London’s oldest gay pub is a busy, down-to-earth West End boozer with a quiet, comfortable main area and disco downstairs. The Quebec is sometimes referred to as the ‘elephants’ graveyard’, on account of its older clientele, though it attracts a good mix of ages – though the younger men are often in search of a daddy. Compared to London’s trendier venues, it feels slightly suburban, but this is no bad thing, and it’s nice to visit a bar where you don’t have to shout. It is certainly a refreshing change from the posey Soho scene.
|Venue name:||The City of Quebec|
12 Old Quebec St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 11am-11pm, Thur 11am-1am, Fri-Sat 11am-2am, Sun 11am-10.30pm|
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