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Or rather, the legendary Troy Club – as detailed here: Rupert Goodwins’ Diary – ZDNet UK Comment.

Even if many of the beer soaked nights spent there can’t be recalled clearly, the place itself will not be forgotten.

Hacks and PRs looking for a late night drink in SoHo must now look elsewhere.

2 Responses to “The Fall Of Troy”

  1. Martin McCallion

    I wish I’d known about that place the time that Andrew W was down and we were trying to get a drink in Soho after 11. We ended up paying to get into some terrible place. Andrew was not impressed, as I’m sure you can imagine.

    Not that knowing about it would have helped much, without being a member, though.

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  2. Andrew Smith

    Heh – describing Troy as a club is a bit of a misnomer. So long as the bouncer on the door didn’t take a dislike to you (or it wasn’t full), you had a good chance of getting in. Then again, having a regular like Rupert G with you certainly wouldn’t do you any harm….

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