Tucked away inside this historic Greek Street townhouse, Louche is three-storeys of pure, unadulterated fun. Louche (as you may guess from the name) is a throwback to an altogether more raucous, untamed Soho - as you make your way around this quirky building you’ll find all sorts of nooks and crannies, secluded alcoves and peep holes.
Louche comes from the same people that look after the riotous ‘Records’ venues (at Old Street, Venn Street, Eastcheap and Northcote respectively), so it’s no surprise that music is an important part of the experience here too. Portraits of famous (and infamous) music pioneers line the walls, alongside notable figures from Soho’s colourful past. There are not one but two live music stages spread over Louche’s three levels, both of which are available for private hire.
If you’re planning a party of your own in the heart of Soho, Louche has a variety of rooms to suit anything from intimate drinks parties to big, boisterous booze-ups. Smaller gatherings should check out the Vaults and the Church Room - the latter is particularly striking, with stained glass windows, chandeliers and moody lighting. If you’re planning something bigger and louder, the Long Room gets you private use of the upstairs stage to host your own live music or DJ. You can even push the boat out a little further and take the whole upstairs area, which gets you the Church Room, Long Room and your own dedicated bar, or you can make the whole townhouse yours for a night.
Whatever you choose, the events team at Louche are on hand for your every need, whether that means helping you book the perfect live act for your event, or collaborating on custom food and drinks menus.