If you’ve done your work properly and drunk enough Stella Artois, then by this stage you’re probably feeling quite lively and fired-up. On most bar crawls, this energy can be channeled towards two distinct outlets – fighting or dancing. I prefer dancing. Favela Chic is one of my favourite places to bust some moves. There’s always a great atmosphere, and if you drink enough Caipirinhas you can pretend you’re still in Brazil on your gap year, and that the real world doesn’t exist. The night can end here or you can go in search of one of East London’s infamous Car Park raves. Just follow the deep bass…
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