A legendary bar, that's found in the tiny strip of shop fronts that between The Borderline and Charing Cross Road, The Crobar is a classic of amongst Rock bars in London's late-night, inner-city life, and an undoubted addition to Soho.
It's not a live venue, but does stage the odd gig and occasional comedy event.
The place is cramped and dingy, it's also a split-level premises, but these are just some of its charms. The Crobar also boasts one of the finest jukeboxes around, the extensive range of bourbons behind their well-stocked bar would challenge the most hardened of drinkers.
The Crobar regulars tend to be of the black-clad, tattooed and intensely loyal kind, as well as some of the most friendly and social you could ever meet.
It's impossible to have a bad night out at this place; long may it rock.
There's even a song from Heavy Metal legends Monument summing up the place well -