A lively pub drumming up all the traditions and customs of a traditional Irish watering hole, O'Neill's Carnaby Street offers a relaxed ambience, classic hospitality and a seasonally changing menu. As well as a host of favourite Irish ales behind the bar, traditional recipes and a sterling Sunday roast, guests can enjoy regular live music performances late into the evening.
Venue Details & Map
37-38 Great Marlborough StreetSohoLondonW1F 7JF
- +44 (0)20 7437 0039
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Friday night live guitar playing Oasis and other indie tunes. Soho is always a good night out!
Would visit again now it's getting warmer and there's an outside area:)more
Stopped here to grab some drinks with my friends. There was a girl behind the bar who I am sure is very sweet but had a lot of trouble getting out drink order down. When it was all worked out we enjoyed our cocktails and beers.more
Bennigan's dressed up as an Irish pub. The food in clearly made elsewhere & reheated. The menu reminded me of the U.S. Chain restaurants. My gammon ham was way too salty & was paired with bland fries, eggs & peas. Who ever prepares the food clearly does not taste it. Given the location,loads of tourists, British & American. The location is why this please does well. Come for the atmosphere,...more
My friend insisted on coming here for her birthday lunch yesterday. Yeah. I know.
But I figured, it's just a pub and we can sit outside, it can't be that bad, right? Wrong. Yes, we got a space to sit outside in the kinda sunshine so that was nice. The menu looks full of lovely sounding things so that seemed promising, if a bit on the pricey side.
I went in to order at the bar and waited....more
We stumbled upon O'Neill's looking for a bite to eat on a Sunday night. We saw a lot of people sitting outside on their patio and thought it would be a good place to stop. It was confusing about where you could sit and who you order from. First we sat at an open table at the bar and realized you go up to the counter to order. They charged us £1 to start a tab and took our drink orders. We...more