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[[File:45 Wardour Street.jpg|thumb|45 Wardour Street in 2012]]'''Chez Victor''' was a restaurant in Wardour Street, [[Soho]], founded in 1901. It was noted as being popular with gay men in the 1930s.
 
[[File:45 Wardour Street.jpg|thumb|45 Wardour Street in 2012]]'''Chez Victor''' was a restaurant in Wardour Street, [[Soho]], founded in 1901. It was noted as being popular with gay men in the 1930s.
  
In 2007 the restaurant was destroyed in a fire.<ref>http://www.shadyoldlady.com/location.php?loc=811 Legendary Soho Eatery in flames</ref> It was subsequently restored and was now part of the Biagio restaurant group, but had closed down by mid-2011.<ref>http://www.london-eating.co.uk/463.htm "We are sorry but this restaurant has closed - The Reader Comments are shown for historical purposes only."</ref>
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In 2007 the restaurant was destroyed in a fire.<ref>http://www.shadyoldlady.com/location.php?loc=811 Legendary Soho Eatery in flames</ref> It was subsequently restored and became part of the Biagio restaurant group, but had closed down by mid-2011.<ref>http://www.london-eating.co.uk/463.htm "We are sorry but this restaurant has closed - The Reader Comments are shown for historical purposes only."</ref>
  
 
It is now an Italian trattoria.
 
It is now an Italian trattoria.

Latest revision as of 14:24, 15 August 2013

45 Wardour Street in 2012
Chez Victor was a restaurant in Wardour Street, Soho, founded in 1901. It was noted as being popular with gay men in the 1930s.

In 2007 the restaurant was destroyed in a fire.[1] It was subsequently restored and became part of the Biagio restaurant group, but had closed down by mid-2011.[2]

It is now an Italian trattoria.

References

  1. http://www.shadyoldlady.com/location.php?loc=811 Legendary Soho Eatery in flames
  2. http://www.london-eating.co.uk/463.htm "We are sorry but this restaurant has closed - The Reader Comments are shown for historical purposes only."