128 Pubs and Bars found in or around Chancery Lane (London Underground)

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Ye Olde Mitre Tavern

Ye Olde Mitre Tavern is a well-concealed pub (in a little yard just off Hatton Garden) can often be an oasis in a somewhat manic area. Of course, like any pub in the City, it gets overrun at the usual times - lunch and...

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0.18mi
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Cittie of Yorke

A well-known, large, magnificent pub with a host of unusual architectural features, especially in the back bar, with its cubicle-like nooks and crannies and giant vats above the bar. Of particular interest is the triangular...

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0.06mi
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The Seven Stars

The Seven Stars is an ancient, tiny pub that's a great place for a pint when it's not packed - to do this you need to avoid lunch times and early evenings - or during the summer recess. It's a charming and olde worlde pub and...

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0.24mi
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The Bountiful Cow

Just like its sister pub the <a href="http://www.fancyapint.com/pubs/pub192.php" target="_blank">Seven Stars</a>, this one shares both an owner and a devotion to the Suffolk beers of Adnam's but...

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0.29mi
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El Vino

City wine bars can divide opinion amongst drinkers - either loved or hated, for us it can sometimes conjure up images of the Square Mile's tacky excesses. However, cast aside any of this, as El Vino in Fleet Street is the real...

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0.31mi
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Ship Tavern

Small pub frequented by those who know the shortcut that misses out the corner where Holborn station is. Amazingly it's been refurbished relatively recently but the designers have eschewed the tired "battered furniture and...

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0.32mi
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Edgar Wallace

The Edgar Wallace is a handsome, but deceptively pokey pub once you get inside, which, as a result, gets gets crowded pretty quickly at the usual post-office times. Given the area, the number of suits should come as no surprise...

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0.36mi
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Melton Mowbray

The Melton Mowbray is a Fuller's Ale and Pie pub and usually, it's a very full Fuller's Ale and Pie pub. It has all the usual stuff you'd expect from the chain - Fuller's excellent beers (plus other non-Fuller's items including...

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Old Red Lion

A pretty decent place, with a good, well-kept range of Greene King beers. The service is prompt and friendly and there's an upstairs bar, you can escape to if it gets crowded downstairs. The building itself, is a fine old...

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Blue Anchor

Newly reopened after a fire, we looked hard but we couldn't honestly see anything outrageously different. Okay, the downstairs bar/restaurant is now called 'The Catch' - and the seafood is good (the fish and chips is worth a...

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