25 Pubs and Bars found in or around St. James Street (Train Station)

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The Bell

The Bell occupies a site that has housed a pub by of that name for well over a hundred years. Not much has changed to the exterior of the building on Bell Corner in that time. Inside the pub however, the fortunes of this grand...

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0.95mi
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The Nag's Head

Jazz wafted through the air as we chose an excellent pint of Oscar Wilde Mild from the selection of four real ales on tap. But this isn't a Jazz bar. Or a real ale drinker's destination. Hidden away in peaceful Walthamstow...

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Celsius

Blending in with the kebab shops, newsagents and various small shops on the approach to Walthamstow Central, Celsius looks innocuous enough. Inside its a fairly small bar, with settees and leather cubes shrinking the long, thin...

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Ye Olde Rose & Crown

Ye Olde Rose and Crown has gone through a few incarnations over the last ten years or so. The latest incarnation has dispensed with the suits of armour and shields replacing it with... well, very little actually. Indeed, it's a...

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The Queens Arms

This is a Walthamstow Village version of an old guys pub, i.e. 21st century traditional - sort of a cross between a gastro and traditional pub. It's clean, light and airy, which is hardly a surprise as it has to compete with...

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The Village

Located in quiet Walthamstow Village and still doing what it does best, The Village serves a good handful of (CAMRA approved) ales and attracts a wide selection of locals and regulars. Its a popular but relaxed and friendly...

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The Castle

The Castle, a grand Victorian pub on an imposing corner plot, is one of the more out-of-the-way places in Walthamstow. While the previous incarnation looked like it was done on the cheap it has now received a bit more thought...

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Ferry Boat Inn

Tottenham Hale isn't famous for its quality drinking establishments, so to find a pretty country pub a stones throw from an ugly retail complex in this most urban of areas must be more than a relief to the locals. The...

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The Drum

Drum is the kind of pub people either love or hate. In keeping with some other Wetherspoons in greater London, you will find a male dominated environment, sometimes dipping into with the kind of ambience that accompanies old...

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The Cock Tavern

Not unattractive from the outside (despite the wooden slatted blinds which always look wrong in pubs) the Cock Tavern is nonetheless a rather standard, slightly run-down boozer. It's not often we come across places where we...

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