Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Paying tribute to the city that endured the brutal blitz of the Second World War, Cahoots serves exquisite cocktails in a variety of vessels, including vintage milk bottles, old mugs, hip flasks and tins. Warwick user reviews 4.
There is a no-reservations policy, so get here early to grab a seat. Bar Soho user reviews 3. Discover She Sohoprimarily a ladies bar although gentlemen are welcome with female guests. Nestled just a stone's throw away from Tottenham Court Road station is the clean-cut, slick Club Open to non-members Mon-Sat 6pmpm, phone to reserve a maximum two-hour booking.
From the first phone call up until the last person left the venue on the night; all of the staff and management ensured that our every need was catered for.
Cocktails are amazing, and if you're a woman sick of being hit on in busy bars, you're in safe hands. This is undoubtedly one of the most popular gay pubs in London. Aptly named, this bar extends 80 feet in length and is a vibrant space any night of the week. Notify me of new posts via email.
Recommended by. Disrepute 11 user reviews 5. This traditional two-floor pub attracts a similar though less cruisey crowd to Comptons. When it comes to bars in Soho, it's all about cracking drinks and tasty eats. Throughout the centuries, celebrities have graced the streets, bars and clubs of Soho with their presence in return for the opportunity to let loose and have a good time.