197 Pubs and Bars found in or around Prince of Wales Theatre London

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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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0.14mi
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Old Coffee House

A traditional looking pub, with loads of knickknacks hanging from the ceiling and pictures on the wall to impress the tourists - plenty of brewery mirrors in evidence, along with recruitment posters from the second World War...

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0.23mi
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The Ship

Apart from the odd lick of paint here and there, this pub has not changed much over the years. No bad thing in this area, where you only have to turn round for ten seconds and yet another style bar has opened up to cater for...

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0.25mi
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Blue Posts

For a pub so close to the tackfest that is the Trocadero Centre, this one makes a fair go at being a normal boozer. That a decent drop of Timothy Taylor Landlord can be had helps, as does the rather lived-in feel of the pub...

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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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0.09mi
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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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0.11mi
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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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Bear & Staff

A friendly enough pub on Charing Cross Road, which given its proximity to Leicester Square is seldom quiet. There's nothing that remarkable about it, other than it fits the image for many visitors to London of what a pub is -...

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De Hems

De Hems is a popular pub for people to meet when out for a night on the town. Named after a Dutch sailor, who bought the place in the late 19th Century, it wavered in our affections after a change of ownership diluted the...

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0.15mi
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Duke of Argyll

One of three Sam Smiths pubs all within staggering distance from each other and sited opposite a 1929 art deco car park, the Duke of Argyll is a refreshingly normal pub of the kind slowly disappearing in the area. Not as twee...

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