Bar Soho is an unashamedly hedonistic venue, revelling in its status as one of the party pubs of central London with a lively atmosphere, loud music and dynamic staff. Private functions, premiere after parties and even wedding receptions are commonplace in the themed upstairs bars.
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23 Old Compton Street
St JamesLondonW1D 5JL
- +44 (0)20 7439 0439
The pictures online are extremely misleading! It made the bar look very nice and sophisticated, however when we got there at 920 pm on a Saturday night it was ram packed like a student union bar! Either way, we had a great night, with good tunes. The toilets are disgusting and the bar staff are way too slow. If you go plan to get drunk and go with good company to enjoy the night!more
This is the place of all debauchery. It can make for a really great night but I'd recommend booking an area or going with a really great group of people. The downstairs can get really overcrowded but the music is great. The upstairs is probably a lot nicer. There's an area you can book which seems to have a bed in... how odd. Their cocktails are great and you can get Giant Pornstar Martini's...more
Looking for a quick, straightforward drink smack dab in the middle of Soho? This should be on your radar.
Granted I only spent 15 minutes here drinking a delightful Aperol spritz, but it was enough to get a feel for their strengths. I was situated at the bar, and every direction I turned seemed to be a different set of humans engaging on varied levels. There were dates, friend catch ups,...more
Whatever the emoticon is for crap it's the equivalent of this place. Beyond horrendous - stay away!more
From walking in and being told to take my beanie off, I was angry, literally a first in the wide range of clubs I've been in. If my hair's a mess, you let me keep my hat on, it's not like I bopped in with a hoody and trainers on, but from the get go that tells you what sort of place it thinks it is.
The place is trying to be Mahiki in Soho, and proves that Soho club owners do not know what...more