A collection of pubs (loosely connected by shops, parks, and astoundingly expensive broom closets).
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1. Princess Louise208 High Holborn, Holborn, London
2. French House49 Dean St, London
3. The White CrossRiverside, Surrey, London
4. The Greenwich Union56 Royal Hill, , London
5. The Bricklayer's Arms32 Waterman St, Putney, London
6. The Churchill Arms119 Kensington Church St, Kensington, London
7. The Admiral Codrington17 Mossop St, Chelsea, London
8. The Windmill6-8 Mill St, London
9. The Duke of Cambridge30 St. Peter's St, London
10. The Lock Tavern35 Chalk Farm Rd, Camden Town, London
11. The Jerusalem Tavern55 Britton St, Clerkenwell, London
12. Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese145 Fleet St, London
13. The Commercial Tavern142-144 Commercial St, Shoreditch, London
14. The Haggerston438 Kingsland Rd, Dalston, London
15. White Horse94 Brixton Hill, London
16. The Prince of Wales467-468 Brixton Rd, Brixton
This segmented Victorian-style pub has a variety of small rooms within it, which helps even out even the largest crowds to make it feel like comfortable environs to enjoy a cold pint.
Boasting over 30 champagne and wine options by the glass, this Soho hotspot is home to actors, artists, and British royalty alike. Rub shoulders with some of Soho's elite while noshing on pork rillettes and ogling at showbiz wonders.
This classy watering hole is a must-go during good weather; it sits right on the river, has a solid wine list, and a variety of brews. And epic roasts? Yep, they have those too.
Helping to lift the bags… under your eyes this porter will be available tomorrow, and tomorrow only at the Greenwich Union; the product of a collb between Meantime & some Germans in from the famed Weyermann brewery, it's an ultra-smoky take on the classic London Porter, made w/ six different malts.
Built in 1826, this award-winning drinkery is officially the oldest pub in Putney. How have they lasted so long? A solid ale list, a regular schedule of beer festivals, and a enjoyable beer garden in the Summer, that's how.
This old-school Notting Hill pub is absolutely covered with colorful flower arrangements on the outside (allergic folks beware), and the inside is even more enjoyable with their large selection of beers and classic pub ambience, which has managed to hang around since it was built in 1750.
This Chelsea establishment covers all its bases, whether you want a tasty burger, a glass of wine, a craft 'tail, or pint of cold beer.
There's plenty to love about this pub, but its best aspect is the pie. The Windmill serves up a variety of the golden brown buggers, the best of which is their steak and kidney pie, which has won numerous national awards.
Tucked down a side street away from the crowds of shoppers, this light and airy pub has always been ahead of the times: everything they serve is organic, sustainable, and seasonable. That makes for knock-out food, and (apparently) organic booze gives less of a hangover!!!
Located across from the stable markets, this pub has it all: a beer garden, roof terrace, amazing food, good selection of booze, and an upstairs live music venue.
Owned by St. Peter's Brewery (who specialize in using all British ingredients for their brews), the Jerusalem Tavern also has great food that is a cut above almost all else.
There has been a pub at this location since 1538 and has served such famous patrons as Mark Twain and Charles Dickens. And the same things that kept them in business then keeps them in business now: a friendly atmosphere, cold brews, and tasty pies.
Just on the trendy side of Spitalfields Market, this quirky pub has a decent beer selection, tasty 'tails, a pool table, and a brightly lit area for Summer or Winter alike.
This Dalston haunt has everything you could want in a pub: cheap and tasty pizza, and outdoor area, and kick-ass jazz on Sunday nights.
An old favorite to the area, White Horse is one of those place that has a life of its own. It's great for chilled-out weekday drinking, which evolves into a bit more of a party atmosphere on the weekends, and the food always brings people coming back for more, and the crowd themselves are always good for a bit of people watching.
Loaded with a million bars, a huge terrace, great kitchen, DJ's live music, debauched dancing, and a mega late license, this is your one stop shop south of the river. Get stuck in for the long haul or sneak off to Sovereign Loss, the speakeasy hiding upstairs.