John Snow Pub

Bars and pubs , Pubs Soho
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Venue name: John Snow Pub
Address: 39 Broadwick St
London
W1F 9QJ
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus
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4.3 / 5

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NakedPRGirl Claire
Tastemaker

You know nothing, Jon Snow. Oh the fun you can have with this historic little pub. This has become a Soho favourite of mine, and in a town rammed with choice, that's saying something. With actually nothing to do with Game of Thrones (imagine) and actually named after a doctor who traced London's cholera outbreak, it is extremely popular with workers in the area who regularly spill out onto the streets after 6 o clock. It's a saloon style bar with those curious half door things you have to duck underneath so it's quaint and cosy. Beer looks good with loads of choice. Wine less so, with just one choice of Rose but hey, just roll with it. A low maintenance bar with a high level of people - you might find you have a little queue to get served but the atmosphere makes up for it.

Andy B
tastemaker

Whenever I have friends from abroad visiting me in London, this pub is always the first place I take them. It has all the quintessentials of a London pub - historic building, friendly staff, multiple beers/ales on tap and an atmosphere that is difficult to replicate anywhere else. I strongly recommend stopping in for a drink if you get the chance. It can't get busy but upstairs is always your best bet.

Staff Writer

Interesting pub, the inside seemed to have partitions around the bar, and had to duck through a small gap to get around the bar. Not sure why guess it's the age of the bar/building. It's a same smith pub so all beers and ales are Sam's own brand. Pretty reasonable prices and nice cider.

Katie Rushton

Shared a bottle of wine outside the John Snow Pub a few weeks ago. It had a nice ambiance and was packed with chatter. A bottle of fairly decent white wine was £17 - which is reasonable for London! The bar staff were really nice and friendly.