Best Pubs in Soho
With such a rampant history, Soho is one of the best places in London to visit a good old English Pub. From classic taverns where only draught pints reign supreme, to gastro pubs where plates gleam with only the finest of British ingredients, check out our list of some of the best pubs in Soho and get to know this inherently thriving part of the city.
If you're in the business of party pubs, look no futher than Jimi Loves Gloria, set on Greek Street with a clear neon glow, this is the pub (the sister for famous party bar, Gloria) for late nights, dancing and getting the drinks in for a birthday.
A popular pub in Soho, Sun & Thirteen Cantons is an intimate venue near Regents Street and is a great choice for those seeking out real ales as their selection is extensive. One of the top London pubs to visit for as well as its friendly and buzzing atmosphere it is also a great choice for private gatherings, as their basement bar is a cosy space perfect for those wanting a chic, yet traditional party space.
A sports pub in Soho with buckets of style, The Adam and Eve is an all rounder for everything from events and birthdays, to kicking back with a pint during the match. A menu of British pub classes? Don't worry, they've got that too.
This Irish pub in Soho, which specialises in whiskey and Guinness (naturally), is one of London's best boozing experiences. With four unique bars spread over six levels, this quirky Soho pub is a labyrinth of stairs and passageways. Serving up one of the heartiest bar menus in Central London, it's a definite runner up for best Soho pub.
Craft brew connoisseurs Brewdog are now taking pride of place in central London. Head on over to their Soho site for the perfect after-work drink, chill with mates or boozy bottomless brunch and explore a vast array of delicious beer on tap and hearty pub food.
Few pubs promise the traditional quite like The Wheatsheaf. Set between Soho and Fitzrovia with their own Cask Marque accredited real ales, this boozer is a must for those looking to tuck in to tradition and history in the heart of the city.