Clubs in Soho
Located on Greek Street, Club 49 proves a popular choice with the Soho crowd. Upstairs is a main bar with a VIP area, while downstairs hosts the dance floor with its regular live music and DJ nights. It's mostly about the entertainment here, with cocktail orders keeping the party crowd well-oiled - think classics like mojitos, moscow mules, mai tais and manhattans and you won't go far wrong. There's a varied selection of martinis on offer too, as well as beers by the bottle and a short wine list visiting the old world and new. Those looking to soak up the booze with some food can tuck into bar bites with a Lebanese bent. If you're booking a party then you can pre-order canapés and platters for the group.
Soho cocktail bar and club with a Gin Parlour upstairs.
Venue says Welcome to Soho Residence! Soho's most exciting new venue housing a first floor Gin Parlour, Botanical Bar and Festival Club.
Champagne and cocktails in the heart of Soho, with regular live performances that get all audience involved.
Venue says Pride Month is here! Archer Street Soho will be hosting its London Pride Street Party extravaganza on Saturday 6th July from 12pm to 7pm
Jeremy Joseph’s G-A-Y Bar has everything you’d expect: cheap drinks offers, a young crowd and plenty of Kylie. It’s spread over three floors, and is always busy. Some love it, others hate it, but if you’re the kind of person who adores pink whistles and cowboy hats, and likes to party with their gal pals, this is the place to come. And, fear not, when this door closes, another opens at G-A-Y Late – the same old formula only later. G-A-Y Late is housed in a plush lounge bar at 5 Goslett Yard that was once home of gay members’ club Shaun & Joe.
What’s on? Club nights in Soho
Taking place in Soho, a short walk from the Pride in London Women's Stage, this self-styled 'mama of an afterparty' for queer women looks pretty epic. There's a 'Coyote Ugly' theme, a 'mesmerising x-rated performance' from tattoo model Arabella Drummond, and a set from all-gal grime crew Female AllStars. The promoters say that gayboy buddies are welcome, but any inkling of toxic masculinity will be weeded out on the door.
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