In the heart of Soho lies the upmarket Shadow Lounge. It's the perfect place to go for a few cocktails, and to take advantage of the late night bar. The Shadow Lounge is London’s premier gay members-only bar, but if you can't afford the £350 membership fee, you can still visit by registering on the guest list in advance (or take your chances on the door!)
With emphasis on quality, service and comfort, The Shadow Lounge has been designed to make guests feel as welcome and relaxed as possible.
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5-7 Brewer Street, Soho, London, W1F 0RF
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+44 (0)20 7317 9270
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
- Venue allows outside catering
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
We went to Shadow Lounge our first night in London which happened to be a Thursday and it was a total blast. When we first got there it was fairly busy but within an hour or so the place was totally packed. I liked the layout of the place, it was much bigger than I expected and the bartenders, although forced by law to practically give me NO alcohol in my drink lol (we learned really quick...more
Recently renovated, the Shadow Lounge is wonderfully put together. With a small (under floor 70's disco lights) dance floor in the centre of the room, surrounded by a raised standing area, reserved tables as well as one lone pole for those who dare to dance you are bound to have fun. Bathrooms are the cleanest around (with very nice soaps/lotions).
Drinks: Cheaper than surrounding clubs but...more
Soho at it's best? Maybe. The exclusiveness is probably something quite attractive about this place, then again it seems that at least style-wise they let everyone in (is it about the wallet?). Even though I can only refer to movies I've seen about this era, I felt a bit like dancing back in the eighties. Loved the retro, blinky, light-dancefloor. The show stage, literally, due to the fence...more
I've always been told this was a hard bar to get into, though in the past two weeks, I've encountered several emails and events that offered free guestlist for this place, so it doesn't realllly seem so exclusive. I popped in after an event that I went to because they made a list for us, and I was a bit surprised to see how small it was. We claimed a little alcove, which, yeah I guess was...more
I've been an on and off regular to Shadow Lounge for going on five years now. When I first started going it was definitely a member's bar and you almost nearly needed a member or regular to get you in. Now it's just as easy to get into as any other gay club in London (not that it's a bad thing).
The nice thing about Shadow Lounge is that it fills a much needed gap in the market, i.e well...more