68 Pubs and Bars found in or around Guildhall Art Gallery & Roman London's Amphitheatre London

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The Anthologist

A massive establishment just a stone's throw from the Guildhall in the City of London, this fairly new venue is part restaurant, part bar, with strict seating at lunchtimes, although there is some less formal space at the end...

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0.05mi
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The Old Doctor Butler's Head

When people encounter the Old Doctor Butler's for the first time it's hard not to be taken by the old pub. It's a handsome olde worlde, dark wood pub, situated in a narrow, hard-to-find, alleyway, with a couple of beer barrel...

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0.13mi
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City Tavern

Newly reopened and still smelling strongly of paint, it's easy to see that the new version of the City Tavern is a vast improvement on the old place. Three ales on tap, all Greene King, with the American Blue Moon ale in...

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0.11mi
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The Prodigal

Not a great deal has changed during the makeover of this vast, split-level pub. Now part of the Barracuda chain, the only really noticeable difference is the introduction of plasma screen TVs above the bar so that Cittee folk...

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Lord Raglan

Now part of the reinstated Taylor Walker chain, we've known The Raglan for a long time. The Tardis-like interior opens up as you enter the pub, seemingly much larger on the inside than out. There's a decent enough range of real...

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Williamson's Tavern

Whatever the hocus-pocus about this being London's oldest excise licence and a watering hole since shortly after the Great Fire of London the reality is most of the actual structure dates from the 1930's. But it's kept the...

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Green Man

Last time we were in this pub, it wasn't a Wetherspoon pub, so that probably gives you an idea of how long its been. It's reasonable enough, but it does fill up with commuters of an evening, then clears out to relative quiet....

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0.21mi
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Wood Street Bar & Restaurant (ex - Crowders Well)

There must be something of a recovery going on, because the Wood Street Bar and restaurant is another abandoned pub rescued recently. The Old Crowders Well, the previous incarnation, was a bit of an oddity - an...

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0.22mi
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The Globe

Originally, this was two pubs, one known as the Globe, and one known as the John Keats. Now just called "The Globe", the John Keats is now relegated to bar status, though it has an upstairs that appears to be largely...

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Hatchet

A classic City pub this. It's made up of two rooms: a bar and a small room at the back, both of which have been the scene of many a Square Mile liquid lunch. Although it can get very crowded at the customary lunch and...

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0.27mi
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