180 Pubs and Bars found in or around Adelphi Theatre London

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Garrick Arms

Once a Dome bar, now an approximation of a traditional pub. An average place in terms of both food and drink and pretty consistent with the slew of touristy pubs on Charing Cross Road (though we didn't notice it, it feels the...

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Theodore Bullfrog

During the after-office rush for drink, this place can resemble a bright barn that exists solely to serve alcohol. It attracts droves of thirsty accountants and such who guzzle bottled beer and bark into mobile phones before...

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The Bell & Compass

Now closed, soon be become a Cafe Rouge.

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B@1 (Be At One)

It's all about the cocktails at B@1 (Be At One for those who don't like txt spk), with around 170 crammed onto the menu we were handed upon reaching the bar at the Covent Garden branch of this mini-chain. With a happy hour...

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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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Porcupine

The main function of the Porcupine seems to be a default destination for those who aren't sure where to go in the West End. So be prepared to mix with tourists drinking half a lager and weekenders using the pub as a pre-club...

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Boadicea

As a drinker favoured by those who favour booze before using public transport, the Boadicea serves a purpose. It's a small, sweaty place that offers London Pride amid the usual fray of lager and alcopops. The jukebox provides...

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Green Man & French Horn

Currently being refurbished.

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Bonapartes

If you go to Charing Cross mainline station you're spoilt for choice these days with not one but two pubs. We say 'spoilt', but we're lying. Obviously, being honest, concourse pubs are never destinations to seek out. The one...

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Ha! Ha! Bar & Canteen

What could've been an interesting multilevelled space underneath Charing Cross station has been sadly rendered like a claustrophobic All Bar One, which just gets worse the busier it becomes. Despite this, it's as popular as...

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Player's Bar & Restaurant

Bit hit and miss this one and previous reviews have ranged from the very good to the very ordinary - we're still undecided ourselves so would welcome other feedback before we go back and review again.

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Savoy Tup

Lurking just off the Strand and just out of sight of most tourists is the Savoy Tup. It's typical of the Massive chain, with a few decent beers on the hand pumps, a modest wine list and the usual range of spirits. But if you're...

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The Chandos

The Chandos is an attractive pub: the beer is Sam Smiths and is up to their usual standard, there is lots of room and an upstairs bar/restaurant with nice window seats. The pub suffers from its location, though. Perfectly...

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Lyceum Tavern

The Lyceum is a decent enough pub, especially given its touristy location, with the usual cheap-but-decent Sam Smith's drink selections on offer - so expect students from nearby King's College to feature amongst your fellow...

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Corner Store

A by-the-book bare boards pub that endeavours to pull in as many punters as possible. It does its best to tap into the crowds off to the Lyceum, which may explain why there are more flavoured coffees on offer than lagers and...

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Henry's

While the emphasis here is mostly on cocktails, you can still get a pint in here, if of a limited selection. The ambiance, decor and music make this the sort of place to chill out or have those few drinks before getting to the...

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