51 Pubs and Bars found in or around Temple (London Underground)

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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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0.14mi
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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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0.27mi
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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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0.29mi
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Cheshire Cheese

Not to be confused with the nearby, much more famous <a href="http://fancyapint.com/pubs/pub576.html">"Ye Olde" Cheshire Cheese</a>, this pub quietly goes about the business of providing local...

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0.12mi
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Devereux

Well off the beaten track in one of the quiet, quaint alleyways which are a feature of the Inns of Court, the Devereux is a pub enhanced by its atmospheric location. It's a solid, traditional pub - quite appropriate for the...

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0.15mi
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George

This one's been tidied up again, and we have to say it's looking good these days. There isn't much in the way of original fittings, however good the pub looks from across the road, which is a shame, really, particularly as the...

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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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George IV

On the door step of the LSE it may be, but this a step above your average student pub drinking haunt. The Victorian exterior and interior is fairly well preserved and inside you'll find a pretty good array of beers and a...

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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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The Old Bank of England

The Old Bank of England is another of Fuller's fine banking hall conversions, there's a <a href="http://fancyapint.com/pubs/pub1461.html" target="_blank">sister pub</a> not too far away. Despite...

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