5 Best Gay Pubs in London

There are plenty of gay pubs that are interesting and worth visiting. But there are some special Gay pubs that are worth mentioning. London is considered a place where gay people visit all around the world.

  1. City of Quebec

12 Old Quebec Street

(Courtesy http://www.pink-london.uk/city-of-quebec )

City of Quebec is situated at Old Quebec Street. This pub offers a great environment for sitting down and chitchatting with friends and loved ones. Pub has a dance floor which is open on Saturday night. Overall music is great and dance floor is full of dancers. You will find loads of LGBT people at this pub all around the week.

2. Comptons

53 Old Compton Street

(Courtesy Trip advisor)

Comptons is situated at Old Compton Street. This pub offers a great drinking experience along with huge number of visitors all around the week. This pub remain busy with number of people. There is sitting area upstairs and on ground. There is balcony which is great to view the gay scene from the top while sipping your pint.

3. The Eagle

349 Kennington Lane

The Eagle provides you the best environment for drinks and nice time. Its disco music is great for dance. It has great sitting open environment at back where you breathe the fresh air.

4. The Duke Of Wellington

77 Wardour Street

(Courtesy Fluid London)

Gay people will love this place. It has great music all the time which you can enjoy with drinks. It remains full of people. Its friendly environment is a positive side for the pub.

5. Halfway To Heaven

7 Duncannon Street

(courtesy Fluid London)

Halfway to Heaven is a real heaven for LGBT people. Its friendly staff is welcoming where people seems to chat, drink and enjoy their time. This pub is hosting cabaret and karaoke downstairs in the Center Stage bar.

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