The White Horse is a pub set within the cobbled streets of the Newburgh Quarter in London and is a favourite watering hole for the thirsty staff of the Lomography Gallery Store Soho after a busy day!
The White Horse…always tempting the Lomography staff to an afternoon drink in the sun or a late night drink after a busy day of telling people how great film is. It’s recently been refurbished so this is the perfect hotspot, and slightly off the beaten track from the ever so bustling Carnaby Street.
It’s a great little sun trap, full of bustling British atmosphere and set within the cobbled streets of the Newburgh Quarter. And don’t forget, it just so happens to be across the best shop in all the United Kingdom – The Lomography Gallery Store Soho!
White Horse Pub
16 Newburgh Street
Nearest Rail – Oxford Circus
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