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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 long been both affectionately and sneeringly referred to as the 'Elephant's Graveyard'.
12 Old Quebec St, Marble Arch
London, England W1H 7AF
+44 20 7629 6159
Mon to Thu noon—2am; Sat noon—3am; Sun noon—1am
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JasonParis was here"London's oldest gay bar!"
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mg.adriano gave this placevery very interesting place.Good place, beautiful older guys and good beer.
raymond.keeble gave this placequebecaint been to queebec for ages so hopfully nothing seems to changed there
willwjl gave this placeAt 53 I was one of the few youngest there.My GPS didn't locate the place well. The French waiter bartender was snippy. Surprised? not at all. the other bartenders were sweet and flirty. Lots of guys lurking about, young and old in an old-style gay kind of way. Made me think of the pet shop boys song: To Speak Is a Sin. Old habits die hard, eh? But did get chatting w some friendly gents and they gave me tips on more suitable places for me to hang out in soho. Worth a look, in any case. I'd go again.
willwjl was here"Giving it a go"
hkiguy was here"Cool place"
visitor1111 gave this placenot youth friendlyBar staff treats younger visitors as potential rent boys and follows them into toilets in suspicion of action there... Meanwhile similar aged older blokes relieve each other at the urinals, which is perfectly fine by the same staff.
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