Decided to take my girlfriend to Curve Bar for her birthday. I booked a table, the service was excellent. The owners of curve bar took time out To asked if we were alright and weather we wanted anything. It made me feel like I pick the perfect location for my girls 30th bday. She felt special and That was my intention. The music was good the vibes were on point and we had a good time. I would recommend this bar to anyone. The drink prices are decent and the staff are friendly. A perfect choice to make. if you are into Urban music they have a great selection!
Went randomly for a girls night out to curve bar and was very impressed, I really didn't expect somewhere so nice in Lewisham.
music ok, venue dingy, expensive for what it is , entrance an drinks patrons mix of ppl though mainly male, doormen rude, arrogant an use their position to manhandle an touch women, new doormen, would mean nicer place to visit fo females
did not want to give it any stars but had to press one star to continue, venue ok, nothing special, music nothing you can;t get anywhere else, staff not all but some rude, offensive and an just there to pull women, which makes is a touch sleazy when yr female, am sure if they used trained, professional security guys, place would become better for females.
Average rating 3/5 from 4 reviews of Curve Bar.
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