So this season may be the last to see shows at Deitch Projects in Soho and Queens.
She has an appointment at the Soho Apple Store to fix her 15-year-old Macbook.
A few weeks ago I was invited to a Soho loft for a board game day.
The polished wood-paneled Rookery Hotel calls itself “Soho in the East” and frankly, that undersells it.
Opened in October by the ( shh) Soho House group in the famous Tea Building, this industrial ditty is divine.
Miss Dilldall publicly boasted of the fact that she had smoked a cigarette in a restaurant in Soho!
He looked round the restaurant, which was in Soho and decided that she was incomparable.
I have heard of a house near Leicester fields which appears tolerable, and of another near Soho whose very situation excludes it.
Thus generation after generation followed each other at Soho works.
"My mother hasn't heard from Mrs. Penn since she left Soho Square," he said.
district in New York city, 1969, from "South of Houston Street," but probably also echoing the name of the London neighborhood (famous for vice by early 19c.), which was so called since at least 1630s, originally "So Ho," a hunting cry (c.1300) used in calling from a distant place to alert hounds and other hunters; the West End district was so called from earlier association of this area with hunting.
Flattery; cajolement; sweet-talk: I won her over finally with a lot of soft soap (1830+)
: We had to soft-soap the electorate pretty shabbily (1840+)