The City of Quebec

12 Old Quebec Street , London, W1H 7AF

SquareMeal Review of The City of Quebec

Serving London’s LGBT community since the 1930s, The Quebec sails majestically on at a time when other, more cruisy, gay bars are sinking without trace – torpedoed by Gaydar and Grindr. A late-2015 six-figure refurb, courtesy of owners Greene King, has dragged the decor out of its 1970s-style stasis, to the clear delight of loyal punters who crowd in to cheer exotic drag queens such as Lola Lasagne, Vanity Von Glow and Baga Chipz (MBE) performing on stage. Order fairly priced wines, sub-£50 Bollinger, and Kir Royale or Dainty Damsel (a Sipsmith damson vodka Bellini) from a range of £7 cocktails. Alternatively, butch it up with Timothy Taylor Landlord, Greene King IPA or Peroni on draught. You can also snack on the likes of club sandwiches, aubergine Korean curry or nachos. At weekends, well-seasoned disco devotees come to Shake Your Groove Thing until 3am in the basement.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Marble Arch Tube Station 180m

Bond Street Tube Station 539m


Address: 12 Old Quebec Street , London W1H 7AF

Area: Marylebone

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-2am (Fri-Sat -3am Sun -1am)

Nearby Landmarks

Marble Arch 158m

Marks & Spencer (Marble Arch) 176m


Telephone: 020 7629 6159


Cuisine: Bars

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