Soho-Liberty Area Guide

Our shop inside the menswear department of Liberty is the newest addition to the Ruffians family. We caught up with a few of the team to get the low down on all things Soho. Here’s what they came up with:

SHOPS

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Denis – End Clothing (Broadwick St): Amazing collection of trainers

Craig – COS (Regents St): Style that’s chic and affordable

Betty – Great Frog (Newburgh St): Great handmade rock ‘n’ roll jewellery

 

CAFES

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Craig – Department of Coffee and Social Affairs (Lowndes Ct): Great snacks and coffee

Betty – Soho Grind (Beak St): Great for coffee, even better for Espresso Martinis

 

BARS/CLUBS

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Enrico – Cahoots (Kingly Ct): 1940s/speakeasy themed cocktail bar, live music and great cocktails and atmosphere

Betty – Blind Pig (Poland St): Cocktail bar offering childhood stories themed drinks

Ollie – Sun & 13 Cantons (Great Pulteney St): Bar with a nice classy atmosphere

 

RESTAURANTS

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Ollie – Shoryu Ramen (Kingly Ct): Best Ramen around!

Denis – Bone Daddies (Peter St): Delicious ramen in very unpretentious surroundings

Hex – Claw (Kingly St): Tasty street food style celebrating the beauty of crab – try the crab topped chips!

 

CULTURAL VENUE/ACTIVITY

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Craig – Liberty London (Great Marlborough St): It’s a living museum!

Denis – Soho Theatre (Dean St): great bar and wide selection of performances to suit varied tastes

 

STREET/PARK/SQUARE/SIGHT

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Hex – Kingly Court: Away from the hustle and bustle of Regents st and Carnaby st, this place is always a vibrant and cosy place to be with a great selection of restaurants too

Enrico – Shaftesbury Avenue: the heart of the West Ende, plenty of theatres, clubs and bars, restaurants and cafes and Chinatown for the best Chinese food is just a stone throw away