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31 Pubs and Bars found in or around Russell Square (London Underground)

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Friend at Hand

We remember this pub when it used to have it bit of a seafaring theme (the pub sign was of a lifeboat rescue) and the interior was done up to look like the inside of an capsized sailing ship (or at least that's how it appeared...

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0.07mi
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Marquis Cornwallis

Now that the Brunswick Shopping Centre has been relaunched as a centre for high-gloss retail, it's no surprise that this nearby pub - part of the cheap-as-chips world of the Goose chain - has had a makeover too. It's now one of...

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0.11mi
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Perseverance

This fairly traditional-looking pub hasn't changed a great deal, and still works at catering for the arty and studenty-types who inhabit the area, and gets pretty packed of an evening. We remember there used to be a large...

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0.24mi
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Lamb

The Lamb is a genial old boozer with lots of Victorian charm - and that's just the locals. The beer's good (Young's, plus guests), the food's pretty basic, it's got some quaint Victorian fixtures and fittings, without it being...

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0.30mi
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The Swan

Thanks to its location this pub is popular with tourists, being handy for many of the Bloomsbury hotels. It's a T & J Bernard pub, so expect a good range of decent beers on the hand pumps, ordinary, but decent enough, pub...

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0.21mi
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Norfolk Arms

Upon entering this establishment you can't fail to notice the cured hams, dried peppers and garlic bulbs hanging in the windows and behind the bar. It's a hint that if you're looking for a traditional British pub experience you...

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0.22mi
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The Boot

One of the numerous Irish pubs hiding away in the less than salubrious back streets of King's Cross, The Boot is worth a visit just to marvel at the various items they've decided to nail to the bar - a pair of skis anyone? As...

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0.30mi
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Truckles of Pied Bull Yard

Although the name suggests a Dickensian establishment, governed over by a paternalistic mutton-chopped proprietor, the reality is another generic outpost of the Davy's Wine Bar chain. It enjoys a charming enough location - a...

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0.30mi
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London Pub

Located on the ground floor of perennial tourist favourite the Royal National Hotel, London Pub is quite possibly the most soulless experience you can have with a pint in your hand. London Pub (note, no definite article), has...

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0.12mi
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Dean's Brasserie

Odd pub, attached to the Waverley Hotel in Holborn, but seemed to be full of regulars. Ikea style interior, laminate floors blah blah, nothing special. Had a range of food available for customers, but it wasn't clear if it was...

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0.14mi
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