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Friday 16 June 2023 - Friday 30 June 2023

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Soho requires very little introduction to both locals and visitors, mainly because most know it as one of London’s most exciting corners. It’s the epicentre of eating, drinking and entertaining in the capital – one square mile packed with creative businesses, independent and iconic restaurants, street-food spots, cafés, bars, clubs, traditional London pubs and a thriving LGBTQ+ scene. It’s probably one of the few places where you can brunch, lunch, theatre, drink and then dance the night away – all within a ten-minute walk.

Although you’ll find a Soho in New York, Hong Kong, Malaga and Buenos Aires, it's the one in London that coined the name first. Originally an area of farmland, it was around the 19th century that the theatres, drinking dens and music halls moved into Soho, and it made a name for itself as an area marked by the colourful, debaucherous and flamboyant facets of life. To this day, it has remained as London’s beating pulse.

The food scene, an integral component of this pulse, spans some of Soho’s iconic roads like Beak Street, Brewer Street, Broadwick Street, Berwick Street, Rupert Street and Old Compton Street. It’s a somewhat hedonistic place for filling your stomach, as there are few cravings you cannot satiate in a nook of Soho. The diversity of the area means it’s a hub of international restaurants, including Kricket with its iconic plates of Indian fried chicken, Kiln with its lip-smacking selection of Thai-inspired sharing plates, The Duck and Rice with its legendary Cantonese roast duck, and Söderberg with its boxes of plump cardamom Swedish buns. There are also many exciting new additions to the neighbourhood, like Maresco serving up Spanish dishes using the best Scottish produce, alongside trusty classics like The Palomar, where you can discover the flavour-packed food of modern Jerusalem. By day Soho is the perfect spot to grab a coffee or brunch with friends, with spots like Flat White, and by night you can turn up the heat with elegant cocktails in drinking dens like SOMA and Hovarda.

And now, this summer, you can get a taste of Soho’s eating and drinking scene at Beats & Eats. It’s an immersive foodie experience from 16-30 June, highlighting all the F&B tenants in the area. Discover a line-up of exciting deals, promotions and special menus throughout the two weeks, including some highlights from the event below.

What's on?

Ember Yard

60 Berwick Street, W1F 8SX

Ember Yard

Book a table at Ember Yard and enjoy a complimentary portion of croquetas for the table when you quote SOHOBEATS.

Ramo Ramen

28 Brewer Street, W1F 0SR

From 16-30 June, Ramo Ramen is releasing a new menu special and cocktail in collaboration with Archipelago Gin. The new menu item, the lamb dumpling ramen, is an evolution of bestsellers lamb tantanmen ramen and wagyu wonton ramen.

Shack Fuyu and Bone Daddies

14A Old Compton Street, W1D 4TJ and 31 Peter Street, W1F 0AR

Shack Fuyu and Bone Daddies are bringing back their best-selling collab with Black Bear Ramen.


36 Berwick Street, W1F 8RR

There will be two for one on selected cocktails from Tuesday-Thursday, 5–7pm, alongside two-for-one on sourdough pizza every Tuesday after 5pm for the Beats & Eats dates.


25 Broadwick Street, W1F 0DF


Any single patty, fries and wine, beer or soft drink for £15 from the Temper lunchtime burger menu on Tuesday-Friday from midday-3pm.


36-40 Rupert Street, W1D 6DW


Try the new Fruit of the Season-flavoured cocktail, Pineapple.


45 Berwick Street, W1F 8SF

There will be 50% off Shetland mussels a la plancha at Maresco.


3 Denman Street, W1D 7HA

During the Soho Beats & Eats campaign, a special set menu will feature BBQ pork bun or pumpkin croquette bun, with spicy chicken katsu mazemen or spicy kakiage mazemen and a Kikizake sake flight.

Tapas Brindisa

46 Broadwick Street, W1F 7AE

Feast on £5 choricitos a la riojana, valid from Monday-Thursday between midday and 6pm.

For more information, visit thisissoho.co.uk and follow @ThisIsSoho