Admiral Duncan is a gay pub situated in the heart of Soho. They have a juke box that plays 80's and 90's music and gets very busy on a Saturday night. There is no seating so it's very friendly and a great meeting place.
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The Admiral Duncan
54 Old Compton StreetSohoLondonW1D 4UD
- +44 (0)20 7437 5300
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
More of cabaret.
Nothing special. I like it during the week. It's not get very busy. So I can have a pint on my own.
Weekend usually busymore
One of the best, most historic, and important Gay bars in the UK. It's small but perfectly formed. Ignoring the importance behind the history of the bar, the staff are all incredible and friendly to all. on top of that you get top class entertainers, largely drag artists, every night. There's never a dull moment in the Duncan!more
I really like this place - full of a real community vibe and always has great acts on. Big fan of the fact it doesn't turn away non-gays. Was in there recently and the diversity was spectacular. It isn't the biggest - but you can easily spend an evening there, it's pretty cheap.more
The Admiral Duncan was my favorite pub to visit during the week my husband and I spent in London. It's kind of small and can get crowded, but the people we encountered were very friendly.
This was our first stop on our first night when we went out to explore SOHO's nightlife. I'm not much of a beer drinker so I asked the bartender to give me a pint of what the locals drink, and he did not...more
The Admiral Duncan is a gay bar in the Soho area of London. It was a site to a bombing in 1999, an attack against gays. There is a chandelier that is a memorial to those who were killed.
This was actually the bar that had the cheapest drinks that I noticed in London. They had a drink special of only 2 pounds for a list of mixed drinks. Most beers were 4 pounds throughout our time in...more