Unapologetically bold as brass, the Roadhouse is an American-inspired diner overlooking the hubbub of Covent Garden Piazza. Slot into a booth and tuck into generous portions of unpretentious American staples such as burgers, fajitas and grills. With live music every night and a 60-strong cocktail list, whipped up by one of the flamboyant bartenders, it can also cater for large groups and parties.<br/><br/>Please note that the Roadhouse is strictly an over 18's only venue.
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35 Covent GardenCovent GardenLondonWC2E 8HB
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
We've ended up at the Roadhouse a number of times - never for food, but it's a great place to go for drinks and dancing in the later hours. It's styled as an American diner, complete with motorbikes behind the bar. There's plenty of space but usually a good crowd on the dance floor, and it doesn't take too long to get served at the bar. The best part, however, is the live band - arrive on a...more
I have been to Roadhouse a few times now, and overall I love it!
The first time I tried to participate in Rockaoke on a Wednesday I got there too late to sign up (9.15pm), so GET THERE EARLY on a Wednesday if you want to sing! They were really good about it and the three of us got a free drink each as apology, and we had a really good night in the end (despite me starting out so...more
It's an American style diner, however also a very crowded bar, gets really busy on weekends.
The food isn't bad, considering most people go to drink. Reasonable variety of beers and spirits, easy to get carried away and do way too many shots (the bar stuff will encourage you).more
Set in the heart of covent garden this underground venue takes you back to the 1960's American dar/dinner experience with the bright red shiny coloured booths in one area and the tables and seats everywhere else coupled with the art work all over the walls but for me it is the Harley Davidson sitting on the top self of the spirits section in the middle of the central bar.
There are smaller bar...more
This is Not a bad review- it's just not a good one.
When someone said 'lets go to the Roadhouse' I agreed as I mistook it for another place around the corner. Surprised we were headed for the heart of Covent Garden.
My first thought *oh god tourist trap* and I was right. It's a big garish place with motorbikes and neon lights here there and everywhere. A big bar surrounded by tables and...more