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Bath House
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Address: 96 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 3TD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3470) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tottenham Court Road (0.2 miles), Oxford Circus (0.4 miles), Goodge Street (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.7 miles), London Euston (1.1 miles), London St Pancras (1.2 miles)

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I have to confess that this is not so much a review as a rant against the destruction that the Crossrail project has wrought on this area. As well as this lovely pub, we have lost at least one other in addition to the destruction of not one, not two, but three live music venues (Astoria, Mean Fiddler, Metro) and countless other shops and businesses. I know that it is being done in the name of progress and that unfortunately sometimes old things have to be removed to make way for other equally wonderful new developments, but at present I really am struggling to see how in terms of things like culture, entertainment and community the project in question can ever hope to adequetely replace all that we have lost in its name. That is truly saddening. Functionality is great for survival, but ultimately what is life worth without the things that make a life worth living and enjoying?
Mr.Monkfish - 26 Sep 2010 13:21
Now closed due to Crossrail.
WaldorfAndStatler - 1 Dec 2009 21:37
Nice traditional pub at the northern end of Soho that hasn't been given the modernisation treatment at all and is all the better for it. That is not to say the pub is run down as it is not.

There are enough tables to offer comfortable seating on the midweek evening I visited and I would come back here to meet friends or even spend an evening.
murgatroyd - 28 Jun 2009 17:29
Really liked this little boozer on the fringes of Soho. Oldish-fashioned pub that is good to stop into for a chat over a few pints with your friends. Nice atmosphere mostly generated through the steady hum of background conversation but enhanced by some non-intrusive, mainstream classic pop music.
Seating is comfortable and comparitively plentiful. Bar Staff were very welcoming and quick and drinks were reasonably priced particularly for this locale. Draft beers were good, the choice for lager drinkers better than for real ale but nonetheless all beers of both types seemed to be of good quality.
Really cosey little hiding hole from the hustle and bustle of this part of the West End and worth a visit.
They had a comedy night on upstairs too, which shows that they offer some entertainment as well which makes me like this place even more.
The loos need work though! Although big enough overall the bizarre outlay of the Gents means that it is seemingly impossible to get in or out or to the basin and hand drier without having to queue or backtrack to allow someone past even if they are less than a quarter full.
Mr.Monkfish - 18 Jan 2009 01:15
Odd little pub that I have walked past many times. This time we went in. Evening of Saturday 22nd. Not very busy which meant we got a table. Ale was OK, price was average, Bar staff OK.
Its a fair place to stop if you are in the area and fancy a quick quiet drink rather than fight to get to the bar in the nearby pubs that are rammed full.
CambridgeBlue - 24 Nov 2008 09:56

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