Blue Posts

Bars and pubs Chinatown
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One of Soho’s unsung and superior destinations, this lovely little corner pub flanking a narrow alleyway in the heart of the gay quarter attracts a real cross-section. Older types might drop by for the Sunday afternoon jazz sessions or the weekly quiz, while regular DJs bring in a different crowd.

Events take place in a cosy room upstairs, while down below, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Hoegaarden, Leffe and Magners cider are served. The bar staff’s predecessor of a century ago, Fred D Harris, is honoured on the wall, as is the late, legendary Terry, whom many Sohoites may remember from the Dive Bar days. Food includes signature salt-beef sandwiches and sundry pies, minces and omelettes.



Venue name: Blue Posts
Address: 28 Rupert Street
Opening hours: Open 11am-11.30pm Mon-Thur; 11am-midnight Fri, Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-8pm Mon-Sat; 1-5pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus tube
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One of the best places to be in London, specially on Sunday nights! Lovely people, extraordinary artists, wonderful environment and great location. It's a place where you just feel alive, and there's nothing better than that! The Blue Posts is definitely a very genuine place!


The Sunday session with Fallen Heroes and Bee Ororo, plus many guests (like the hilarious Jonny Blamey), is a regular fixture in the lives of many Blue posts regulars - it can be hard to get in, but if you do, the rough-and-ready quality of the patrons and music alike will warm the heart. Fallen Heroes are great musicians and jazz connoisseurs - their renditions of many classics bring the pub out in song and help to while away the time in glee before the lugubrious shadow of Monday falls ! Occasional celebs drop in without fuss, as unfussy are the clientele and the atmosphere. The Blue Posts is living proof that London can still provide genuine, musically talented and non-corporate fun - praise be to Michael and Are who run the pub exactly as it is, and resist any pressures to change.