Vibrant, sexy, happy and buzzing, Soho has all of the attributes for a memorable night out. The name Soho is famous throughout the world and stands right up there with La Pigalle in Paris and the Reeperbahn in Hamburg.
Despite its reputation as a haven for risqué and erotic entertainment, there are many attractions of Soho besides peep shows, sex shops and female nudity, all of which add to the flavour of Soho and make it a contender for best night out in London.
Music in Soho
Soho is home to many great and legendary music venues. Much of Soho’s lively music scene has been long-established, such as the Marquee club on Wardour Street where the Rolling Stones played their first gig. There is Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club on Frith street, which has been running since 1959 and the Borderline on Manette Street, which is widely regarded as a Soho musical institution. This 21-year-old venue is best known for its focus on folk, country and blues. In fact with so many globally renowned clubs, bars and live music venues, if you want to see a famous face from the music industry then walking down a Soho street would be a pretty good place to start!
Then there’s the restaurants
As you can imagine, as numerable, pulsating and quality that is Soho’s music circuit, so is its restaurant scene. Being such a ‘cultural melting pot’, Soho has a fantastically diverse range of restaurants to satisfy any culinary taste.