In the heart of the West End, Waxy O'Connors is like no other bar and restaurant you've ever visited. The extraordinary interior has some amazing features including cathedral like timber carvings, stained glass windows, beautifully tiled floors and the trunk and branches of a giant preserved beech tree. Within this are 3 bars and 6 different levels linked together by a warren of staircases and passages. Waxys stage regular live music and promotions, and show all the top sporting events on a big screen.
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14-16 Rupert Street, London Chinatown, London, W1D 6DD
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+44 (0)20 7287 0255
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14-16 Rupert StreetLondon ChinatownLondonW1D 6DD
- +44 (0)20 7287 0255
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- Piccadilly Circus
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The drinks are standard, as is the food. But the place does have a great atmosphere! As you step down from the main bar you're greated with a large tree and the further you explore the further down the rabbit hole you go into a maze of caverns and side bars. Always great to take out of towners to for a pub with a twist!more
Good steak and guiness pie. This place has a really fun combination of decors - old-fashioned church pews and a giant tree. It's a good place for a pub meal or just drinks. Friendly bartenders and fun atmosphere.more
Now Waxy's is a must visit! Even though its location is popular for tourists, there aren't many actually going.
Don't think it is an empty and boring place, though. Au contraire! Fridays and Saturdays it's crowded w/ locals, as myself.
At first look it may seem like a small place, but it is HUGE! You go downstairs, then you have this big hall, then you go upstairs - wow, a tree inside the...more
I have been here a couple of times and always forget to write a review. Despite the fact that this pub is in touristy Soho you will find many locals here. Its a great place to watch a football match as well as to just go to hang out with friends and in big groups. The pub is really busy though, so if you're a bigger group I would reserve a table. Finding people here is tricky though as there...more
This place isn't as awful as you expect it to be. The hoards of tourists that you anticipate are definitely there, but the building is huge so it doesn't feel crammed and you can easily find a private table to hang out with your friends. The food is okay. The drinks could be more expensive. It basically feels like a very non-confrontational approach to being a pub: it is large, but cozy...more