34 Pubs and Bars found in or around Globe Theatre London

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The Banker

Tucked down a side street under the shadow of Cannon Street station we weren't expecting the Banker to be much of a revelation. We were wrong - it's a spacious pub, well lit, with a cracking conservatory area overlooking the...

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0.30mi
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Founders Arms

The Founders Arms is a modern Young's pub on the south side of the river very close to Blackfriars bridge, offering the usual Young's range of drinks and pretty decent food. It has a large terrace with seats and tables by the...

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0.15mi
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Brew Wharf

Borough Market can be one of the happeningest, funkiest, liveliest, sparkiest, even edgiest areas in London. What a pity its newest venue is none of these things. Brew Wharf is the restaurant and beer-focused add-on to the...

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0.28mi
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The Centre Page

If you wanted an area of real estate for a pub, the steps of the Millennium Bridge next to St. Paul's is hard to beat. Monday-Friday it's a handy one for local workers and at weekends you're guaranteed a passing tourist trade...

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0.28mi
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Sea Horse

This one's been tidied up and given the gastro-green treatment. A pleasant surprise were the three ales on tap to go with the barlike furnishings; there are a sprinkling of comfy leather chairs in the corner which are great if...

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0.29mi
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Loose Cannon

As much of a corporate venue/sports bar as a pub, we discovered the Loose Cannon one recent Friday evening after work. And a welcome discovery it was too - for one thing, you can normally get a seat. Secondly, service is very...

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0.30mi
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Old Thameside Inn

The Old Thameside Inn has become well established on the tourist trail, this once overlooked Nicholson's pub is now a hive of activity most of the time. And why not? With fine views of the city from the riverside terrace (if...

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0.30mi
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Shaw's Booksellers

Despite the name, Shaw's Booksellers really is a place for food and drink. It's one of Fuller's upmarket venues, where the drinks list and menus are designed for the clientele culled from the surrounding City offices. As a...

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0.31mi
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T.S.P. (The Samuel Pepys)

There used to be a Samuel Pepys here years ago, a typical (at the time) bare floorboards and oak beams place in a Victorian warehouse. We recall it was a dark place spread over a couple of floors, where the only view of the...

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0.17mi
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Southwark Rooms (ex Shakespeare Tavern)

Another pub to change name and owner - its now all sleek and sophisticated decor, cocktails and champagne. We'll be back to let you know what's what.

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0.22mi
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