81 Wardour Street , London, W1D 6QD

SquareMeal Review of Village

Opened in 1991, Soho’s first continental-style café/gay bar recently celebrated its 21st birthday. Karaoke nights, ‘sexy go-go boys’, drag divas, promo deals on drinks – Village’s winning formula just keeps on rolling, so shoehorn yourself into the giddy party at the weekend. If lager isn’t your bag, you can get fizz from a fiver or Dom Pérignon at £150 if someone is out to spoil you. Alternatively, good wine can be had for under £20, so why not hook up with a muscular Argentinian Malbec? Cocktails such as jack your body, Jameson mule, southern belle (a fruity Southern Comfort & Chambord highball), caipirinha & kir royale are listed under ‘bubbles’, ‘contemporary’ & ‘classics with a twist’: headers that also neatly sum up the clientele.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Piccadilly Circus Tube Station 278m

Leicester Square Tube Station 327m


Address: 81 Wardour Street , London W1D 6QD

Area: Soho

Opening times

Mon-Sun 4pm-1am (Sun -11.30pm)

Nearby Landmarks

Wardour Street 11m

Freedom Theatre 38m


Telephone: 020 7478 0530


Cuisine: Bars

Private Dining: 50

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