100 Wardour Street

100 Wardour Street

100 Wardour Street places itself in the heart of the Soho grid previously well-known as The Marquee Club and Floridata. Since opening in 1964 it’s track record for hosting the biggest nights in London and the biggest faces including David Bowie, The Rolling Stones ( first ever live show!), Jimi Hendrix and the Sex Pistols just shows it’s on going persistent to never disappoint. Steeped in music history 100 Wardour offers all sides to leisure whether it being a morning coffee and catch-up, making those business meetings just that little bit more relaxed or putting on your dancing shoes to waltz all the way up until 3am!

When you first walk in you’re welcomed into the bar and lounge which is made of up of style and sophistication perfect for just finishing that last-minute bit of work or getting the drinks and nibbles in after a hard day’s work. Hard to resist staying and ordering everything you possible could off the menu when you have the most delicious recipes cooked by the very talented chef himself Jonas Karlsson. Setting your taste buds tingling with dishes such as Honey and red wine Chorizo, King prawn Linguine and Passion fruit tart!

100 Wardour street also prides itself in its broad vegan and vegetarian menu including Beetroot risotto and Rigatoni Arrabiata. The bar and lounge includes a play room which hosts access to a pool table and the room also offers a feel of importance and ‘members vibe’ played out by the old book cases lining the wall and a t.v with a show of the history.

Downstairs in the basement we are welcomed into the restaurant and club where you are seduced into Soho’s spirit of light-hearted pleasure and extravaganza. DJ’s and live music operate five days a week and cover all different genres of music making it the perfect place for any generation of crowd.

The lineup includes; Monday Marquee which introduces us all to London’s freshest artists with acoustic sets setting the tone throughout the evening; Tuesdays are the highlight of the week for anybody that loves to grove to a bit of soul; Wednesdays take us back to the Motown days; Thursdays are when they start to get everyone warmed up for the weekend ahead and what better way than with 90’s and 00’s classics; and that leaves us with the weekend which can only speak for itself with all the best music playing non-stop.

There’s always something new or a different act to entertain your evening with a light-hearted and carefree atmosphere. But it doesn’t stop there. Food is served until 2 am in the lounge and basement so if you’re feeling peckish at any point the restaurant is there for you to take a seat and order away ranging from Gin and Tonic Salmon to a Sirloin Steak. It’s hard to find something that 100 Wardour Street doesn’t have to offer! The drinks will constantly be flowing throughout the night with unique cocktails to suit everybody’s taste with around 150 bottles of wine and maybe if you’re celebrating why not treat everyone to a bottle of Moet.

Not visiting 100 Wardour Street would be a mistake that you would never even know you made. Whether it’s hiring out to host your perfect event or visiting for food, drink and a dance it always has something for everybody and a guaranteed place to return.

 

 

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