This lounge-bar-club of the O Bar chain is spread over three levels, the basement being where the loudest and most hectic ... More
O Bar (The)
This lounge-bar-club of the O Bar chain is spread over three levels, the basement being where the loudest and most hectic shenanigans take place, and the first-floor lounge providing a more sedate, subdued refuge where you might even find somewhere to sit. By day however, it's calm and candle-lit, and the perfect place for a quiet afternoon drink. Food is always available. Prices are however are typical of a central Soho big bar i.e. on the high side. Check website for further details.
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