170 Pubs and Bars found in or around Vaudeville Theatre London

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Hops!

The overuse of exclamation marks is a common failing in modern English usage and there should be no exceptions when it comes to naming a bar. Unwarranted over-enthusiasm aside, this is an odd little place tucked in between the...

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Lemon Tree

This one got a refurb earlier in the year, and reports we've had aren't promising. Not one we go out of the way for, we'll have to try and get back and see what it's like now.

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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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The Essex Serpent

It's not the best area for pubs round here (Exhibit A: <A HREF="http://fancyapint.com/pubs/pub621.html" TARGET=_BLANK>The Punch & Judy </A>) though this one tries manfully to buck the trend. An average...

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Angel & Crown

This pub is quiet enough, considering its location. It does get busy later in the evening, but not bad early on. They do food in the bar and in the first floor restaurant which can also be hired as a function room. The beer is...

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Harp

Any tourist who dares wander just off the main stomping ground of Trafalgar Square will be very lucky indeed to find themselves pondering the choice of beers tantalising them in this small, handsome boozer. The walls are...

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The Cove

Currently being refurbished and unlikely to return as a pub.

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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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White Lion

Should you need a meeting up point close to Covent Garden tube, then this pub's as good as any other. It offers a good selection of real ales and also traditional pub grub at decent prices. Just like the other Nicholson's...

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Salisbury

The Salisbury is an ornate, well preserved gin palace, built at the height of Victorian extravagance. The interior is a wonder of etched glass, mirrors and mahogany. Coupled with some charming ornate art nouveau light fittings,...

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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 White Swan

It looks OK from the outside, a traditional pub (the Swan we seem to recall) that's been fitted out with stuff from the Irish theme pub parts bin. If you stay in there for more than a few minutes you'll realise just how fake it...

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Roundhouse

Located slap bang in the middle of town, the Roundhouse manages to serve a decent pint in the midst of the madness that is Covent Garden without leaving you feeling like it's the End of Days. For those of us not members of the...

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Sussex

This is another one done up by the Original Pub Co. Saying that, it hasn't changed much - its still full of obnoxious types who work in the area (and spill out onto the pavement once the weather gets better) and the...

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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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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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