40 Pubs and Bars found in or around British Library London

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Prince Arthur

The Prince Arthur has long been a favourite of ours, and when things started to change we were a bit worried. While we might have hankered for a bit of Thai food last time we were in, we can't say the new menu has been a bad...

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The Parcel Yard

Fuller's have got much right with this station pub, which is a credit to the newly-unveiled extension to King's Cross. The design is spectacular, making use of original features but neatly looking to the future. An industrial,...

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Drink, Shop & Do

Drink, Shop & Do is an idiosyncratic and quirky place, which seems to live a misty, nostalgic haze for a variety of war-time and post war influences. The front is the ‘shop’, selling a variety of craft,...

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Betjeman Arms

Housed in the wonderfully restored St Pancras Station, the Betjeman Arms has proven to be a station pub with a difference. As we've come to expect of Geronimo offerings, this one's equally well-run and pleasant - particularly...

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Somers Town Coffee House

An establishment with a bit of history, having apparently once been a favoured meeting place for Huguenot intellectuals to catch up on events and drink coffee. More recently however, the fortunes of the Coffee House (its...

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Euston Flyer

For all the talk of King's Cross regeneration, the nearby Euston Road is still for many a fume-filled thoroughfare on which the drinking choices - and there are a few - are mostly generic in nature. Such a pub is the Euston...

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Mabel's Tavern

A solid, traditional affair that's being serving up Shepherd Neame brews for a good few years now. Don't come here expecting ahead-of-the-curve pub thinking, but if what you're after is somewhere that sticks to the basics, then...

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The Doric Arch

Once called the Head of Steam, the Doric Arch has settled down into as solid a pub as its predecessor ever was. The refit was on the benign side of things, and even though the owners changed (this one's now run by Fuller's) the...

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The Dolphin

This is a pub that hasn't had any makeovers (it still displays a Watney, Combe & Reid sign outside, for example) and features separate saloon and public bars, subtly decorated with Emerald Isle touches by the Irish...

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Skinners Arms

The streets just south of the Euston Road are home to a number of solid, straightforward pubs, a fair example of which is the Skinners Arms. With its plush carpet, striped wallpaper and a surprisingly high ceiling, here's a...

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