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The Friendly Society
79 Wardour StreetSohoLondonW1D 6QG
- +44 20 7434 3805
I would have given this place 5 stars if I hadn't been called a c**t at the end of the night by a member of staff.
We were having a great night and had collectively spent a lot of money in here. My two friends were being loud (shock horror in a bar) when a drunken member of staff walks past and shouts at them that 'this isn't Tiger Tiger'. I reply with "it's called having fun" to which I get...more
The quirkiest bar in Soho for me. I literally walk in and feel like I've gone following the rabbit in Alice in Wonderland. From figurines hanging from the ceiling, doggie vases, circular fish bowls and interesting mood lighting; this place will have you looking around for a while.
I got a mojito here and it was spot on. Usually the place is packed on Saturdays but went on Sunday and was empty....more
The premise of this bar is a good one, all the ingredients are there to be a splendid addition to the selection of gay bars in Soho. However, it's almost like they're trying too hard and have completely lost their way. There's too much going on. Plastic dolls glued to the ceiling. Underwater decor. Handbags hanging from the ceiling behind the bar. A fish tank (that could do with cleaning!)....more
I last visited this place whilst ona night out with a few Yelper friends (big up Jane G, Theresa C and Issy F!!). We went downstairs after being told by the bouncer that they were on last orders. This was at 11pm, which I think is a mistake for a Friday night. And also a shame because this place is GREAT. We could easily have spent all night here!
Downstairs you emerge into a crazily decoarted...more
I once went to the Tate Modern to see an exhibition - one of those that you pay a little extra to see. One of the most memorable pieces of art I saw (and in fact have ever seen) was a garden shed, filled up with a lifetime of junk and blown up with explosives then put back together using wires to give an impression of how the shed looked a millisecond after the explosive went off. I remember...more