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The Bath House, Soho, W1

96 Dean Street
W1
W1D 3SZ

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Tris C left this review about The Bath House

I hadn't been here since at least 1991 and remember it as being rather average and fairly typical for the area. It was demolished in the late 2000s to make way for the Crossrail project.

On 9th November 2013 - rating: 4
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Steve C left this review about The Bath House

I found the staff to be friendly enough on my visit Friday night. Greene King IPA, Morland Original and Abbott Ale were all available alongside the usual lager suspects.

Nothing about this pub really stands out, but it did shut at 23:30.

On 2nd September 2008 - rating: 6
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Roger Button left this review about The Bath House

A rather typical West End pub with a single room downstairs bar and a function / overflow room upstairs. The downstairs bar is L shaped, not particularly spacious and getting a bit tatty in places. The carpets are wearing a bit thin and the dark red ceiling paper is beginning to show signs of age. Note the unusual front zig-zaggy windows. Can get extremely busy and very rarely have I been able to find anywhere to sit. Decently kept Greene King beers at reasonable prices. Wall displays of keys, suitcases, cigarette cards, old watches and old signs. Lots of wood paneling and the windows let in a reasonable natural light. Background music is rather nondescript. 2 well placed TVs and a games machine. I have found the service pretty good even when busy. Tends to attract a general West End mix of office workers and tourists and pretty much a trouble free environment. The resident dog tends to ignore you and is usually found slumped across the doorway. Not much to separate it from several other pubs in the area but worth staying a while if you can bag a place to sit.

On 28th June 2006 - rating: 5
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