88 Pubs and Bars found in or around Liverpool Street (London Underground, Train Station)

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The Old Doctor Butler's Head

When people encounter the Old Doctor Butler's for the first time it's hard not to be taken by the old pub. It's a handsome olde worlde, dark wood pub, situated in a narrow, hard-to-find, alleyway, with a couple of beer barrel...

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Lord Aberconway

There are a myriad of pubs and bars within touching distance of Liverpool Street, though as so often in the vicinity of a mainline station, relatively few to recommend. The Lord Aberconway, a tribute to the last chairman of the...

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Red Lion

On good days, the Red Lion useful enough pub and it's a better place to meet people at Liverpool Street than some of the pubs closer to the station. As a result, it often gets pretty rammed at peak times, particularly commuter...

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The Stone Horse Paper Cow (ex The Stone Horse)

We remember these premises from the heady days of the 1980s when they were a sort of disco-bar type establishment (there were dozens of them at that time). It's been through a few iterations since then, usually of the bar...

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The Bull

The T & J Bernard signage is still intact, but with this pub now firmly tied to the restaurant opposite, this "bar and restaurant" is just that - a restaurant that serves drinks. What you'll first notice on...

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Flying Horse

After donkey's years with very little change, apart from maybe a thicker layer of dust on top of the picture frames, the Flying Horse had a major update a couple of years ago. Well, that may be pushing it a bit, but out went...

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The Globe

Originally, this was two pubs, one known as the Globe, and one known as the John Keats. Now just called "The Globe", the John Keats is now relegated to bar status, though it has an upstairs that appears to be largely...

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The White Horse (ex-Broadgate Exchange)

The White Horse is another new link in the Geronimo chain (see what we did there?) this ones changed beyond all recognition - and that's not a bad thing. Formerly the Broadgate Exchange, it's been remade in Geronimo's image,...

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Dirty Dick's

Dirty Dick's was a notorious City pub and popular tourist attraction a few years ago, that underwent a facelift, unfortunately eradicating most traces of the interesting dive it once was. Its proximity to Liverpool Street...

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0.21mi
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Magpie

Located down a side street off Bishopsgate, the Magpie is among numerous pubs primarily catering for the after work crowd around the City. Its nice Victorian interior and efficient and pleasant staff help it to stand out from...

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