The O Bar

Bars and pubs , Cocktail bars Soho
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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An iconic Soho landmark, in the best possible corner location on Brewer Street and Wardour Street, The O Bar boasts three floors of fun with three distinct personalities! Specialising in cocktails served in a great, fun, party atmosphere with DJs playing every night. And we're open until late!
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Venue name: The O Bar
Address: 83-85 Wardour St
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus
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The O-Bar is a great place to have cocktails in the heart of Soho!

They have 3 floors:

Upstairs, is a bit like a living room and people often hire tables up there for private functions. It's usually closed at the beginning of the evening they open it once it becomes busier.

Ground floor, this is the main bar area, in the early evening it's very much like a lounge, you can enjoy very nice 2 for 1 cocktails during happy hour, with nice background music.

Later it the place becomes quite busy, they music is turned up and there's a lot more of a party vibe going on!

Downstairs is the club, it's all white tiles and mirrors, with a dance floor and booths for groups to sit in. I haven't been there very often, so I can't really say much about it.

All in all, I really like this bar. The cocktails are good and reasonably priced, the service at the bar is just a bit slow sometimes, so when it gets busy you might have to wait for quite a while until you get your cocktail.

Tony A

I am giving this a 2 star rating, however, I believe that this venue has the potential to become 4 stars. The size of the venue is perfect, both upstairs and downstairs, but maybe its still not that well known and people have other better known options in the same area. The music was great downstairs, the only problem is that there was hardly any people in there, even around 12am. So like I said, this place has potential, its just needs bigger crowds.