The Wheatsheaf is a pub that serves a wide selection of licensed drinks and traditional British cuisine. They have regular comedy slots on Saturdays. There is also an upstairs wine bar and restaurant. They can cater for private parties of up to 60 people and provide outside seating on the pavement.
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25 Rathbone PlaceSohoLondonW1T 1JB
- +44 (0)20 7580 1585
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
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Pub where Caitlin Macnamara was taken by
Augustus John when he was living around the
corner in Charlotte Street, & where Dylan Thomas
came en route from Soho to meet her : the rest is history ..
The Sohemian Society meets here upstairs to read,talk &
launch books about famous Fitzrovian/Sohemian charactersmore
Small pub, with nice traditional interior. They do a mean Fish and Chips, and if you order 4 meals in a month, you get a free one.
Its a place to have a quiet drink on any day other than Friday, which is very strange given its location. Some might not like its lack of customers, others might find a good place to have an informal meet, as there's always seating available.
Weeny little place which my french friend described as 'possibly the most English pub I've ever seen'.
I only stayed for one drink when I came to meet some friends so I can't really go into detail about it but the staff seemed friendly, the beer was good and the atmosphere was okay.more
The Wheatsheaf looks like it should be in medieval Britain, it looks really odd on Rathbone place, like if you step inside you'll actually be entering a museum or something. I really like the way the pub presents itself form the outside.
Inside, this pub is like any other in London really. It's great there's an upstairs area too and the pub goes quite far back, there's lots of room to sit...more
Lovely little boozer that's just far enough of Oxford Street to avoid becoming a haunt for day-trippers and tourists. The hectic front bar area with its wooden floorboards gives way to a quieter seating area to the back. The fact it's normally busy is a definite good sign given the amount of local competition.
Fullers ales are the order of the day - well-kept and properly poured; it pulls a...more