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27 Pubs and Bars found in or around Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

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Hole in the Wall

Pretty much an institution in these parts - and it's stayed pretty much the same for years - this pub is actually quite a large hole in a wall, being situated in railway arches in front of Waterloo Station and has been a...

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0.26mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Sloe Bar

It would appear that a change in elevation is needed for station pubs to excel - maybe the stairs challenge the less sophisticated drinkers, who are we to say? This bar aims to be more elegant, with a good-sized wine list and...

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0.27mi
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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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0.30mi
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Gordon's Wine Bar

Not a pub, we know, but a wine bar with more charm and atmosphere than many of London's boozers (particularly those nearby); Gordon's is one of the most idiosyncratic drinking holes in town, its darkened alcoves a world away...

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0.31mi
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Riverfront Bar & Kitchen

The BFI, formerly the National Film Theatre, is a long established part of the Southbank's cultural milieu, but until recently its bar was lacking any creative touch. A refit has made for a more clearly defined space, splitting...

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0.09mi
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The Wellesley

It was a bit of a culture shock to drop down the steep flight of stairs from the station concourse into this windowless basement to find this is actually quite a reasonable pub. A fairly spacious bar area is fine for the quick...

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0.19mi
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Tattersall Castle

Resplendent in its new livery, the ex-paddle steamer, the Tattersall Castle is a fitting tourist attraction for the area, located in an ideal spot almost opposite the London Eye and County Hall and close to Westminster. The...

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0.24mi
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Motion

Motion is a conveniently placed bar, suited to younger weekend drinkers and after work gatherings. Set in the unusual Hungerford House, the small ground floor gives way to a labyrinthine basement area, where most of the...

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0.24mi
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Princess of Wales

Don't go looking for anything original here (after all, this is a street with two Starbucks on it) as this is an unspectacular Nicholson's pub. The main bar always feels on the small side, whether that's due to the giant screen...

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0.25mi
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Auberge

Auberge is a Continental sort of place, serving, Belgian beers, lagers, wine and a brasserie-style menu. It's part of a small, but growing, chain of bar/restaurants - this one's been here for quite a while - dotted around...

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0.31mi
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