212 Pubs and Bars found in or around Ronnie Scotts London

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White Horse

Just down the road from the XXX end of Soho, this one sticks rigidly to Sam Smith's four key rules of Pub Management: traditional interior, cheap booze, Sam's branded drinks and a ban on music. It's also possibly the brownest...

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Royal George

This pub rather offers an oasis of calm near the relentless bustle of the Charing Cross Road, thanks to being ignored by the hordes passing the end of the short alleyway in which it hides. With debatable external charm, inside...

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Three Greyhounds

The Three Greyhounds is a mock Tudor extravaganza that's been lovingly restored by its owners to its former glory. There's a good range of well-kept beers on the hand pumps and an extensive food menu which is heavily promoted....

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The Toucan Bar

The Toucan is a tiny, tiny Irish pub, with quite a jolly, vibrant atmosphere (which is kind of ironic, given how dark the place is). There's a good pint of Guinness, naturally, and good service (when you can get to the bar),...

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Coach & Horses

Even though it's long-standing, famously rude landlord Norman Balon retired in 2006, this one-time Soho institution hasn't changed much since. Indeed posters in the window still describe it as Norman's Coach & Horses. For...

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Blue Posts

A lively pub at the top end of Berwick Street Market. The surrounding area with the market and shops is still a bit of old London (although changing fast) and this pub is just what most pubs in the area used to be like. There...

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Slug and Lettuce (ex-Crooked Surgeon)

Not a lot to report since it was consume- sucked into- taken over by the Slug and Lettuce chain. It's passable, we suppose and as most of the clientele tend to be transients going from one place to another, it's probably not...

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The Player

Courtesy of @Blogandduck: Speakeasy's and Soho go together like ale and pork scratchings. For a warren of entertainment, vice and danger (like the one sandwiched between Oxford Street and Shaftesbury Avenue), the drinking dens...

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Crobar

Punny name aside, if you like your bars 'alternative' rather than 'stylish' then the Crobar is probably the best place to drink in Soho. The bottled beer and cocktail choice is pretty good, but the selection of bourbon is...

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Ku Bar (ex-Polar Bear)

Billing itself as "London's Finest Gay Bar", it's got a lot to live up to, but whatever, it does it with a bit of panache (as we would expect, of course). The clientele are predominantly gay, so unless you're happy...

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Waxy's Little Sister

Much smaller version of Waxy O'Connors - hence the name. Less theme park and more of a pub than its big sister, it still can get pretty crowded. Decent Guinness, but that's about it.

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Molly Moggs

There seems to be some debate on t'internet about this place. I think we can safely say that it's a largely gay pub. But it's not exclusively gay, and on our visits, the place has always been charm itself. The Molly Moggs...

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