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First Out Cafe Bar, Soho - pub details

First Out Cafe Bar
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Address: 52, St. Giles High St, London, WC2H 8LH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6600) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tottenham Court Road (0.1 miles), Covent Garden (0.3 miles), Leicester Square (0.3 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.6 miles), London St Pancras (1.1 miles), London Euston (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of First Out Cafe Bar, Soho

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I have a real soft spot for First Out. It`s a friendly, relaxed, atmosphere that is very woman-oriented. However, men are welcome. The one downside is that the food, whilst very nice, is a bit pricy; even for the West End.
Welshbeard - 10 Feb 2008 13:01
Was here at the weekend, didn't eat but went downstairs for a couple of beers. It's improved since I was there last. Fairly chilled atmosphere and do like a good bottle of Budva.

Only fault would be the 1 toilet, but would definately recommend paying this one a visit.
FuzzyKipper - 23 Dec 2007 20:13
Great place in the day, reasonably priced veggie food, relaxed atmosphere. Never been in the evening so can't comment.
joeyreed - 2 Jul 2007 13:30
A long-established gay/lesbian cafe-bar with a split personality. Upstairs in the cafe it's pleasant and friendly, with nice veggie food and a good atmosphere. A great place to meet friends in Central London before moving on elsewhere. The bar downstairs however is horrendous. Expensive drinks, wobbly furniture, overcrowded and ultra-harsh acoustics. The noise level makes my ears bleed.
foxski - 15 Jan 2005 14:39
Upstairs it's a bright, light, airy cafe, and although the food's veggie, it's actually pretty tasty. Friendly staff, original (if dodgy) artwork on the walls, and a friendly buzz about the place. So laid back, one of my favourite things is seeing some elderly gay man dodder in on his walking stick, pick up a copy of Boyz and dodder out again, completely unself-conscious. A place for all ages and persuasions; very attitude-free. Also a good place to pick up flyers.
Downstairs becomes a bar at night, still laid-back and very lesbian-heavy - though that's not policy, and you don't get evil looks for having a nob and facial hair. There's also a noticeboard for gay flatshares, which is handy.
G - 9 Feb 2004 16:27

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