78 Pubs and Bars found in or around Blackfriars Millennium Pier (Thames Boat Service)

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White Swan

Done up recently (it probably needed it) as it was looking a bit tired and old pubby. It's now much more inviting with comfortable tables and chairs, ow-level lighting and candles and flowers on the tables. It's popular with...

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0.34mi
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The Blackfriar

It could be said that the The Blackfriar is a cheat, but it's an honest cheat, as the almost mediaeval appearance is actually an early 20th century Arts & Crafts extravaganza on the site of an ancient priory. Inside the...

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0.15mi
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The Old Bell

The Old Bell is one of the legendary Fleet Street pubs when this area was well and truly the street of shame. Sadly, those days are long gone and so have the marathon drinking sessions - printer and pundit alike. When you go...

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0.24mi
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Cockpit

We usually avoid clichés like the plague, a cliché to us is like a red rag to a bull, but "steeped in history" could have been minted for this hidden away gem. Outside it says established...

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0.27mi
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El Vino

City wine bars can divide opinion amongst drinkers - either loved or hated, for us it can sometimes conjure up images of the Square Mile's tacky excesses. However, cast aside any of this, as El Vino in Fleet Street is the real...

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0.29mi
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Edgar Wallace

The Edgar Wallace is a handsome, but deceptively pokey pub once you get inside, which, as a result, gets gets crowded pretty quickly at the usual post-office times. Given the area, the number of suits should come as no surprise...

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0.37mi
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Harrow

This Grade II listed pub was a legendary Fleet Street drinking haunt when the Sun was based over the road. It's so tied into that era that the small downstairs bar is called the "Vincent Mulchrone" room (a famous...

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Doggett's Riverside Bar & Terraces

Run by Nicholson's, Doggett's Riverside Bar and Terraces (to give it its full name) is the least Nicholson's-like of all their properties, being a modern (well 1980s) building rather than an ornate Victorian Gin palace....

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0.15mi
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St. Brides Tavern

More modern bar than traditional pub, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. And being Greene King, the beer is still kept to a high standard. Fortunately, this now means their standard IPA and a guest ale. It's definitely...

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0.18mi
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Coach & Horses

Another lively pub in this area, it's a bit bright and brash compared to some of the seasoned veterans in the area, but nevertheless it's OK. A conventional range of beers with pretty decent Guinness, friendly service and a...

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0.20mi
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