Friendly Soho bar The Edge has three floors of music, so you can move up or downstairs depending on your mood. Relax on comfy sofas or strut your stuff on the illuminated dancefloor, while DJs serve up a mix of house, pop and R&B. You can reserve a space in advance for special occasions.
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Venue Details & Map
11 Soho SquareW1D 3QE
- +44 (0)20 7439 1313
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
A great bar located right next to Soho Square, it is difficult to miss. Just look for the four story building light up with bright, neon colours.
Recently remodelled on the ground floor, this bar is a great space to relax with your friends and enjoy a drink. With friendly bartenders (that are also typically shirtless), you can even get a discount with their free loyalty club program (which...more
We weren't planning on going to The Edge. In fact, I didn't even know it existed until last Tuesday night. But I was meeting a friend and we decided to duck into the nearest pub/bar, which happened to be The Edge.
The atmosphere was dead, the music was far too cheesy, the interior was dull and one of the walls was covered with TVs showing some bizarre videos on loop.
We had bottled beer and...more
Love the edge!!!! Perfect cocktails and shooters. Order the cowboy c*** shooter!
Staff is so friendly and interactive! Perfect place for pre-drinks for a night out in sohomore
Got a Birthday or a celebration coming up? Want someone in-offensive and convenient. Easy to find, comfy and sharp interior? Friendly and mild mannered staff? Then this is the place for you.
I wouldn't necessarily choose to come here for a drink on a night out. However you can hire a floor or a table for free on any night of the week. For all the reasons above it's perfect for groups and a...more
Now I understand why the gays have fled Soho for Vauxhall.
The DJ seemed more into the tunes he was spinning than anyone on the dance floor. I'm from the land of American gay clubs where they're packed with hot, shirtless men, dancing as if their lives depended on it. There was none of that here. Frankly, I missed it.
The Edge was also pretty overrun with hen parties on the night I went. In...more