423 Pubs and Bars found in or around Soho

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Newman Arms

This one hasn't changed in ages, which is no bad thing. It's still a good pub, with decent beer and a very mixed clientele - some of whom have been propping the bar up here for quite a few years. It's nice to see that some...

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Goat Tavern

The Goat Tavern's been here for a fair number of years and has changed little over the course of time, sticking close to traditional (chain) pub values. Given it's central location, it's often packed on week nights, though you...

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Coach & Horses

The Coach & Horses is a quaint little Tudorbethan building in a posh part of London - only a stone's throw from three main shopping areas - and it's a jolly decent pub too. Real ale aficionados are well taken care of, with...

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Round Table

This may be a fairly standard former TJ & Bernard pub, which like all its brothers and sisters has been given a sympathetic makeover, but the Round Table has certain advantages over some other nearby pubs. Primarily its...

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The Phoenix

Mismatched furniture, candles, a good selection of beer and well made food are all present and correct in this unbranded chain pub run by M&B. Atmospherically, however, this one fares less well compared to others we have...

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King's Head

No longer a pub named after an antiestablishment poet, the Shelley changed its name to the more regal King's Head and was relaunched as a Nicholson's pub. The generic traditionalisms of the Nicholson's brand are ideal for this...

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Garrick Arms

Once a Dome bar, now an approximation of a traditional pub. An average place in terms of both food and drink and pretty consistent with the slew of touristy pubs on Charing Cross Road (though we didn't notice it, it feels the...

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The White Swan

It looks OK from the outside, a traditional pub (the Swan we seem to recall) that's been fitted out with stuff from the Irish theme pub parts bin. If you stay in there for more than a few minutes you'll realise just how fake it...

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Roundhouse

Located slap bang in the middle of town, the Roundhouse manages to serve a decent pint in the midst of the madness that is Covent Garden without leaving you feeling like it's the End of Days. For those of us not members of the...

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The Chequers Tavern

The Chequers Tavern is one of several small St. James' pubs and it's usually the quietest in this neck of the woods - there's much more chance of getting a seat, should you feel the need for one. It gets the basics right, with...

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The Chandos

The Chandos is an attractive pub: the beer is Sam Smiths and is up to their usual standard, there is lots of room and an upstairs bar/restaurant with nice window seats. The pub suffers from its location, though. Perfectly...

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Sussex

This is another one done up by the Original Pub Co. Saying that, it hasn't changed much - its still full of obnoxious types who work in the area (and spill out onto the pavement once the weather gets better) and the...

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Grosvenor Arms

Sadly, no more.

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The George

Formerly known as the Gluepot, the George was once the favourite watering hole of the BBC Orchestra when Henry Wood was its conductor, and the Queens Hall (now the St. George's Hotel) was still in existence. We have, though,...

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The Two Chairmen (ex-Nancy's, ex-Schrodingers)

After a few more name and identity changes, this old pub is finally back to its original (1683, apparently) name. Nothing to do with corporate board members, the name refers to the guys who used to carry somewhat richer people...

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Fitzroy Tavern

The Fitzroy is a big old pub with literary pretensions. Dylan Thomas used to drink (heavily) here and there are photos dotted about alluding to him and his bohemian friends' patronage here. The interior, however, is rather more...

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