356 Pubs and Bars found in or around London Zoo

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Tapping the Admiral

Run by the people behind the nearby Pineapple and Dalston's Railway Tavern (with most staff having fled from the Sir Richard Steele after its takeover), Tapping the Admiral is all you could wish for from a pub. Tastefully and...

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0.78mi
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The Lord's Tavern

This one's had a makeover since we were in last in and it feels much more upmarket. We also discovered that as it's part of Lords Crocket Ground, it's closed to the public on match days - it gets used for posh (read expensive)...

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0.90mi
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The New Inn

The mental image conjured up by St. John's Wood might well consist of elegant Georgian houses, upmarket boutiques and ladies who lunch. But in a rare moment of light relief only minutes away from this potential Richard Curtis...

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0.39mi
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Brewdog Camden

What defines a great pub? It's a delicate blend of great service, quality beers and comfortable surroundings. Well, this might be leaning more towards a bar than a traditional pub, but it scores highly on all counts. The staff...

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0.67mi
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The Washington

Into its third incarnation in five years, 'The Wash', as they now nickname themselves, has veered back from the precipice of gastrodom. It's been taken over by the Mitchells and Butlers group as part their continually...

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0.71mi
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The Sir Richard Steele

This pub is a big old rangy place that is very possibly the template for all those London pubs furnished with curios and knickknacks. Even without the toy carts and fruit bat display looming down over you, there's also a large...

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0.73mi
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Old Eagle

The Old Eagle is an excellent pub that has by and large resisted any major refurbishments or other unnecessary trappings. Instead it's a genuine, friendly local boozer, with a good mixed crowd and friendly service. Stripped...

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0.90mi
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Prince Albert

A hidden gem in Camden, this pub has it all. Beautiful interior, excellent service, well-kept ales and ciders, and lovely food. The prices are somewhat higher than average, but the quality matches - as attested by the multiple...

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0.90mi
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Colonel Fawcett (ex The Camden Arms)

As the Camden Arms, this back-street Camden pub slowly sank from our consciousness, being as it was a rather forlorn and gloomy place. However, with new owners and a new name the future is looking very rosy. The bar was...

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0.94mi
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LORD SOUTHAMPTON

Courtesy of @AlbertTrinker and his review of Camden Pubs: Why has it taken me so long to go to this pub? I've walked past so many times, thinking to myself "I bet that's a charmless dump..." but as we've found time...

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0.99mi
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