Best Bars in


Soho, the compact, multicultural area of central London, is a real hub of activity throughout the day and night.

Home to a vast wealth of truly unique and characterful watering holes, it’s no surprise why this area attracts so many people each year. Nestled between four huge tube stations, this square mile is a super stylish area; hugely popular with swanky and sophisticated hen parties. Here’s to partying in the Big Smoke.

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1. Club 49 Soho

49 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 4 EG

The interior of Bier Keller, Newcastle, with wooden benches and seats

Stylish and sophisticated, Club 49 is the perfect nightlife spot. Upstairs, they have a classy cocktail bar and a VIP area, and downstairs, they have a lively basement, with a club atmosphere, that features an impressive DJ line up. They do all your classic cocktails, like Bloody Mary, Mojito and Manhattan etc, but also more unusual cocktails such as the hilariously named Berry Springer. If you’re feeling snackish, then they’ve got a fab range of canapés to accompany your cocktail. You can chill out in the cocktail bar then go and show off your drunken dance moves in the basement, making this the perfect party venue!

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2. Bar Soho

23-25 Old Compton St, London, W1D 5JL

The interior of Bier Keller, Newcastle, with wooden benches and seats

Brimming with character and charm, this decadent multi-room pub is the perfect place to begin your Soho bar crawl.

The rooms throughout this charming venue are made up of an eclectic mix of quirky themes; including old school burlesque, Victorian fairground, French boudoir, and souped up Hollywood glamour. With a huge selection of wines and cocktails - as well as hugely popular resident DJs playing seven nights a week - nights here are guaranteed to be unforgettable. But that’s not all, Bar Soho even serves up delicious food; from light bites and adventurous salads, to satisfying big plates and hearty meat dishes, you and the girls can grab a bite to eat en route. Perfect.

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3. Piccadilly Institute

The London Pavilion, 1 Shaftesbury Ave, London, W1J 0DA

The interior of Bier Keller, Newcastle, with wooden benches and seats

Moving up Piccadilly Circus, we arrive at London’s craziest party bar; Piccadilly Institute.

This vibrant and quirky late-night bar boasts a choice of six eclectic, uniquely themed rooms, each with its own cocktail list. You can indulge your dark sides with blood cocktails, or treat yourselves to a gorgeous picnic in the middle of a nightclub, whilst being surrounded by some of the most original and idiosyncratic interior design in the whole of London. Outrageous, eccentric, bizarre or sublime – whatever way you choose to describe it, Piccadilly Institute will guarantee a night in London you’ll never forget. What’s more, should you be feeling a bit peckish, the Piccadilly Institute has a huge selection of big plates, burgers hotdogs, sandwiches, salads and light bites to tickle your fancy.

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4. Rumba

36 Shaftesbury Ave, London, W1D 7EP

The interior of Bier Keller, Newcastle, with wooden benches and seats

Let’s get ready to Rumba! Just a 6-minute walk from Leicester Square tube station, Rumba is one of the longest running nightclubs in the West End. It has a capacity 455 and has been going for over 25 years. Boasting 2 large bars and a dancefloor, this is the place to party. They have resident DJs playing every night of the week with commercial music, Hip-Hop, RnB and chart music with some old tunes thrown into the mix. Here you can get champagne by the bottle if you are feeling extravagant. You can also get cocktails by the jug, which is perfect for sharing!

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5. Simmons Bar

The interior of Bier Keller, Newcastle, with wooden benches and seats

This fab party bar is a definite must do if you’re in Soho. Simmons is a place of disco, dreams and neon signs! They don’t just have a happy hour, they have a five-hour happy hour (from Sunday to Friday), so you know that this place is gonna put a smile on your face. You can even get a cocktail in a teapot, how British! They’ve got private karaoke rooms, so you can belt out bangers with your best pals, but you do need to book ahead. The music ranges from hip-hop to funk to disco to 80s to 90s absolute party bangers!

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