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Gay institution for the cruising older gentleman and his followers
One of London's oldest traditional gay pubs, attracting one of London's oldest gay clienteles. An impressively large and provincial-feeling establishment on two floors — including a basement where younger men dance to 80s chart hits — the Quebec has been referred to both affectionately and sneeringly as the 'Elephant's Graveyard'. Extensive food menu includes burgers, soups, salads, wraps, steaks, sausage and mash, fish and chips and more. Established 1946.

Tags: Mostly Men, Over 50 crowd, Cruise Bar, Dancing, Karaoke, Outdoor Patio, Wi-Fi Internet, Food, Cabaret

12 Old Quebec St, Marble Arch
London, England W1H 7AF

(207) 629-6159
Mon to Wed 11am—2am; Thu to Sat 11am—3am; Sun 11am—1am


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    aerodude ·

    March 3

    The Quebec is no longer a gay venue. Greene King brewery, its owner, has decidedly changed the Quebec into a straight venue with constant loud music upstairs, closure of the basement disco, female bartenders, elimination of drag shows, removal of rainbow stickers or any gay identifiers, etc. Despite assurances of its owners that the refurbishment would not change the future of this historic gay pub, they have done just that: Anthony Hemmerdinger, managing director of Greene King Local Pubs, said: "We are very proud of the legacy that the City of Quebec holds, as are our customers. Therefore, we wish to ensure them that the pub has a long-term future. This pub has a heritage as one of London’s oldest gay pubs and we want to create a new look space inside that is welcoming and inclusive to all." Nice try Anthony. On top of all that, the service is horrible. I urge the removal of this establishment from GayCities.

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