The Duke of Wellington

94% love it
Men drink here
Nothing out of the ordinary to say about this perfectly fine Soho corner pub. At its most extreme it's borderline-leathery and casual-sordid. Can become buzzy and busy, with a crush of men often seen outside sipping pints as they clock and cruise the passers-by. Overlooks the stage door at the back of the Queen's Theatre. Somewhat complementing 'The Welly' in terms of clientele is the more frisky-sleazy but less happy-go-lucky Comptons [see entry] – a brewery sibling which can literally be crawled to in just under 30 seconds. Also realated is the nearby Admiral Duncan [see entry]. Previously called the Rat and Parrot, the pub went gay on 11 September 2001.


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    • catbrown4you
      catbrown4you Over a year ago
      Hates it

      barmen are idiots
      Stuff gossip, stuff ignorant... But people what visit this bar are nice.... Again barmen????? Need stop gossip, stop see people and whisper, need to work more and care less about what is going on. Im against gay working in gay places because they think be super star and treat people what is there to spend money like rubish.

    • LondonGuy123
      LondonGuy123 Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Foe bears and older guys
      This classic British pub has been open for well over a decade and it’s known as a great, friendly spot to grab a drink and watch a match. This pub regularly has great sporting evenings that serve some of the locals who live and work in Soho. You can watch a variety of different matches and sporting events on the array of flatscreen televisions at this pub has to offer.

    • snjensen
      snjensen Over a year ago
      Loves it


    • BAD
      BAD. the man in the yellow jacket at the entrance was very very rude and did not let me in saying that I wasn't gay! really hurtful to me

    • slender74
      slender74 Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Rude staff with attitude
      Negative side: I observed a tall blonde short-hair skinny camp barman serving his customers and several times whispering right in front of the customers to another barman something and both looking at the customers and laughing. Appalling juvenile bullying behaviour! I was disgusted and shall not return. Avoid as staff are rude! Positive side: Mix bag of customers (if that is your thing) so relaxed atmosphere (except for staff attitude!)

    • markames
      markames Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Love this place
      always a good vibe and grt bunch of people

    • londonlad
      londonlad Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Dont miss it!
      Gets very busy but still my fave place for a beer in Soho! Bar staff can be a bit up there own arses but the crowd are worth gritting your teeth for while trying to get served! Try upstairs...

    • JKScatena
      JKScatena Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great place to begin your night
      Mixed crowd: mostly men, but some girls around. All ages and body types, but popular among bearish guys. Great place to meet friends, have a pint and head to a club.

    • tfcfan
      tfcfan Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Mixed venue
      I'm not sure whether this place is still gay or has reverted to being a straight venue. Whatever, given its location it still seems to attract its fair share of gay blokes.