195 Pubs and Bars found in or around Royal Opera House London

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Shakespeare's Head

Let's face it, you don't go to Wetherspoon pubs for the atmosphere. You might be drawn by the lack of music, the high chance of getting a seat or most importantly the cheap food and booze. And if you're after any of these,...

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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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King's Head

This pub hasn't changed in years and remains a breath of grotty air in the midst of Chinese Restaurants, trendy bars and boring pubs. It has the same sticky carpet, scratched Formica tables and regulars propping up the bar. The...

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Princess Louise

Closed for most of 2007 for a big restoration job, the Princess Louise is once again one of London's destination pubs. The classic Victorian interior is still gloriously intact; indeed, it's come back with extra period...

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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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Dog & Duck

The Dog and Duck is a tiny, popular pub with a very well preserved ornate Victorian interior and it's well worth a visit at quiet times (mid-afternoon) to have a shufty. (Most of the time the place is pretty crowded, so it's...

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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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Intrepid Fox

When Goth and rocker hangout the Intrepid Fox closed its doors in 2006 (a victim of a calculated M&B pub cull) we thought it was the end for this Soho institution. But then we discovered that it moved - lock, stock and...

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Museum Tavern

The Museum Tavern is a fine pub located across the road from the British Museum - we guess the clue was in the name. Happily, it has managed to maintain its high standards over the years and despite having a regular tourist...

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