65 Pubs and Bars found in or around White Cube Gallery London

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The Red Lion (Crown Passage)

Tucked away down a side street in the ever-so-posh St. James's, The Red Lion is a charming boozer. Its age and location may suggest a you'd encounter a soulless dive aimed purely at tourists, but by and large this is as genuine...

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0.16mi
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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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0.31mi
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The Chequers Tavern

The Chequers Tavern is one of several small St. James' pubs and it's usually the quietest in this neck of the woods - there's much more chance of getting a seat, should you feel the need for one. It gets the basics right, with...

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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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5th View

If you're in a literary frame of mind and you're feeling the need for classy surroundings in which to imbibe, you'll find the solution in the unlikely combination of old-style class, 21st Century book retailing and a museum...

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0.11mi
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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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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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Glassblower

Located just off Regent Street, this one feels like it's trying to strike a balance between being a harmless tourist pub and a slightly trendy West End bar. It's more former than latter all told, with cheapish food but it still...

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0.20mi
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Glasshouse Stores

A quirky Sam Smith's pub in the heart of the touristy bit of Soho. Some nice old features remain and give the pub an olde worlde atmosphere. It's larger than it looks from the outside, with a basement bar and space out the back...

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0.27mi
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Coach & Horses

The Coach & Horses is a quaint little Tudorbethan building in a posh part of London - only a stone's throw from three main shopping areas - and it's a jolly decent pub too. Real ale aficionados are well taken care of, with...

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