Quirky Bars In Soho

With a scandalous and salacious history, Soho has always been a hotspot for the weird and wonderful. From high-concept activity bars, to tiny speakeasies, Soho bars can be garish at times, but never, ever gauche. A bit of kitsch is good for the soul thought, so we've put together a list of our recommendations for the coolest, quirkiest bars in Soho. 

Last updated on 20th March 2019


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The name says it all really. Formerly The Kingly Club, the go-to spot for the rich and famous during the 1960's, Disrepute has cast off some of it's former infamy and settled for being a truly innovative cocktail bar. From the team behind former Brixton speakeasy Sovereign Loss, each cocktail comes with a short story from the bar's heyday in place of an ingredients list, and despite being a members club, non-members are welcome to book tables. 

ALL NIGHT LONG HAPPY HOUR! On Mondays and 3 other offers

Next time you're meandering down Shaftesbury Avenue, keep an eye out for this pirate-inspired rum bar. Covered in nautical graffiti and mermaid pin ups, this quirky Soho bar is cut from a similar cloth to its sister venues, so expect the music to be loud and the lampshades to be swinging.

HAPPY HOUR 2 4 £12 Cocktails 4:30-19:00 and 2 other offers

Down a dark staircase on Great Portland Street you'll find London's answer to downtown LA. Serving up some of the best cocktails in Central London, this quirky Soho bar is always a hive of energy and activity - and that's just from the bar staff.