80 Pubs and Bars found in or around The Royal Academy

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Windmill

There are a one or two pubs in the West End that aren't the usual tourist traps, theme pubs or restaurants in disguise you get in these parts - they're just good, honest pubs that would be a delight for any discerning pubgoer...

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Ain't Nothin' But... The Blues Bar

Something a bit different for Soho - or indeed London - a dedicated Blues bar. There's live music most nights of the week (with the add-on of a late license) but if the Blues ain't your thing, it's still a handy one to meet up...

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Old Coffee House

A traditional looking pub, with loads of knickknacks hanging from the ceiling and pictures on the wall to impress the tourists - plenty of brewery mirrors in evidence, along with recruitment posters from the second World War...

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Clachan

If you go into a Nicholson's pub and don't find an opulent Victorian interior, you should be disappointed. But don't worry, you definitely won't be disappointed here - the fixtures and fittings are everything you would expect...

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The Red Lion (Crown Passage)

Tucked away down a side street in the ever-so-posh St. James's, The Red Lion is a charming boozer. Its age and location may suggest a you'd encounter a soulless dive aimed purely at tourists, but by and large this is as genuine...

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Coach & Horses

The Coach & Horses is a quaint little Tudorbethan building in a posh part of London - only a stone's throw from three main shopping areas - and it's a jolly decent pub too. Real ale aficionados are well taken care of, with...

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Glassblower

Located just off Regent Street, this one feels like it's trying to strike a balance between being a harmless tourist pub and a slightly trendy West End bar. It's more former than latter all told, with cheapish food but it still...

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The Chequers Tavern

The Chequers Tavern is one of several small St. James' pubs and it's usually the quietest in this neck of the woods - there's much more chance of getting a seat, should you feel the need for one. It gets the basics right, with...

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The Red Lion (Duke Of York St.)

The Red Lion is an old-style traditional pub. It's small, has great beers and a stunning interior. This is a great pub to come to when you are out and about in the West End and fancy a quiet pub - unfortunately, the world and...

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The Burlington Arms

The Burlington Arms is a modernised (i.e. stripped out) Victorian pub in a pretty posh area, serving a a few real ales on the hand pumps and a 21st century mix of wines and spirits. It's a pub of two small halves with an...

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