This is a popular drinking and party venue for local office workers and tourists and is located on Old Compton Street and offers a larger than life surrounding to enjoy a bite to eat, cocktails, after work drinks, late night clubbing and various celebrations.
With a daily happy hour and various food and drinks promotion on offer it's always quite busy.
The venue has recently undergone a minor refurbishment, Its all-black facade includes wide-open patio doors and a large pavement area with tables a chairs making it a perfect place to enjoy your drinks and watch Soho in action.
The interior of the bar has also seen the touch of the creative brush with a Soho-themed mural covering the ceiling, vintage TV screens above the bar and mismatched seating creates a rough but chic look and feel.
With a pretty large bar stretching across the venue and high stools makes it a good place to have a quick drink or you can choose to perch yourselves on the high chairs and tables or opt for a large quirky funfair waltzer booth.
Upstairs you will find the hidden boudoir bar with its four poster bed hidden behind a glass wall of champagne bottles surrounded by dark oak furnishings and just next door it gets a little weird with sawn off bath tub sofas and toilets style tables.
This area upstairs is perfect for private parties and can be hired out.
It can get busy here so getting on the guestlist or booking in advance is highly recommended.
Birthday and party packages are available from as little as £50 for those who are looking to celebrate without breaking the bank.
Soho is described as eccentric, diverse, colourful, fun-loving and never quiet, and it's no different inside.
This a lively bar with dynamic staff and is usually occupied with local tourists and the after work office crowd.
The DJ helps brings the party into full swing and with a fantastic happy hour which is available from 5pm to 8pm daily the party usually carries on late into the night.
During the day expect to hear current chart tracks and later on in the evenings the residents DJ's take over and play current chart hits, RnB, House, Oldskool and disco anthems.
This is more a drinking and party venue, but the nevertheless they provide a descent bar menu with good quality dishes at very reasonable prices.
For those who are looking for some bits to nibble on then the sharing platters are worth a look.
The bar is fully stocked with all the favourites with a good selection of beers, spirits and wines with good prices too.
A cocktail list is also available and is worth checking out, especially during happy hour where you can get upto 50% off selected drinks.
Every day 5pm - 8pm
50% off cocktails, bottles of wine & champagne.
£3.50 for bottles of beer, single spirits & mixers & small glass of wine.
The Last Word
If you're in Soho searching for the strange and wonderful then put Bar Soho on your list of places to check out
Weekends to get busy make sure you put your names on the guest list.