Freedom originally dates back to the 90’s, helping form the backbone of gay Soho,. Since then, it’s undergone a few renovations and now welcomes anyone and everyone into its mixed space… but still has an air of gay sensitivity behind it.
The bar is softly illuminated with a series of miniature chandeliers, with a plethora of disco balls hiding the ceiling from view. The shades of charcoal and pink work perfectly, with a nice selection of private booths and banquettes to offer a little respite from the clubby pop or light house inspired playlist.
While it’s open every night, Tuesday and Sunday features both cabaret and live music
66 Wardour St, London Soho London W1F OTA