Pachá is opening a Lío in London, which means you no longer need to hop on a flight to spend the night amongst cabaret, good food and an the world’s best DJs.
You haven’t been to Ibiza if you haven’t been to Lío, but from February 2023, you may have been to Lío without having been to Ibiza. Read that again, we know it’s confusing.
Lío, the formerly El Divino nightclub, is part cabaret, part restaurant and part clubbing scene – an avant-garde concept brought together by its creative director Joan Gràcia. Part of the Pacha Group conglomerate, Lío is a local island favourite that has seen some of the most renowned musical talent, hosted some of the most extravagant parties and celebrated late into the evening (or early into the morning, a coin flips both sides afterall). As intrinsic as it may be to the Ibiza lifestyle, Lío will now be opening its doors in a whole different island all together… The UK.
Located in London’s West End, Lío is expected to take over Café de Paris, a venue that can open up to 715 people. The restaurant, which will be under the reigns of Chef Adam Rawson and wine overseen by sommelier Romaine Audrerie, is impeccable to London standards. And yes, this means a moveable DJ booth, plenty of mirrors and decor suitable for the Grade II listed building home to the new Lío.
We can expect all the party extravaganza four days per week, Wednesday to Saturday. We’ve already seen the likes of Leo Messi, Leonardo DiCaprio, David Guetta, Anne Hathaway, Michael Jordan or Valentino, so we can only speculate on what fresh faces will be visiting Lío in its latest location. Equipped with all the artistic potential found in its Spanish address, Lío London is likely to have a talented team or hairstylists, make-up artists and costume designers on the go.