Ted’s Place opened in October 1990. Discreetly located in the heart of Fulham.
A street-level entrance.
Pop your coat into the cloakroom and descend down the stairs into a perfectly formed, cavernous basement bar. From the bottom of the stairs to the left, you will find the bar with very friendly staff and of course the owner, Ted.
Everyone is welcome at Ted’s Place. This is apparent seeing and speaking with people who walk down the stairs and join you at the bar. A very friendly and relaxed environment. Completely excepting of all.
Looking around, the walls are very dark and the lighting subtle.
Ted’s Place offers a fun environment attracting a wide range of people. Endearingly refered to as “A Fulham institution”. Ted’s Place has been a cornerstone of the gay scene in West London, offering the same reassuring, familiar and wonderful experience every time.
Ted’s Place is the local gay bar for the residents of Hammersmith, Fulham, Shepherd’s Bush and Earls Court. However, people travel from miles around just to experience this unique environment which caters for a men-only evening on Friday.
Sunday, Monday and Thursday nights are home to TV/TS, gay men and their admirers. A very eclectic mix of butch geezers, muscleboys, glamorous drag queens, tranny glamazons and regular blokes who just don’t ‘do’ the Soho scene, it’s always a laid-back laugh at Ted’s Place.