28 Pubs and Bars found in or around St James' Park London

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Two Chairmen

Hidden away in a secluded and exclusive area close to St. James's Park, for many years the Two Chairmen remained the classic, cliché "hidden gem". Inevitably it was finally being "discovered",...

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St. Stephens Tavern

This Grade II listed pub was one we didn't think would ever open again. Having been closed for the best part of 15 years, it quietly reopened its doors just before Christmas 2003. From our research, it appears that this...

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The Queen Vic

This old Victorian pub is in the heart of the east end of London,Originally the pub was to be called The Balmoral but after the death of Prince Albert it was re-named as a tribute to the mourning Queen. Initially, the pub's...

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Sanctuary House Hotel

One of Fuller's Ale & Pie houses, the Sanctuary House has the added bonus (if you're a visitor to London) of being a hotel as well. Although the pub is handily sited for the many tourist attractions around <a...

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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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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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Westminster Arms

The Westminster Arms has the privilege of being the closest pub to the Central Methodist Hall and Westminster Abbey. As a result the upstairs of the pub is predominately standing only to cater for the busy mix of tourists,...

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Clarence

The Clarence has always walked the line between 'cosy' and 'dingy', so when it became the latest pub to be refurbished by Geronimo Inns, we wondered how it would fare. A lot of the faux Victorian detailing has gone, to be...

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The Old Star

The Old Star is a fairly bland and uninspired modern style Greene King pub. Having had a bit of a rearrange and tidy up, pine and light wood are the order of the day, with plenty of standing space to accommodate the after work...

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Albannach

Not too long ago, the image of a Scottish drinking experience in Trafalgar Square consisted of the Tartan Army, beered up in the <a href="http://www.geocities.com/albagubrath2000/victory.htm"...

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