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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+ you can sit outside and there's heated lights
+ 50% everything happy hour special
- literally took me 20 minutes to get served inside, while some randomers got served in 5 minutes (insulting!)
- just meh all over
there's just nothing special about this place.. we got to sit outside and got all our drinks half off, which was all nice but waiting so long to get served was crap and the whole...more
Not bad. A wipe-dry bar in Soho which meets all your requirments without ever really exciting you.
Lively with loud music and reasonable bar prices. It's the sort of place you can imagine ending up on an office party night.
We spent most of our time upstairs which was quieter and less crowded - good place for a drink and chat.
Half price bottles before 8pm on a Friday - £15 for a bottle...more
A straight-ish bar in the middle of Soho. It's misleading really.
I like that they have ample outdoor seating if you don't want to be inside with the humidity and crowds So the outdoors seating is really its only saving grace. Aside from that, there's really nothing special about this bar besides the fact that it's always full on Friday or Saturday night so you're bound to meet some...more
The atmosphere is usually lively and I always find an interest in the music. Sometimes they will play Top 40s and then mix with the oldies, as well as 90s Hip-Hop and R&B. Very random sequence but you can't help but grab you friend and get up to dance when you hear your favorite songs from the 90s. (i.e. Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise) I would have never imagined dancing to this song in London in...more
I think one word is appropriate for this place... predictable. It's mainstream enough for being near a tourist spot, plays half-loud pop music, and the drinks aren't all that impressive either. Might as well wander down towards Wardour street where there are a lot more places along the way that have more character.more