Would they stumble across the gay-friendliest hotels and restaurants, and would they really make the most of all that gay London has to offer - or simply go on a gay pub crawl? Lovely and beautiful spot with nice music and friendly company! Love the chill zone. Love it or hate it? The main shopping street, Regent's Park Road, is a pleasant mix of cafes, quality gastropubs and restaurants, and smart shops. Even without a guidebook at their disposal, most gay visitors to London would soon find their way to the nearest gay bar.
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Expect a varied crowd, a better drink menu, bar snacks, a whole variety of clientele and a huge darkroom. In the old days bars and pubs had to close very early in the UK. Ask to have it with whipped cream. The links are powered by Skimlinks. Would they stumble across the gay-friendliest hotels and restaurants, and would they really make the most of all that gay London has to offer - or simply go on a gay pub crawl? The presence of an internal courtyard allows you to escape tramps and chuggers constantly hassling you on the pavements in Soho.
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Has Zuma taken over from Nobu as the capital's most glamorous dining spot? Homemade and loads and loads of icing: Continue with Facebook Log In with Foursquare or. Revamped Toilets, new decor, well worth a visit. Best gay bar in London by a mile.
Description:Its posh flats are home to politicians, barristers and civil servants. For more than 20 years Time Out magazine has been providing London's gay and lesbian community with a weekly guide to what's on, and now it has decided to launch a dedicated guide. On Sundays most places still close around 11, with only few exceptions. Allium, the smart restaurant run by former Savoy chef Anton Edelmann, is complemented by a glam period cocktail bar; both overlook the indoor swimming pool. Duke of Wellington 8. London's first lesbian and gay cafe-bar is still going strong.