Located just off Wardour Street, in the alley between Ann Summers and The Village in London’s Soho gay district. Friendly Society is a fun and unique basement gay bar with a laid-back vibe.
Great to stop by for a drink and a quick ogle of the gorgeous barmen. Barbie dolls hanging from the ceiling, eclectic lights and black & white movies make the bar a favourite hangout for gays and straights.
weekday: 16:00 - 23:00
weekend: 14:00 - 23:30 / 22:30
venue: bar | features: bar, music, dancing | customers: LGBT mixed
“This is a great place; however they have recently increased their cocktail prices from £9 to £10.50........this is a huge jump in price and may now just be their downfall. Always busy but the increase in drink prices will surely change that.“
Jake on 03-12-2016 | Problem with this review?
Best kept secret in Soho!
“This has to be Soho's best kept secret, a cosy, affordable underground bar full of young, gorgeous guys, kitsch interior and a chilled, laid out ambiance. There's Barbie dolls on the ceiling and Bette Davis and Judy Garland playing on a projector screen in the corner. Great place to meet friends before going on to the gay clubs. I love the Friendly Society!“
David on 13-12-2013 | Problem with this review?
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