Looking for a friendly pub in Soho, where you can enjoy the craic over a relaxed meal for two, a few roundsof beer, a buzzing live band or some great sport on TV? And a place people from Wardour Street to Covent Garden and Kings Cross are proud to call their local? Make yourself at home at O'Neill's Irish bar in Central London.
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Venue Details & Map
33-37 Wardour StreetSohoLondonW1D 6PU
- +44 (0)20 7494 9284
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
ONLY GOT 1 STAR BECAUSE I COULDN'T GIVE IT 0!!! AVOID.
Went out for a few birthday drinks with friends, and unfortunately ended up being a terrible night. The staff were very rude and unfriendly and still seemed to expect gratuity every time. They continuously ignored us waiting at the bar to socialise between themselves... But what can you expect when the manger was as rude and obviously not...more
Leave it up to American tourist friends to drag you to a franchise pub you've always avoided (because life is too short for chain bars!). I'm an American expat by the way...I can say these things ;)
I walked inside my first O'Neills today and was pleasantly surprised- this was a really nice and up-to-date 2-story pub. The service was nice as well. The British fare, as expected by me at...more
I've been here a few times for post work drinks or for pre-drinks on weekends.
I've always found this place to be ok. I've never had any problems from the bouncers, I've always exchanged brief pleasantries with them, as I do all bouncers, and then walked straight in.
It's good for mid week drinks and the band music always gets you dancing. It's pretty big inside too, so it's good for large...more
Pleasant enough place just off Shaftebury Avenue at the corner of China Town. Seems a strange place to have an Irish bar in China Town but they seem to get everywhere these days.
Went inside at about 6pm on a wednesday night so the place was pretty empty (although service was no quicker as a result!). The place is decorated with the usual tacky and cheesy Irish memorabilia as you would...more
Normally I detest chain pubs like O'Neills and Wetherspoons, but this place stands out for its late license and the dancing on the top floor. I've never failed to have a good night in here, it is usually full of unpretentious slightly boozed punters (me included) who are just up for a good time. They'll let you get away with pretty raucous behavior (I went in once dressed as a voluptuous witch...more