106 Pubs and Bars found in or around Young Vic Theatre London

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Chopper Lump

Part of the Davy's winebar chain, this is a wine bar first and foremost, but they do have beer in bottles for those who aren't appreciative of the grape. There's only one ale, Whitstable Bay, in 500ml bottles which gets poured...

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Red Lion

The Red Lion is a fine old oak panelled pub hidden behind Carnaby Street. Despite a small frontage, it's deceptively large with three bars in total, including one upstairs. Our personal preference is for the tiny front bar...

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Mason's Arms

The Mason's Arms is hard to miss - it's a glorious Tudorbethan facade, resplendent with hanging baskets in an otherwise nondescript terrace on a side street in Mayfair. Yet despite its visual prominence, the shoppers and...

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The Social

The Social has been doing the business for ten years now, and the owners, the Heavenly record company, must be pleased that London still loves their mix of food, music and drinking. They claim to have successfully launched over...

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Windmill

There are a one or two pubs in the West End that aren't the usual tourist traps, theme pubs or restaurants in disguise you get in these parts - they're just good, honest pubs that would be a delight for any discerning pubgoer...

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John Snow

Rather than celebrating the life of the newsreader (Jon) famed for his garish ties, this Victorian pub in the heart of Soho is named after the doctor who established that cholera was a waterborne disease - and nothing to do...

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White Horse

Given the location, it should come as no surprise that the White Horse tends to be crowded with people from nearby offices, which means of course, primarily people from the agencies, production companies and facilities houses,...

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Star & Garter

This is a jolly decent little boozer that's ideal for a quick drink or a longer session (space permitting). Sporting not much more than a jukebox and a small TV, the pub has a great deal more character than many of the more...

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Blue Posts

A decent enough West End pub that caters for after work drinkers and tourists who've taken a wrong turning for Hamley's or Carnaby Street. Like many pubs in the area, it can get pretty heaving towards the end of the week so you...

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The George

Formerly known as the Gluepot, the George was once the favourite watering hole of the BBC Orchestra when Henry Wood was its conductor, and the Queens Hall (now the St. George's Hotel) was still in existence. We have, though,...

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All Bar One (Regent Street)

Same standard A.B.O. fare, blah blah blah. A zero-inspiration 'boozer-in-a-box' product to be brought to market and exploited until death. However given the location of this pub, it is actually rather good. Top of Regent Street...

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