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This is that rarest of creatures in Soho - a bar that is actually a pleasure to visit on a Friday night. The unmarked exterior keeps the tourist crowds at bay, meaning the beer garden at the back (shared by other bars along this strip) is spacious enough to mingle comfortably. Later in the evening, large and squashy sofas encourage sociable drinking with an exceptionally good-looking crowd (unless that was just a side-effect of dim lighting and good cocktails). The wine list is excellent, and quite reasonably priced - unlike the beer, which is eyewateringly expensive. A cool spot in both senses of the word, and a good summer hangout.
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Today (Thursday) Two Floors closes at 23.30
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12a Newburgh Street, Soho, London W1F | 2 minutes from Two Floors
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