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Set on a corner of Soho Square, the Edge draws visitors of all kinds but caters mainly to a gay crowd: diners and coffee-sippers by day, clubbers by night.

It’s divided into four floors: the street-level main bar and terrace tables; the first floor Hygge Lounge and ‘alfresco’ second floor, both designed by Saatchi & Saatchi with chichi decor to match; and the third-floor Club Bar, which has great views over the square.

Downstairs, to a backdrop of music videos over the bar and a woozy display of 15 colour-changing squares over one wall, customers tuck into stomach-lining grub beneath a Sputnik-esque starburst ball of light.

There are cocktails here as well, including the fun-loving likes of a Bomberry Sling (Bombay Sapphire, Chambord, strawberry purée, lime juice and pineapple juice). San Miguel and Carlsberg Cold are the draught lager standards.

Venue name: Edge
Address: 11 Soho Square
Opening hours: Open noon-1am Mon-Sat; 2-11.30pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Tottenham Court Road tube

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Luisa G

I've been here twice, and I won't be going back. I went during London Pride. I had had one drink all day (I was driving, so not drinking). I walked up to the door and the bouncer looked at me with the dirtiest look I've ever experienced, and told me that I can't drink any more because I was clearly drunk. I explained that I had only had one drink all day, and I was not drunk at all, and he was rude, and insistent that I was drunk. I won't give my monery to esatablishments like that.