With a bar on the ground and first floors, the John Snow is a pub that serves a variety of traditional British dishes and bar snacks throughout the day. They host comedy nights every Saturday evening.
Venue Details & Map
The John Snow
39 Broadwick StreetSohoLondonW1F 9QJ
- +44 (0)20 7437 1344
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
We were in SOHO and one of the reasons that I was attracted to the pub was the name, John Snow. Yes the Game of Thrones geek in me wanted to be in this pub. I took a picture of myself in front of it that is on my Instagram...why 'cause again, I am at GOT geek. It's not the coolest pub that I have seen in London, a bit of a hole in the wall by London standards but it is small and modest. Just...more
John Snow is A-OK!
On a night out adventure with a bunch of Game of Throne geeks (sorry enthusiasts) - John Snow was the bar they decided we had to head to - and who am I to argue?
Very confused at first as the pub has only one brand of beverage (which I didn't recognise, I can't for the life of me remember what it is or be bothered to look at the photo I took to remind myself). This is a...more
I had a pint of their Indian Ale with some friends. They said that all of their beer was made locally or in-house, I think--so no Stella or Beck's to be found here. Their beer was good, crisp, cold, and flavorful. Would recommend, and would go back.more
Nice classic London boozer. Nothing special really but a decent pint if that's what you're after. Clearly very popular. Took the obligatory GOT photo with the sign. If you plan on going to BAO next door, I recommend getting the plastic cups and queuing with your drink.more
Is this the best pub in London? Nope. However, when I lived in London (way back in 2006-7), I would frequent it a when I was in the area. It has lots of seating, been around forever and always had a nice beer selection (Sam Smiths served here).
Prices are pretty good for the area too, which can be quite pricey. I stopped back into the pub in 2013 and was glad it appeared as nothing had changed.more