London is world famous for its queer pubs and bars, from cosy gay pubs, to West End cocktail bars and Vauxhall LGBTQ+ friendly spaces
Adam’s at Snackbar
Adam’s is a pop-up LGBTQ+ neighbourhood bar founded by Adam Caddy, located at Snackbar in Dalston Junction
Arch Clapham offers a wide selection of great food and tasty drinks, and some of the hottest South London has to offer
Running for 8 years plus, Circa is one of the more glamorous joints in town, slap bang in Soho
South West London got a shot in the arm when Bar CMYK opened as Wimbledon's first ever LGBTQ+ bar.
Glass House London
A new LGBTQIA+ multidisciplinary venue led by Glass House Projects on Brick Lane in East London.
New Bloomsbury Set
New Bloomsbury Set - The Basement, 76 Marchmont Street, London, WC1N 1AG - Gay London
The Apple Tree (Closing)
The Apple Tree is a quirky, independently owned and stylish gay drinking venue, plus good food and regular arts, events and entertainment.
The Cock Tavern
The Cock Tavern is a welcome addition to South London's queer scene, and a boon for Kennington and Camberwell.
The George and Dragon
Friendly South London local The George and Dragon is a good spot for a relaxed weekend night out, with plenty of karaoke and drag thrown in!
The Glory is most definitely the best place out East to enjoy a gay bar, brilliant drag and performances and a nightclub all rolled into one,
The Karaoke Hole
The Karaoke Hole is where you can join East London’s finest drag stars on stage for a night of wild karaoke!
The Queen Adelaide
The owner of the much-missed George and Dragon in the East End has opened up a hop and a skip away on Hackney Road with The Queen Adelaide.
West 5 Bar
West 5 Bar is a fun, fabulous West London local, with drag shows a-go-go, and a friendly, mixed-aged crowd.