28 Pubs and Bars found in or around London Canal Museum London

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Waterside Inn

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by jack on 26/01/2005</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_2.png' alt='last rating: 2 pints' title='last rating: 2...

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Central Station

Central Station has never been the most attractive of pubs, or had one of the best names. Any vestige of the Victorian heritage it once had is long gone: the dated exterior signage appears to be of an early 1990s vintage and...

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King Charles I

A compact, one-roomed affair, this pub even manages to shoehorn in a bar billiards table into the clutter of nicknacks on display. This does provide a pleasing independent air to proceedings, with a decent range of beers on...

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Driver

The Driver appears to have been going through an identity crisis of late, changing from a decent, relaxed pub (with good food) that we rather liked, to a more upmarket affair and member's club at one point. Externally, the...

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Lincoln Lounge

With so many new identikit gastro pubs springing up in the Kings Cross regenerated area, it is nice to find an unique older pub. However, with the Lincoln Lounge there is always the sense that it has chosen style over...

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TWR

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Canal 125

Set amid the mind-boggling 'rejuvenation' (ahem) that is taking place north of Kings Cross at a phenomenal rate, Canal 125 may be trying to be all things to all men, and women, and not really trying to pull off what they're...

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Be@One (ex Ruby Lounge)

Ruby Lounge is no more, as this one has been consumed by the ever-expanding Be At One chain. We'll be back to give it a review soon.

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Drink, Shop & Do

Drink, Shop & Do is an idiosyncratic and quirky place, which seems to live a misty, nostalgic haze for a variety of war-time and post war influences. The front is the ‘shop’, selling a variety of craft,...

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The Parcel Yard

Fuller's have got much right with this station pub, which is a credit to the newly-unveiled extension to King's Cross. The design is spectacular, making use of original features but neatly looking to the future. An industrial,...

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SimmonS

Judging by its exterior, once upon a time this one was an old-style Dining Room. We never knew it in that incarnation, but passing it over the years we wondered if the interior matched up to London's other Classic Cafes. We...

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The Star of Kings (ex-Cross Kings)

Located a little further up York Way than you go without intending to, this once traditional pub has been remade as a music destination with a good portion of the back room dedicated to a stage for live music and dj sets. There...

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Millers (ex Dun-A-Ri Bar)

The Millers is reasonable enough pub, especially considering where it is - regulars and local passing traffic from King's Cross station make up the bulk of the clientele. Friendly and efficient service even when busy. Decent...

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Waiting Room

From the name alone, this hotel annex bar doesn't do itself any favours. "Waiting Room" - no-one likes waiting and the very name makes you impatient. It stands for frustration and it smacks of being transitory: grab a...

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The Fellow (ex-Masque Bar)

Once the underwhelming Masque Bar, this one was reborn in 2008 as The Fellow. With its bar and dining room on the ground floor and a cocktail lounge and roof terrace upstairs, it's very much in keeping with the continual...

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The Thornhill Arms

With competing Trumans and Charringtons signage on the outside and tiled inside as well as out, the Thornhill is a rather nice specimen, although some of the original architectual features have been altered or are missing...

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The Flying Scotsman

The sex industry may be a £30 billion a year business, but this demoralising dive shows how the chink of coins fuels the bottom of the barrel realities. As one girl writhes on the tiny, raised stage, the next turn is...

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