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Pubs/bars around Shaftesbury Avenue

My wife and mother are going to the Apollo Theatre tomorrow to see a matinee. After the show, they'd like to go for a drink nearby - in a nice pub or bar that does decent wine. They're looking for something fairly smart, not touristy, or too young and trendy. Don't mind paying a bit extra for nice setting and good wine, as it's a Christmas treat. Any suggestions gratefully received. Thanks!

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  • Can't believe you've not sent them to The Harp!
  • Hi Riveria, this is Rachel, Crisis's far superior other half. We've only met once as he refuses to take me to the Long Pond in case I show him up. I like the Harp but I don't like beer so I fancied going to somewhere for a nice drop of wine, somewhere a bit posh but not young, trendy or pretentious. I've heard you're the discerning type so you must know somewhere.
  • 100 wardour st. Good for all ages imo.
  • Hi Riveria, this is Rachel, Crisis's far superior other half. We've only met once as he refuses to take me to the Long Pond in case I show him up. I like the Harp but I don't like beer so I fancied going to somewhere for a nice drop of wine, somewhere a bit posh but not young, trendy or pretentious. I've heard you're the discerning type so you must know somewhere.

    Hi Rachel, I'm sorry but having left the City 5 years ago I'm totally out of touch with what's hot and what's not in the West End. I'm sure there are plenty of what you're looking for though and one of our kind young members will help you I'd think.
  • Not been but this looks like what you might be after: https://g.co/kgs/4bNKXX

    Hope that helps!
  • De Hems Dutch pub is worth checking out
  • Dean St Townhouse in Dean St. Fantastic atmosphere and a great bar to sit at and enjoy a glass of wine.
  • My wife and mother are going to the Apollo Theatre tomorrow to see a matinee. After the show, they'd like to go for a drink nearby - in a nice pub or bar that does decent wine. They're looking for something fairly smart, not touristy, or too young and trendy. Don't mind paying a bit extra for nice setting and good wine, as it's a Christmas treat. Any suggestions gratefully received. Thanks!

    Comptons on Old Compton Street, upstairs.
  • I took the wife to a nice little Irish pub some months back. Molly Moggs on the corner of Charing Cross Road and Old Compton Street.




    Well I thought it was anyway. It turned out to be a drag venue and I was getting eyed up by by all the blokes in there.
    I was dying for a piss, but there was no way I was having one in there.
    As you were.

    http://www.beerintheevening.com/pubs/s/18/18702/Molly_Moggs/Soho

    https://www.timeout.com/london/events/gay-soho

    Not surprising.......
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