The O'Neill's Story

O’NEILL’S WARDOUR STREET IN London: OUR STORY

Just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Chinatown and the iconic Leicester Square is where you’ll find another one of London’s famous landmarks — O’Neill’s Wardour Street!*

Today, it's a place known for great craic that serves delicious food from morning to night View our food menu as well as offering a seriously great range of drinks View our drink menu.

But did you know that there’s more to O’Neill’s Wardour Street than meets the eye?

(*okay maaaybe it isn’t that famous, but we think it's pretty special!)

BURSTING WITH MUSICAL MEMORIES

Known as Whiskey-A-Go-Go in the ’60s, it was a hub for soul music. If you were lucky, you may have bumped into icons like James Brown and Kool and the Gang strutting their stuff!

In 1984 it became The Wag Club where David Bowie shot the MTV video for Blue Jean.

Since 2001 we’ve been running this fantastic venue done our best to keep the party going. How? Oh, by having live music every single night across two floors - not bad right?

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU VISIT US

We have space for over 350 people, plus a private bar that’s perfect for hosting an event. Hire out a booth for you and your friends to watch live sport on your very own HD TV.

We’re the place for live music! Expect to find London’s best up-and-coming artists and bands gracing one of our many stages every night of the week. For sports fans, we have a projector screen plus HD TVs throughout, so you’ll never miss a moment's action.

And that's just on the first two floors!

Visit our 3rd-floor Flamingo Bar! At 400 capacity, it’s the perfect place for all sorts of large get-togethers, from awards evenings, Christmas functions to team building events. It has its own private bar, roof terrace, toilets and cloakroom. And it's fitted out with a projector, screen and a stage.

So, whether you’re having a few cheeky beers after work, want to dance your Saturday night away or fancy getting your nearest & dearest together for a proper knees-up, O’Neill’s Wardour Street has it all.