117 Pubs and Bars found in or around Aldwych Theatre London

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Edgar Wallace

The Edgar Wallace is a handsome, but deceptively pokey pub once you get inside, which, as a result, gets gets crowded pretty quickly at the usual post-office times. Given the area, the number of suits should come as no surprise...

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0.25mi
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The Seven Stars

The Seven Stars is an ancient, tiny pub that's a great place for a pint when it's not packed - to do this you need to avoid lunch times and early evenings - or during the summer recess. It's a charming and olde worlde pub and...

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0.26mi
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Ship Tavern

Small pub frequented by those who know the shortcut that misses out the corner where Holborn station is. Amazingly it's been refurbished relatively recently but the designers have eschewed the tired "battered furniture and...

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0.29mi
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Nell of Old Drury

A cosy little pub, with decent beer, across the road from the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. This does affect the place, as you get theatre patrons (and musicians) in before the show and at the interval, so be prepared for sudden...

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0.08mi
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Coach & Horses

The Coach and Horses is a fine traditional pub, and has been for a number of years, a cut above most of the tourist-oriented offerings in these parts. There are a couple of ales on the hand pumps and, as there's an Irish theme...

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0.08mi
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Belushis

Belushis, for all its sins, often seems rather like a less trashy Walkabout. While that may not be high praise by any means, it is a perfectly acceptable destination in its own right. By virtue of its location, it aims squarely...

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0.10mi
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Freemason's Arms

This is one of the better Covent Garden pubs, it bears up to the strain of office worker and tourist crowds quite well. A recent lick of paint has brightened the place up, but not affected it in any other way. It's not worth...

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0.11mi
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O'Neill's

We haven't been in this one for a while and went in with the expectation of the usual O'Neill's experience and our expectations weren't exactly shaken. But it's doing a lot of things right and seems to attract a mix of local...

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0.12mi
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Ye Olde White Horse

Situated in the heart of London's legal world and a stone's throw away from the London School of Economics, Ye Olde White Horse used to be famous for the 'no students' sign that limited its clientele down to a few punters....

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0.13mi
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George IV

On the door step of the LSE it may be, but this a step above your average student pub drinking haunt. The Victorian exterior and interior is fairly well preserved and inside you'll find a pretty good array of beers and a...

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