Blue Posts

The board is very visible, so if you’re gonna throw here, throw well, you’ll be on show.

More importantly, make sure you find the correct Blue Posts – there are five in and around Soho. In the mid-nineteenth century there were 15 Blue Posts in this part of London, and prior to that there were no doubt several more; a blue post signified a Sedan Chair stop – effectively it was where you waited for a bus, before buses. And what better thing to put at a bus stop than a pub, with a dart board.






Been to this pub?

Tell us when you last played there, so we know the board is still up – and do leave any interesting (clean!) stories while you’re at it.

Comments 2

  1. Nice board. Plenty of room around it and good ceiling height. There’s even some coat hooks for when the weather’s inclement – and a shelf for pints and the inevitable pub snacks to sustain you during a lengthy tungsten tussle. There are a few other boards nearby too if this one’s in use.

  2. Nice board. Beautiful pub.

    I appreciate what Samuel Smith does with their pubs. However, when the pub is empty, without music, it is like throwing darts in a church.

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