82 Pubs and Bars found in or around Institute of Contemporary Arts London

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The Two Chairmen (ex-Nancy's, ex-Schrodingers)

After a few more name and identity changes, this old pub is finally back to its original (1683, apparently) name. Nothing to do with corporate board members, the name refers to the guys who used to carry somewhat richer people...

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0.06mi
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Three Crowns

This cosy, back-street boozer cleverly pulls off the trick of acting like it's in a quiet part of town, while the reality is you can almost hear the buzz of Piccadilly Circus traffic from the bar. On our visit, we were...

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0.16mi
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Tom Cribb

I popped into the pub for a quick pint and a bite to eat and have to say it was a very pleasant experience. The food was wholesome and although I only had a sandwich it was well presented and tasty, there was a group of theatre...

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0.17mi
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Sherlock Holmes

You have to be a bit of Sherlock Holmes to find this pub, as Baker Street is a good Hansom Cab's ride away from Northumberland Avenue. Nevertheless, the pub has plunged wholeheartedly into its chosen theme to please pub-going...

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0.22mi
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Old Shades

The Old Shades is in middle one of a trio of Whitehall pubs (practically in a row) but you'll find this one is a better bet than the other two - it actually shows a bit of character. With leather bench seating, leaded windows...

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0.22mi
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The Ship & Shovell

Claiming to be "the only London pub in two halves", the Ship & Shovell is a good pub in an area short of them. Its pleasant red and black facade, adorned with street lanterns, presents a mirror image across the...

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Golden Lion

Whilst its interior may not quite match its exuberant exterior, this one's worth a pop should you find yourself idle in St. James's with no Club membership to fall back on. The Nicholson's chain pride themselves on their...

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0.27mi
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The Imperial

A relatively quiet pub during the day - it's enough off the beaten track that most tourists don't find it. Although a good, central place to meet people in town its tranquility is broken by that horrible sounding Swiss clock...

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Player's Bar & Restaurant

Bit hit and miss this one and previous reviews have ranged from the very good to the very ordinary - we're still undecided ourselves so would welcome other feedback before we go back and review again.

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0.29mi
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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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