The Green Carnation was inspired by the life and times of Oscar Wilde. The unique venue once served as living quarters to a church connected at the rear of the building, and has three floors for evenings of dancing, music and fun.
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4-5 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 4DB
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+44 (0)20 8123 4267
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4-5 Greek StreetSohoLondonW1D 4DB
- +44 (0)20 8123 4267
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- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
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On a Tuesday night, only the upstairs bar was open, and it was lovely. Climbing the stairs had the feeling of entering a secret enclave, and I half expected someone at the top to ask for a password before letting us in. The dark, wall-papered bar has a speakeasy vibe, and if someone suddenly started playing jazz at the white piano in the corner, it would make total sense.
Comfy sofas and...more
What a great place!!
I never knew places like this existed. Lovely, charming and elegant wine bar.
The place looks fancy and luxurious - the decor is beautiful. The seating is either intimate or a huge comfy couch for friends.
Would make a great place for a first date.
And....it's not pricey at all!!
They also do cocktails however I haven't had a chance to try them out - they sounds great...more
I've had good and bad experiences at Green Carnation. One of the bad involved waiting nearly 20 minutes for the barstaff to make us shooters after we ordered them and he kept making drinks for everyone else inbetween adding ingredients to a shaker glass... infuriating...
Some of the better are involving the bar itself. The walls, seating, floors, etc are all very plush and inviting. It...more
Oh la la! What a lovely lovely bar. I usually prefer dives for the comfort factor, but I'm giving Green Carnation five stars for what it is- a very froufrou, lounge-bar which I really enjoyed. Cozy seats, dim lighting, elegant décor and the most incredible wallpaper I've ever seen! We sank into some very comfortable velvet armchairs and chatted away for a couple of hours without having to yell...more