Village Soho

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A trendy boys’ bar on three floors, the Village was the first venue of its kind to open in Soho, back in 1991. Popular for many years, it fell out of favour and into disrepair at the dawn of the new decade. Now owned by the Soho Bar group, it has been restored to its former glory. The ground-floor café-bar serves food during the day. Downstairs is V Underground, with sleek decor and a DJ booth where you can catch the likes of Dusty O. The upstairs Boudoir offers chaises longues and views of Old Compton Street.


Venue name: Village Soho
Address: 81
Wardour Street
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Comapred to a lot of other places in the area Village Soho isn't one of the nicest places to go for a drink. It's neither particularly cheap nor inviting. It just looks a bit dingy and out of date. It's a shame because it's right at the top of Old Compton Street. They have Go-go boys, who are meant to entertain, but its a bit awkward, and not sexy in any way. I don't know of any any other bars in the area that have this 'feature'. The toilets are a little scary and not the cleanest whenever I've been there. 


Awful, just awful. Rudest manager - very aggressive, had me in tears in the street. I would warn everyone away from this place until the manager, Stuart I think his name was, has left.