le Jardin’ space has all new seating, carpeting and exotic wall covering plus the Secret Garden which Le Fez claims is the most 'instagrammable' space you will find.”

Planting of bougainvillea vines and other new flowers and foliage adds a jungle feel. Le Jardin opens 5-10pm, Thursday – Saturday and is available for private hire.

Garden theme to new lounge area at Le Fez
Garden theme to new lounge area at Le Fez

Meanwhile, the French styled Le Club is open Thursday to Saturday from 10pm – 4am and offers its own premium drinks range, VIP Service and private booths. There will be weekly DJ led nights such as Paradiso and Le Secret, Comedy Nights and much more.

Private booths available at Le Fez
Private booths available at Le Fez

Anne Ackord, CEO - Le Fez and Eclectic Bars Group said, “After such a long period of closure and all the stresses that has involved I am delighted to welcome guests both old and new to the truly amazing experience that is Le Fez. Whether it’s time spent early evening in Le Jardin or the full on glamour of night time Le Fez I hope you enjoy the experience as much as we enjoy being back with you.”

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July 30, 2021

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