87 Pubs and Bars found in or around St. Paul's Cathedral

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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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0.21mi
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Cockpit

We usually avoid clichés like the plague, a cliché to us is like a red rag to a bull, but "steeped in history" could have been minted for this hidden away gem. Outside it says established...

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0.11mi
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The Blackfriar

It could be said that the The Blackfriar is a cheat, but it's an honest cheat, as the almost mediaeval appearance is actually an early 20th century Arts & Crafts extravaganza on the site of an ancient priory. Inside the...

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0.23mi
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The Old Bell

The Old Bell is one of the legendary Fleet Street pubs when this area was well and truly the street of shame. Sadly, those days are long gone and so have the marathon drinking sessions - printer and pundit alike. When you go...

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0.30mi
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Paternoster

Replacing the genial old dump that was the Master Gunner, the Paternoster has settled in as a modern, comfortable bar in keeping with the 21st century recreation of the whole Paternoster Square area. Young's were right not to...

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0.11mi
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Rising Sun

The Rising Sun is situated down Carter Lane - an alley between Ludgate Hill and Queen Victoria Street that has a Dickensian, if not medieval feel. The pub is quite fetching on the outside, but the inside it's a single large...

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0.11mi
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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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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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0.13mi
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Viaduct Tavern

The Viaduct has been a Fuller's pub for a couple of years now, but to be honest you don't really come here for the beer (even though it's good), but to take in the Victorian interior. Built on the site of an <a...

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0.16mi
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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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0.16mi
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