Theodore Ottoman, Pierre Frey, Bosquet
Set within a historic Grade II-listed townhouse, our very first club space in London’s Soho is where it all began in 1995 – and it’s remained a round-the-clock member destination ever since
Soho House 40 Greek Street reflects our founding ethos: a place for like-minded people to come together, relax, share inspiration and ideas - and, ultimately, have fun. Our interiors and an atmosphere that remains the mark of all our Houses today largely originated here: that feeling of being welcomed into a generous home with a roaring fire, relaxed dining and comfy seating, like our House favourite Theodore armchair.
With its Georgian houses, pubs, gay bars, independent stores and an array of eateries, Soho is ever-evolving - much like our original House. Around the corner from 40 Greek Street, you'll find Soho House 76 Dean Street and Kettner's, and downstairs the buzzing Cafe Boheme and Cecconi's Pizza Bar - the perfect spots for a few aperitivos.
The House elegantly merges indoor and outdoor spaces, such as the Morning Room with a terrace on the first floor and the Courtyard Bar on the third floor, which has sliding glass doors that open up in warmer weather.
On the second floor, the new pewter Circle Bar - inspired by the original design - serves drinks until 3am, and is filled with vintage leather sofas and stools. It's also home to the 40-40-40 art collection, which showcases 40 artists under the age of 40, hung over mirrors.