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34 Pubs and Bars found in or around Geffrye Museum London

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The Bridge Coffee House and Bar

Tired of monochrome, laminate floored, multinational coffee shop chains? Then look no further than The Bridge Coffee House. A tiny place, tucked away on a corner under an old viaduct, it glows with warmth from the outside....

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0.25mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Macbeth

Location, as estate agents bore us by repeating, is everything. However, these days everywhere is a 'location': few areas remain undiscovered, rough neighbourhoods are usually 'up and coming'. In the case of Macbeth, this...

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0.14mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Howl at the Moon

It seems there are changes are afoot at Howl at the Moon. The smell of paint was an indication of a recent refurb, which has sadly taken away a significant amount of the homely feeling this great pub once had. Walls have gone...

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0.20mi
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The Old Shoreditch Station

A diminutive, fairly new addition to the Hoxton scene, the Old Shoreditch Railway Station is a café/bar unsurprisingly set in the original Shoreditch railway station building. Its a tiny place and until recently...

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0.25mi
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Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes

The proprietors had a great concept. Whether it was to cut expense, or a flash of inspiration, the place looks like almost no renovation was done to turn it into a bar. Even the original signs from when it was two separate...

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0.26mi
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Prague

Its not exactly hard to find somewhere to drink in the area where Old Street meets the Kingsland Road, but nonetheless you'll find Prague is one of the better places to spend your time. Unprepossessing from the outside, the...

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0.26mi
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George & Dragon

The George & Dragon could be aptly described as where Hoxton bohemia meets the East End. Rescued from near-dereliction, the owners kept what they could of the old place (after all, it was falling to bits) and added a dash...

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0.29mi
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The Hobby Horse (ex Melange)

Melange was a quirky little place, about a mile north of the popular Hoxton nub, but for whatever reason shut up shop late in 2008. Happily we recently discovered that the pub has reopened. Apparently the decor is modelled on a...

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0.30mi
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Bacchus Pub & Kitchen

The Bacchus of (very) old was, in our opinion, one of the better drinking establishments around here, but it seems the locals didn't share our point of view and it duly closed a few years ago. It subsequently reopened as a...

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0.17mi
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Old King John's Head

In our misspent youth, we used to love those little East End pubs where every saloon bar had a piano and where, every weekend, the regulars would come out dressed to the nines and sing for each other. Today, the 'joannas' have...

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0.18mi
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