158 Pubs and Bars found in or around London Transport Museum

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Harp

Any tourist who dares wander just off the main stomping ground of Trafalgar Square will be very lucky indeed to find themselves pondering the choice of beers tantalising them in this small, handsome boozer. The walls are...

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0.23mi
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Belushis

Belushis, for all its sins, often seems rather like a less trashy Walkabout. While that may not be high praise by any means, it is a perfectly acceptable destination in its own right. By virtue of its location, it aims squarely...

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0.06mi
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Coach & Horses

The Coach and Horses is a fine traditional pub, and has been for a number of years, a cut above most of the tourist-oriented offerings in these parts. There are a couple of ales on the hand pumps and, as there's an Irish theme...

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0.09mi
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Nell of Old Drury

A cosy little pub, with decent beer, across the road from the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. This does affect the place, as you get theatre patrons (and musicians) in before the show and at the interval, so be prepared for sudden...

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Lamb & Flag

This pub is pretty famous in these parts, so it ought not to need much of an introduction. It's a genuinely old, higgledy-piggledy place, with bare floorboards, plenty of dark wood panelling and little brass plaques...

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Freemason's Arms

This is one of the better Covent Garden pubs, it bears up to the strain of office worker and tourist crowds quite well. A recent lick of paint has brightened the place up, but not affected it in any other way. It's not worth...

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Porterhouse

Very often we like to bring you a choice little hideaway, an undiscovered gem with a few enchanting flaws. But we also have to concede that, if a place is really popular, chances are they're doing something right and a recent...

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Wellington

A recent tidy up hasn't hurt this big old pub with the Edwardian interior. The beer selection lives up to Nicholson's usual standards and being able to try one you've not heard of before you buy always wins points in our book....

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Nell Gwynne Tavern

On the face of things it's Ye Olde Worlde Pubbe, but, the Nell Gwynne is not as touristy as its location and cosy size would make you think. Sure, it's dimly lit and makes the most of its historical associations, but it still...

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Coal Hole

Probably the most famous pub in the area, the Coal Hole is pretty much unchanged over the years, although it has had its ups and downs. Built in a corner of the Savoy Hotel complex, the pub has a medieval (circa 1904) style...

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