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ain’t nothin but blues

For the ‘best Blues bar this side of the Atlantic’ head on over to Soho to Ain’t Nothin’ But… This intimate and authentic little place is no longer a well kept secret with eager Blues fans queuing out the door most nights. High profile singers have included the late, great Amy Winehouse.


The walls are adorned with posters of Blues musicians and guitars, combine this with the dark wood and low lighting and you have the perfect atmosphere to enjoy the sweet sound of the Blues. The venue is cosy but this makes for fantastic acoustics and a lively vibe. At the bar try their speciality beers; Ghost Ship and Mad Goose are particularly popular. Door entry fee applies after 8.30pm Friday and Saturday so head down as early as you can, before it gets busy.

Ain't nothin but Blues Bar

Ain't nothin but Blues Bar

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