Head down to one of gay London's secret gems and enjoy a small mixed indie bar with plenty of vibrant personality. Long established pub in London King's Cross, famous for its comedy, cabaret, karaoke and burlesque performances. Gay Bars and Pubs in London London has countless gay bars. South London's camp cabaret bar. For a more low-key evening, relax upstairs in the trendy bar with a glass of champagne or a cocktail from the extensive drinks menu.
Rather than rip out the tiki aesthetic of South London Pacific, The Cock has merged it with the Georgian sensibilities of the building, albeit with a modern twist.
However, the range of lesbian and gay bars and clubs in London spans the city, from Vauxhall and Clapham, to gay bars in east London. Admiral Duncan Situated in Soho, the lively Admiral Duncan is an iconic place to enjoy a drink and larger-than-life entertainment. The Duke of Wellington This spacious two-storey Soho gay bar has the feel of a traditional British pub with a friendly atmosphere, offering a busy downstairs bar and a quieter upstairs seating area.
A second Ku Bar on nearby Frith Street offers a more sedate spin on the same experience.