O'Neills is an Irish themed pub bar that sells Irish beers and influenced food together with some more English dishes. There are large screens that show most sporting events. Sunday Irish music sessions are not to be missed, with live music from 6pm until close.
The Spread Eagle benefits from outdoor seating on the pavement and serves wines, beers, spirits and traditional pub food such as chips, sandwiches and spuds. Entertainment comes in the form of Sky TV and catering is available for private parties with up to 50 people.The Singers' Club is an open mic for singers every Monday, 8-11pm at the Spread Eagle, 8 Woodstock St, W1 (2 mins Bond St tube).
The Round Table has certain advantages over some other nearby pubs. Primarily its often rather less busy than you'd expect for as place so close to Leicester Square and it consequently has the friendly relaxed service of somewhere that doesn't get perpetually mobbed at peak times. Upstairs too (which also doubles as a space for hosting comedy nights), can prove useful if you prefer sitting to standing. location: Leicester Square, London
There are nearly 90 Café Rouges throughout the UK This chain attempts to re-create the atmosphere of a small French cafe-bar, with French art on the walls and traditionally dressed waiters. How well it does this depends on your experiences of authentic Gallic bistros! It's a place to meet people, or to sit down and enjoy a leisurely evening meal.