179 Pubs and Bars found in or around Adelphi Theatre London

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Harp

Any tourist who dares wander just off the main stomping ground of Trafalgar Square will be very lucky indeed to find themselves pondering the choice of beers tantalising them in this small, handsome boozer. The walls are...

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0.09mi
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Cork & Bottle

First up, an admission: you can't get a pint here. No Adnam's, no Young's, no Pride - not even a Guinness. Not a pub then, but a wine bar. But what a bar. This place has been setting the standards for wine bars since the early...

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Lamb & Flag

This pub is pretty famous in these parts, so it ought not to need much of an introduction. It's a genuinely old, higgledy-piggledy place, with bare floorboards, plenty of dark wood panelling and little brass plaques...

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Angel & Crown

This pub is quiet enough, considering its location. It does get busy later in the evening, but not bad early on. They do food in the bar and in the first floor restaurant which can also be hired as a function room. The beer is...

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Porterhouse

Very often we like to bring you a choice little hideaway, an undiscovered gem with a few enchanting flaws. But we also have to concede that, if a place is really popular, chances are they're doing something right and a recent...

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Retro Bar

With a preponderance of standy-uppy stripped pine bars and corporate pseudo olde-worlde places nearby, Retro Bar stands out by being just a little bit different. Tucked down a little alleyway, it's certainly more Camden than...

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Nell Gwynne Tavern

On the face of things it's Ye Olde Worlde Pubbe, but, the Nell Gwynne is not as touristy as its location and cosy size would make you think. Sure, it's dimly lit and makes the most of its historical associations, but it still...

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Salisbury

The Salisbury is an ornate, well preserved gin palace, built at the height of Victorian extravagance. The interior is a wonder of etched glass, mirrors and mahogany. Coupled with some charming ornate art nouveau light fittings,...

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Round Table

This may be a fairly standard former TJ & Bernard pub, which like all its brothers and sisters has been given a sympathetic makeover, but the Round Table has certain advantages over some other nearby pubs. Primarily its...

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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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