26 Pubs and Bars found in or around National Theatre

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King's Arms

We've had variable feedback on the King's Arms lately, which is disappointing given it's had a couple of awards from us over the years. To an extent, it's possibly been a victim of its own success, with complaints about crowds...

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0.26mi
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Studio 6

Located moments from ITV's London Television Centre is Studio 6, but rather than playing host to shows by Ant & Dec or Parky it is actually a bar and restaurant. Essentially a small, brightly painted two-roomed shack, it's...

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Hole in the Wall

Pretty much an institution in these parts - and it's stayed pretty much the same for years - this pub is actually quite a large hole in a wall, being situated in railway arches in front of Waterloo Station and has been a...

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Sloe Bar

It would appear that a change in elevation is needed for station pubs to excel - maybe the stairs challenge the less sophisticated drinkers, who are we to say? This bar aims to be more elegant, with a good-sized wine list and...

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White Hart

The nowadays familiar M&B format - good hand-pumped beers, an extensive range of Continental beers, a decent wine list, decent food and the almost de rigueur shabby chic interior - is enormously popular here at the White...

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Coal Hole

Probably the most famous pub in the area, the Coal Hole is pretty much unchanged over the years, although it has had its ups and downs. Built in a corner of the Savoy Hotel complex, the pub has a medieval (circa 1904) style...

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Wellington

A recent tidy up hasn't hurt this big old pub with the Edwardian interior. The beer selection lives up to Nicholson's usual standards and being able to try one you've not heard of before you buy always wins points in our book....

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Riverfront Bar & Kitchen

The BFI, formerly the National Film Theatre, is a long established part of the Southbank's cultural milieu, but until recently its bar was lacking any creative touch. A refit has made for a more clearly defined space, splitting...

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The Wellesley

It was a bit of a culture shock to drop down the steep flight of stairs from the station concourse into this windowless basement to find this is actually quite a reasonable pub. A fairly spacious bar area is fine for the quick...

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Mulberry Bush

A reasonable pub for a pint if you're passing, but not one worth a detour. It has the decent beer, wine and food typical of Young's pubs, but doesn't quite gel. Given its proximity to both the South Bank and particularly to the...

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