122 Pubs and Bars found in or around Her Majesty's Theatre London

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For a pub so close to the tackfest that is the Trocadero Centre, this one makes a fair go at being a normal boozer. That a decent drop of Timothy Taylor Landlord can be had helps, as does the rather lived-in feel of the pub...

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Waxy's Little Sister

Much smaller version of Waxy O'Connors - hence the name. Less theme park and more of a pub than its big sister, it still can get pretty crowded. Decent Guinness, but that's about it.

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Devonshire Arms

Given the Devonshire Arms' location just off Piccadilly Circus, it could be terrible here. Sure, its often filled with hordes of tourists but doesn't feel as transitory as other nearby places. Having received a recent...

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Walkers of Whitehall

Walkers is a hidden away place a stones throw from Trafalgar Square which, overshadowed by the tourist-attracting Sliver Cross just in front, predominantly attracts the afterwork crowd. There's also more space than you'd give...

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Slug and Lettuce (ex-Crooked Surgeon)

Not a lot to report since it was consume- sucked into- taken over by the Slug and Lettuce chain. It's passable, we suppose and as most of the clientele tend to be transients going from one place to another, it's probably not...

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Fudge (ex-Bat & Ball)

A prime site so near Leicester Square wouldn't be vacant for long, so now Bat & Ball has become Fudge, one of a mini-chain of shiny style bars. Expect cocktails for £7.50, shots and 'sophisticated' leopard print...

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Bear & Staff

A friendly enough pub on Charing Cross Road, which given its proximity to Leicester Square is seldom quiet. There's nothing that remarkable about it, other than it fits the image for many visitors to London of what a pub is -...

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Moon Under Water

Nowadays, this is one of the smaller Wetherspoon pubs, which is especially surprising given the location. As ever, it's a Wetherspoon pub therefore cheap booze and food are on offer, without the distractions of music, pool and...

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Halfway II Heaven

It was rather surprising to find a gay bar this far from the usual Soho haunts, but that said, it's friendly enough for any visitors, with lots of be-suited drinkers around working hours. It's also got a reputation for decent...

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The Lyric

The Lyric (or 'The Lyric - Soho', as it's name helpfully informs the geographically bereft) was one of more characterful pubs in the area before it closed in 2006. Happily, however, it's recently re-opened and is - for want of...

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Albannach

Not too long ago, the image of a Scottish drinking experience in Trafalgar Square consisted of the Tartan Army, beered up in the <a href="http://www.geocities.com/albagubrath2000/victory.htm"...

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Cork & Bottle

First up, an admission: you can't get a pint here. No Adnam's, no Young's, no Pride - not even a Guinness. Not a pub then, but a wine bar. But what a bar. This place has been setting the standards for wine bars since the early...

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O'Neill's (Wardour Street)

Our last visit to this branch of O'Neill's was unsuccessful (at 9.45pm on a Saturday night it transpired to be for 'regulars' only and we were refused entry - weird). It's not terrible and if you fancy a pint of Guinness, you...

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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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The Chequers Tavern

The Chequers Tavern is one of several small St. James' pubs and it's usually the quietest in this neck of the woods - there's much more chance of getting a seat, should you feel the need for one. It gets the basics right, with...

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Golden Lion

Whilst its interior may not quite match its exuberant exterior, this one's worth a pop should you find yourself idle in St. James's with no Club membership to fall back on. The Nicholson's chain pride themselves on their...

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B@1 (Be At One, formerly the Red Lion)

Reopened as one of the cocktail bar chain. We'll let you know what it's like when we get back to it.

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Clarence

The Clarence has always walked the line between 'cosy' and 'dingy', so when it became the latest pub to be refurbished by Geronimo Inns, we wondered how it would fare. A lot of the faux Victorian detailing has gone, to be...

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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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Carbon (ex-Callaghan's Irish Bar)

The whole of the Regent's Palace Hotel is shrouded in scaffolding - we'll let you know if it comes back.

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Ku Bar (ex-Polar Bear)

Billing itself as "London's Finest Gay Bar", it's got a lot to live up to, but whatever, it does it with a bit of panache (as we would expect, of course). The clientele are predominantly gay, so unless you're happy...

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Glassblower

Located just off Regent Street, this one feels like it's trying to strike a balance between being a harmless tourist pub and a slightly trendy West End bar. It's more former than latter all told, with cheapish food but it still...

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De Hems

De Hems is a popular pub for people to meet when out for a night on the town. Named after a Dutch sailor, who bought the place in the late 19th Century, it wavered in our affections after a change of ownership diluted the...

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Glasshouse Stores

A quirky Sam Smith's pub in the heart of the touristy bit of Soho. Some nice old features remain and give the pub an olde worlde atmosphere. It's larger than it looks from the outside, with a basement bar and space out the back...

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White Horse

Just down the road from the XXX end of Soho, this one sticks rigidly to Sam Smith's four key rules of Pub Management: traditional interior, cheap booze, Sam's branded drinks and a ban on music. It's also possibly the brownest...

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Duke of Argyll

One of three Sam Smiths pubs all within staggering distance from each other and sited opposite a 1929 art deco car park, the Duke of Argyll is a refreshingly normal pub of the kind slowly disappearing in the area. Not as twee...

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