75 Pubs and Bars found in or around Museum of London

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White Swan

Done up recently (it probably needed it) as it was looking a bit tired and old pubby. It's now much more inviting with comfortable tables and chairs, ow-level lighting and candles and flowers on the tables. It's popular with...

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0.31mi
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Hand & Shears

The Hand & Shears is a great little pub, which, despite it's diminutive proportions, is still divided up into public, private and saloon bars - a real rarity these days. It hasn't changed in years, decades even, though we...

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0.08mi
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Sutton Arms

A while ago now, this handsome pub was given the refurbishment it deserved and was brought up to 21st century standards with a bit of style and the right sort of attention to detail. On the hand pumps we have well-kept beers,...

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0.17mi
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The Old Red Cow

Apart from one disastrous incarnation (as the Long Lane) we've long been fans of the the Old Red Cow, it's a handsome, quirky, old building that's always had a cheery aspect to it. And we're in illustrious company as it was...

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0.18mi
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The Spectator (ex-Nylon, ex-Pavilion, ex-Poet's Corner)

Well, we finally got to this one and discovered the Spectator is more wine bar than pub, but judging by the way the clientele were tucking into their lunches it's doing all right. There's only euro lagers on the taps - the...

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0.10mi
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Lord Raglan

Now part of the reinstated Taylor Walker chain, we've known The Raglan for a long time. The Tardis-like interior opens up as you enter the pub, seemingly much larger on the inside than out. There's a decent enough range of real...

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Wood Street Bar & Restaurant (ex - Crowders Well)

There must be something of a recovery going on, because the Wood Street Bar and restaurant is another abandoned pub rescued recently. The Old Crowders Well, the previous incarnation, was a bit of an oddity - an...

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0.16mi
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The Prodigal

Not a great deal has changed during the makeover of this vast, split-level pub. Now part of the Barracuda chain, the only really noticeable difference is the introduction of plasma screen TVs above the bar so that Cittee folk...

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0.16mi
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Bishops Finger

An old favourite in Smithfield, this one has stayed pretty constant for the last few years. Located practically next to St Bartholomew's Hospital and St Bartholomew the Grand (one of the churches from Four Weddings and a...

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0.16mi
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Rising Sun

The Rising Sun is an old and attractive, traditional pub hidden away in a Dickensian-looking alley next door to the magnificent and historic <a href="http://www.greatstbarts.com/"...

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0.16mi
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