“Live bops, bubbles and brunch in the heart of LGBTQI-friendly Soho”
BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS. BY INVITE FROM 100 WARDOUR ST.
From morning coffee to lunch meetings to live music and dancing into the early hours, 100 Wardour Street has you covered.
Located in the heart of Soho, this is the perfect spot for a queer-friendly brunch with your pals. Their Jukebox Brunch is unlike any other – there’s a firm focus on the bops (and the bubbles) and a unique brunch experience where a live band plays music at your request.
We were accidentally serenaded by the sweet tunes of The Kooks to begin with as we couldn’t think of a good enough song on the spot, so – top tip! – make sure you come prepared with all your queer faves.
The menu also has something for everyone, from avocado toast to Sunday roast, just remember to leave space for the bubbles – and their top selection of cocktails (if that’s your bag).
On the energetic streets of Soho, 100 Wardour Street attracts a wide mix of people and plenty of queer folk. Soho is the centre of the (more commercial, gay-friendly) LGBTQI scene in London, with some of the most inclusive bars and clubs in the city centre.
In fact, Cara Delevingne has even been spotted here before…
A great way to spend a weekend morning and, if you’re lucky, you can be tucked up in bed by 8pm and skip the hangover too.
For more, visit 100 Wardour Street here. Sophie was invited to review Jukebox Brunch by 100 Wardour Street.
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