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Belushis is a popular bar with a strong Antipodean flavour. Rock music, drink deals and a classic menu including hearty burgers combine to create a great atmosphere and a fun experience.

Ranked #757 of 5241 restaurants in London
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"Boasting a brilliant location in the heart of Covent Garden, this pint size bar with an American Rock and Roll feel and original décor, rocks out an epic party every night of the week. Serving their very own cocktails list, a great range of beer, and a killer menu including their badass home made burgers, chicken wings, nachos stacks and a truck load more. The bar crew know how to have fun and always get the party started with some classic tunes and the odd free shot if your lucky! Dancing on the bar is also part of a regular night here. They run a great happy hour every day of the week from 5-8pm Enjoy their deals including 2 for 1 bottles of beers, £10 buckets of beers, bottles of wine, jumbo cocktails jars and a bucket load more. Check this place out, you wont be disappointed!"

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

11:00 - 00:00

TUE

11:00 - 00:00

WED

11:00 - 00:00

THU

09:00 - 00:00

FRI

11:00 - 00:00

SAT

09:00 - 00:00

SUN

11:00 - 23:30

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By Andrew M.

One of my favourite bars in Covent Garden, Belushi's Bar Cafe is a popular meeting spot where I've caught up with loads of mates. Belushi's Bar Cafe is great for people watching as well!


By Ross H.

Quality Night. As it was last year. Top quality night out. Thank you and probably see you again next year ;)


By Ross H.

Quality Night. As it was last year. Top quality night out. Thank you and probably see you again next year ;).


By John J.

Grand place to get the evening started,we luckily hit happy hour,had seats out front in the sunshine sipping whiskey and watching all the pretty lady's walk by. Staff were cool and a bit of craic as-well.


By Sunday B.

Great bar in the heart of Covent Garden. Reasonably priced drinks and food, great happy hour and great entertainment.

Staff and service are both top notch. Comfortable and well presented. Highly recommended!


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This Belushis backpackers’ bar springs out of the concrete waves of Covent Garden offering total Nineties entertainment.

The Venue
Located just off the main square in Covent Garden, the recognisable blue of the Belushis facade is easy to spot. Upon entering, the time warp of a doorway leads you into the belly of the beast that offers the same look it has championed since tie-dye and Nirvana, such is its Nineties look. The tables are all a metre and a half above floor level, which is uncomfortable to say the least, and there isn’t much comfort to be found anywhere else.

The long narrow space is plastered with the spoils of a recent trip to Arena, as the eyes of Bob Marley and Jim Morrison watch you from big posters. The musical theme continues with classic album artwork joining the artists’ faces on the walls. The presence of a huge set of traffic lights completes the Roadhouse feel and you could just imagine Kurt Russell working the door to keep trouble out of town.

The Atmosphere
Belushis wants to be Coyote Ugly but unfortunately its credentials aren’t up to the job. Its chain pub status definitely detracts from the place as a whole and if you’ve been in one then you’ve pretty much been in them all. You should take things either with a pinch of salt, or tongue in cheek to mix with the backpacking, tourist and student populated crowd and try to forget the outside world.

The Food
The menu at Belushis is trashy yet tasty with most dishes consisting of chips and greasy treats. There is a huge range of burgers and other pub staples. Prices are average, £6.95 or thereabouts, but certainly far cheaper than most of the restaurants that lie in the Plaza.

The Drink
The shelves display an array of brightly coloured spirits - look-alikes of cheap mouthwash flavours that come in multiple deals. There is a pedestrian selection of wine stocked behind the bar along with the commercial branded liquors. Prices are good on the whole, especially if you hit happy hour. Fosters, Kronenbourg and Amstel are served on draught.

The Last Word
If you’re looking for an upbeat night, accompanied by likeminded individuals and a soundtrack of songs you’ve heard a hundred times before then Belushis is worth a visit.

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