Bar News

Posted on March 4, 2015


The Roebuck has long been described as the Oval’s ‘hidden gem’. Tucked away only 200 steps from the Oval Cricket Ground, it’s a conservatory to capture the best of London’s sunshine, hosting a range of cask ales, premium lagers, fine wines and an array of top brand spirits. Plus every Thursday you can catch the Pub Quiz from 8pm with no restriction on team size and entry £1 per person. Lots of prizes to be won, including a cash jackpot, drinks and food.

84 Ashmole Street, Oval, SW8 1NE



Officially launched after last Saturday’s extravagant opening night (see our review pp.34), The Imperial Arms is firmly on the gay scene map! Enjoy breakfast and brunch from 7am each day and happy hour Monday-Thursday, 12-7pm, where pints are just £3.20! And this Saturday 6th March is Jimmy’s big birthday bash, whereas Sunday is the first heat of the Karaoke competition starting at 5pm, with Sunday lunch at 1pm, so get yourself down and get your singing talent on the mic!

8 Lillie Road, SW6 ITU



There’s nothing like watching two teams of muscular men fighting over a ball, say the Ku Bar team, and this weekend you can catch the entire Six Nations Tournament in glorious high-definition vision and sound! With cocktail and bubbly on offer at the gorgeous Lisle Street venue, you can enjoy the rugby in style, or with a pint!

30 Lisle Street, Chinatown, WC2H 7BA 



It’s ‘Cruise/Sports Day’ on Mondays at Ted’s Place for the boys to show off their trackies, Underwear Night on Tuesdays where the boys can show off their undies, and TV/TS parties on Thursdays where the genders are out for fun in all their varying glory! Plus don’t miss the Cruise/Dark Room space on Fridays and the TV/TS/Gay chillout on Sundays.

305a Northend Road, Fulham, W14 9NS



BackCOUNTER is inspired by New york’s vibrant, edgy and slightly naughty Hell’s Kitchen district, a separate dining and entertainment area open from Thursday to Sunday with its own bar and seats for up to 75 guests. A full range of food, wines, cocktails, craft beers and other drinks are served, it has its own entrance plus it’s only minutes walks from many of Vauxhall’s renowned gay and mixed nightlife venues. Dubbed Deco meets Disco, the look and ambiance are a trend-setting take on glamour…

Arch 50, 7-11 South Lambeth Place, SW8 1SP


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