I walked over to City of Quebec while I was staying at Four Seasons Park Lane in Mayfair, London
I had no idea this was a gay bar and but my brother and I didn't care, the atmosphere was lively and the only 2 seats in the house that became available were at the bar and we took them.
The bartenders were nice and chatty with us Americans....more
"I know where to take you." Said my ex and London native Andrew. "It's a *real* sugar daddy bar, where the sugar dads start around 65-70 and the cakes are real young."
With the floral Victorian wallpaper and an all ages international crowd, I watched the 22 year olds score with the 70 set time and time again.
"They are prostitutes." The guy drinking next to me said bluntly.
Apparently this is a gay bar but it's right off Oxford Street and tourist shopping central, so it's half packed with retail weary visitors and people like me, who popped in from the rain. The staff are nice and the bevs are fairly priced, so have a drink and don't discriminate. Canadians are people too.more
Hahah!! It figures I'd stumble into a gay bar while spending money I don't have in Marble Arch.
This place was great though, very chill. The music was what tipped me off, but I felt very comfortable here, even alone. And only £1.65 for a half pint.more
This gay bar couldn't be further from the main scene in Soho and yet class itself as a central bar; an observation that also applies to the clientele.
This bar really appeals to the older type of gay men and those that love daddie and oldies. The bar is okay but really isn't my type of place. The decor and atmosphere is so outdated and not really relevant for young crowds. Saying that,...more