85 Pubs and Bars found in or around The London Film Museum London

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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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Westminster Arms

The Westminster Arms has the privilege of being the closest pub to the Central Methodist Hall and Westminster Abbey. As a result the upstairs of the pub is predominately standing only to cater for the busy mix of tourists,...

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Waterloo Bar & Kitchen

A gastropub (actually more of a restaurant), for sure, but one that is straightforwardly classy, rather than pretentious. The Waterloo Bar and Kitchen is popular in the early evenings with those en route to the nearby Old Vic,...

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The Bell & Compass

Now closed, soon be become a Cafe Rouge.

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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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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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Fire Station

Funnily enough located in a converted fire station next to one of the exits of Waterloo Station, this is a phenomenally busy bar popular with post-work commuters - don't come here if its a seat you're after. Due to the nature...

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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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White Hart

The nowadays familiar M&B format - good hand-pumped beers, an extensive range of Continental beers, a decent wine list, decent food and the almost de rigueur shabby chic interior - is enormously popular here at the White...

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Retro Bar

With a preponderance of standy-uppy stripped pine bars and corporate pseudo olde-worlde places nearby, Retro Bar stands out by being just a little bit different. Tucked down a little alleyway, it's certainly more Camden than...

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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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The Windmill Tavern

Great, unpretentious, proper pub. The Windmill is situated slap-bang in the middle of The Cut. It serves great Thai food with an excellent value lunch deal consisting of side dish, main dish & rice for only...

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Duke of Sussex

This one certainly stands out from the commuter pubs and theatre bars of the area, being a dyed in the wool local's boozer. Both the exterior and interior décor are fairly untouched (noteworthy features being the piano...

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Nell Gwynne Tavern

On the face of things it's Ye Olde Worlde Pubbe, but, the Nell Gwynne is not as touristy as its location and cosy size would make you think. Sure, it's dimly lit and makes the most of its historical associations, but it still...

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