Rupert Street brings in some pretty good DJ’s to play live every Friday and Saturday night.For more than a decade, The Duke of Wellington has served as a classic British local gay pub in the middle of Soho.Inside (as with all other pubs in the UK, strictly no smoking), the original brick work, wooden beams and the gorgeous bar staff are exposed. The Yard is one of the most stylish gay venues in Soho and a firm favourite of ours.
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Everyday Family is the place to be, with resources from preconception to preschool and beyond.
Both bar & club continue to be two of the most popular gay venues in London.
Great service and great drinks at reasonable prices.
Of course, the family we serve goes beyond the site, to the global family we all share.
Everyday Family supports families everywhere in cooperation with charitable organizations on local, national, and global levels.
This is a winning combination that has been reflected in the many awards this bar has won in recent years. Newly opened, stylish, chill-out cocktail lounge bar, located directly above Ku Bar.
The Light Lounge offers a great selection of beers, wines and cocktails.
Comptons is located in what used to be a Victorian hotel.
In the 1950’s, the hotel had become a pub called ‘The Swiss Tavern’ and acquired a reputation as being a meeting place for gay men which at the time was illegal.
The bar attracts a more mature, beer-drinking crowd than found in some of the other gay bars in Soho. Ku Soho offers a (little bit) more relaxed and laid-back environment. Inside the bar is a chandelier in memory of the 3 people killed and 70 injured in the 1999 attack by a neo-Nazi who attempted (and failed) to stir up homophobic tensions in London. Like all big bars, be aware of your wallet and phone.