John The Unicorn

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John The Unicorn is a Restaurant/Bar based, Situated slap bang in the heart of Peckham on Rye Lane, John the Unicorn or just ‘John’ as he is known to his friends, is the neighbourhood’s newest haunt. The inside of John The Unicorn has industrial brickwork, exposed beams, textured wallpaper, and marble surfaces, and the ground […]

Village

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Since its 1991 debut, Village has established itself as one of Soho’s top gay bars. Entry is free, and entertainment options include DJs, camp karaoke, and scantily clad “gogo boy” dancers. This location is popular as a pre-club gathering spot. It’s a terrific venue to experience the Soho feel, although crowded on Friday and Saturday […]

Admiral Duncan

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The Admiral Duncan is a friendly pub with a ‘Local’ atmosphere in the heart of the capital. In honor of Admiral Adam Duncan, who beat the Dutch navy in 1797, a traditional English homosexual tavern has been established in the heart of Soho. Host to a range of event nights the Admiral Duncan caters for […]

Little Ku

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Just seek for one of the few rainbow flags in downtown Soho that is flying out front. It is situated directly south of Old Compton St. Its more raunchy brother bar Ku Bar/Klub is located in adjacent Chinatown. A contemporary Soho institution with two somewhat little, cozy, and stylishly designed floors that has been entertaining […]

Comptons of Soho

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Since June 1986, Comptons has played a significant role in the LGBT scene in London. Comptons is located in the heart of Soho’s “Gay village.” Famous for its outside drinking with a view of Old Compton Street both up and down. Even after more than 35 years, Comptons is still considered as one of London’s […]

Rupert Street

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Another very popular gay bar located right in the middle of Soho. Rupert Street is Located in the heart of Soho proudly serving the Gay Scene. Open Daily from Midday till Midnight. In the summer, Rupert Street is crowded with partygoers in the evenings, spilling out into the street while serving food (burgers, etc.) and […]

The Friendly Society

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Located just off Wardour Street, in the alley between Ann Summers and The Village in London’s Soho gay district. A laid-back LGBT pub in the basement, Friendly Society is distinctive and pleasant. Friendly Society benefits from the element of surprise since, after passing through a dull back alley entrance, you are met with Soho’s most […]

The Yard

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Nestled in an intimate courtyard tucked away off Rupert St. The Yard is a welcoming retreat for the hustle and bustle of busy London. The Yard, which has its own private courtyard and outside heaters, is especially well-liked by people who still smoke. Inside the original brickwork, wooden beams and the gorgeous bar staff are […]

Zodiac Bar

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One of the newest LGBTQ+ establishments in London, ZODIAC Bar is ideally placed between Soho and Camden, providing a comfortable area free from the commotion of tourists and hen parties. Open seven days a week, Zodiac Bar & Club regularly hosts special events and drag shows with well-known RuPaul’s Drag Race UK queens and drag […]

G-A-Y Bar

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G-A-Y Bar is located at 30 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 4UR. Visit G-A-Y Bar for Bar and Pubs & Bars. G-A-Y Bar serves Drinks Only dishes. Everything you’d expect is there at Soho’s iconic G-A-Y Bar, including affordable beer specials, a youthful clientele, and lots of Britney. The space contains three levels. Due […]