Comedy Pub serve a wide variety of food such as steak, fish & chips, Thai dishes, snacks and sandwiches. They have also comedy sketches and karaoke. They can cater for private parties of up to 150 people upon request.
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Venue Details & Map
The Comedy Pub
7 Oxendon Street
St JamesLondonSW1Y 4EE
- +44 (0)20 7839 7261
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
For £10 you can't go wrong with this place. 3 of us went here last minute, but there were only 2 spaces left. The organiser was kind great and find us an extra seat. On top of that, the line up was hilarious!!more
As far as pubs go, The Comedy Pub is a standard English pub which means a bare bones liquor, beer, and wine selection. The standards exist: Russian Standard vodka, Carlsberg, Fosters, Corona, Heineken but not much else. I would never choose to pop into The Comedy Pub had I not been there for a comedy show.
The comedy show was held in the basement, which surprisingly had a full length bar to...more
Headed here for the Arsenal Manu game. The place is comfortable and they've got plenty of big screens to watch the game which is always good.
To be fair we didn't try their food so I can't comment on that but although I can't prove it, I think the beer may have been watered down.....the bar maids looked fairly sheepish as I was watching them poor my pints and I've had carling and Heineken...more
Naaah, one star off immediately because when asked what kind of beer Doom and The Rev James are (see photo) the bartender replied (listen to this): I DON'T KNOW. They have 4.5, 4.2 etc %....
I don't know??? Then find out from someone who knows! It must have been her first day at work, she had me pay as much for a half pint as for a pint.
This place might be good on special nights, but misses...more
I have been going to The Comedy Pub since my first visit as a tourist to London ages ago and I still like to go there every now and then to recall the good memories.
The Comedy Pub is massive. It has four floors: the ground floor where you can find the bar and some tables, usually is packed with tourists and people waiting for the theatre in front of the pub. First and second floor are not...more