The City of Quebec

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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
Address: 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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Bar staff treats younger visitors as potential rent boys and follows them into toilets in suspicion of action there... Meanwhile similar aged older blokes relieve each other at the urinals, which is perfectly fine by the same staff.