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Best gay bars in London

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London is the most visited city in the whole Europe, with over 15 million visitors every year. You just need to go to Camden, Notting Hill, Covent Garden or Hyde Park to find out how popular the British capital is. The Soho neighbourhood is not an exception, it is even one of the tourists’ favourite places. The gay area has adapted to it and many of the gay bars in London share the streets with Deli shops, high standard restaurants and five star hotels. However, the saturation of the city centre has boosted the arise of new gay areas around the city. Nowadays, the gay bars of London are not only in Soho. So the trendiest neighbourhoods of the capital, Shoreditch and Dalston, are getting relevant in the local gay life. Vauxhall has become a hotspots thanks to its nightclubs. Clapham hosts a considerable gay community who attends to cosy gay bars and clubs in the main street… The huge amount of bars and the variety among them conform a whole universe. Next, you can find a sample of what the Gay bars in London have to offer.


The Duke Of Wellington

best-gay-bars-in-London-The-Duke-Of-WellingtonAmong the gay bars in London, the Duke of Wellington is one of the most crowded. In fact, during the summer you could not say if there are more people inside this pub or out of it having a pint. It looks like a traditional English pub, but plenty of gay guys who enjoy the loud music chat lively with their friends. The best point of the Duke is its friendly atmosphere, the perfect welcome for gay foreigners who visit London for a weekend or who have recently arrived to the city.


The Yard

best-gay-bars-in-London-The-YardIn the heart of the Soho, we find this charming gay bar. It has an open air patio and two floors, stylishly decorated. In The Yard, they know how to prepare good cocktails, and the customers know how to enjoy a cold drink during the summer days in the patio while chatting to everyone who crosses through it to get to the bar. Socialising is a must!


GAY

best-gay-bars-in-London-GAYThere is no doubt GAY is one of the youngest gay bars in London. It is not because it had opened recently, but because it is very popular among students and young guys. Which is its secret? Affordable drinks and the last music hits to make the youngest move their bodies. It is part of the Heaven group, so you can get discounts easily to continue the party in the popular nightclub.


Ku Bar

best-gay-bars-in-London-KUKu Bar has two different venues. The one in Chinatown has become very popular because of its fancy decoration, its musical selection (with pop divas on Top) and some of the hottest bar tenders you can see around the gay bars in London. It is always busy, so it is hard to get a table, and its very popular among foreigners, no matter how old they are.


Royal Vauxhall Tavern

best-gay-bars-in-London-Royal-Vauxhall-Tavern Vauxhall has consolidated as one of the main gay hotspots in the city, thanks to its nightclubs, the sauna… and the Vauxhall Tavern! In fact, this pub is one of the oldest gay bars in London, a place with a very friendly atmosphere, always popular. It is particularly funny when they celebrate the Bingo night, hosted by a Drag Queen.


SuperStore

best-gay-bars-in-London-SuperStoreDalston has become one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the city. And it is usually happens that when a place is cool and trendy there is a gay bar around. It has two floors that which have nothing in common but the entrance. The ground floor is lively decorated, plenty of colourful lights, indie music and a hipster hint. While downstairs everything is dark, with black painted walls and DJ session. The two floors combined have turned the Superstore one of the trendiest gay bars in London at the moment.


Kazbar

best-gay-bars-in-London-KazbarClapham, in South London, has its very own gay micro-cosmos. The Two Brewers is the local gay club, which opened decades ago. Not in vain it is one of the oldest gay clubs in London. The club contributed to new gay bars to come up in this area. Kazbar is one of them. Loud pop music, middle age gay guys, many of them quite fit and only few meters far from the club. It gets packed during the weekends!