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Bars and pubs Piccadilly Circus
3 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
This enormous Soho bar/lounge/club/restaurant is many different venues in one. The Terrace restaurant serves the likes of West Coast crabcakes and dry-aged Herefordshire steak, while the various bars - Milk, Cocoa, Bird, Butterfly - are all available for hire for private parties, corporate events and product launches.


Venue name: Grace
Address: 42 Great Windmill Street
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus tube
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Average User Rating

2.6 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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There are plenty of Gentleman's clubs in London, however Grace Belgravia is specially for Women. Complete with its own gym, restaurant, bar and even GPs, Grace is a haven full of everything one could need in order to maximise their Wellbeing in the stressful hub of London. There are also plenty of talks and dinners open to non-members and details can be found on the website. 


It was an off place, we went there for my friends birthday! Drinks are reasonably priced and they had 50 %. it was really old music and empty club downstairs. Also really strange public attended the event, they dont have dresscode, so you had 90 year olds with 18 years olds in one place! I wouldn't go again, if you looking for a classy place!


It's hard to find a glass of wine for £3 anywhere in London let alone Central, however this place has the best happy hour - any time before 8pm ALL week there are 241 cocktails and 50% off beer and wine. Bargain right!? The place is big and busy, a little shabby, with cheesy music but the staff are friendly and the choooons actually add to the fun atmosphere (along with the cheap drinks). The cocktail menu actually looks pretty good with plenty of different takes on the classic mojito and moooore. I will definitely bare this place in mind for a quick drink before theatre/dinner!

I booked this venue for a 40th birthday dinner for a large group of friends [16]. Despite numerous email and phone call confirmations, Grace-Bar let me down. I was promised birthday decorations [balloons], nothing was put out at all. In fact I was told by our waiter Daniel that no instructions for this were sent at all by the bookings team. When we arrived, we were also instructed that our table was booked again for another dinner so we had to be quick!! Our food was practically rushed to us with not even a breather between courses. To top it off, an 1hr30 into the dinner, the waiter forced the bill onto us without us even asking [we were still trying to rush through the dessert] and we were told 'I need to clear your table, can you get the group to pay as soon as possible'. After complaining to the manager on duty, he clearly was not prepared to do anything and the standard response was I will speak to the bookings team and let you know. I’m still waiting for a reply! Definitely not the place you want to go if celebrate an occasion/make an impression. Perfect if you want your food thrown at you and then rushed straight out the door!

please say "Grace" before going here! Nice enough staff but considering the vibrant location Grace restaurant is NOT a good reflection of London restaurants. Others have obviously cottoned on to this as the restaurant has a rather wierd vibe taking me back to those awkward youth club type birthday parties that n one turns up to.... dodgy music, botch decor and staff that look like they would rather be at their dogs funeral .... and after experiencing Grace for myself and it's fish finger sized steaks.... lets face it... who can blame them!

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