62 Pubs and Bars found in or around Tower Gateway (Train Station, DLR)

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Crutched Friar

Nestled in closely to the adjoining buildings on the eponymous street and near the railway bridge to Fenchurch Street under which its near-neighbour, the Cheshire Cheese, dwells, the Crutched Friar is a deceptively spacious...

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0.11mi
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East India Arms

Featured in the "Good Beer Guide" for the last three years (and possibly longer), the East India Arms is a rather handsome, if smallish, pub in the heart of the City, en route to Fenchurch Street station....

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0.15mi
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Cheshire Cheese

Now a Fuller's pub (having once been part of the Nicholson's stable), this large, two-storey pub is located in the recesses of the railway bridge just outside Fenchurch Street station and within spitting distance of the Tower...

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Still & Star

Tiny, rather quaint pub that becomes a haven for a mixed bunch of punters post clocking off. It would be unremarkable in other parts of town but in this location becomes something more rare and precious as the years go by. It's...

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0.21mi
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Hennessy's

Looking after a regular city clientele, this one's not as manic as many others in the square mile, and fits the bill if you're after a quieter drink of an evening. The upstairs restaurant takes care of those looking for lunch...

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0.21mi
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Hoop & Grapes

Thanks to careless bakers and the Luftwaffe, this is one of a very tiny number of medieval timber-framed buildings - the pub claims it's the only one - left in the City. It's changed hands over the years, but never quite served...

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The Ship

Not so long ago, there used to be dozens of little pubs like the Ship around the City, pleasant drinking holes where local workers meet a spot of for lunch, or gather after work for a quick pint or two before the weary, dreary...

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The Zeppelin Shelter

Sitting in a somewhat neglected area just south of Aldgate, this was until 2007 the abysmal and somewhat notorious Bar Bed. Now however a new bar has taken its place under the name Zeppelin Shelter. Sure enough inside you'll...

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The Minories

Largish pub catering to local City workers that hasn't really changed in years. It comes into its own on Thursdays and Fridays when a "party atmosphere" descends. Cheesy as hell, often with a DJ (who probably does...

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0.08mi
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The Chamberlain Hotel

Part of the Fuller's hotel chain, this one is a touch above your average hotel bar though. You'd expect the beers to be up to scratch, and so they are. Given its recent arrival on the scene, you get the impression that not all...

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