133 Pubs and Bars found in or around Blackfriars

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The Albion (ex O'Neill's)

This pub was, until recently, an identikit O'Neill's just by Ludgate Circus. Young's certainly don't hang about - the place was closed down and refurbished (minus live sport) to within an inch of its life, all in the blink of...

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Cos Bar (ex-Goose at the Castle)

Farewell Goose at the Castle, hello Cos Bar. Out goes the Goose's usual bland take on decor and in comes a refit that's gone a bundle on zebra and leopard prints. Tons of lager choices at the bar and plenty of plasma screens...

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Rose & Crown

The Rose and Crown is a lovely, well-kept old boozer frequented by locals, workers from the offices from roundabout and a few sporty types from the sports ground just across the way. It effuses a local and homely atmosphere...

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King & Keys

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by pubdog on 24/11/2006</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_3.png' alt='last rating: 3 pints' title='last rating: 3...

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Prince Albert

Don't be fooled by the 1960s building whose bottom floor this pub occupies. This boozer is an oasis in an otherwise drab part of London between Blackfriars and Waterloo. Our visit took place on a Friday lunchtime, the pub being...

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Crown & Sugar Loaf

A little history first - the Punch Tavern on Fleet Street was originally called The Crown & Sugarloaf but was renamed in honour of the founders of Punch magazine who met here. Back in the 1990s The Punch was relaunched but...

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The Old Bell

The Old Bell is one of the legendary Fleet Street pubs when this area was well and truly the street of shame. Sadly, those days are long gone and so have the marathon drinking sessions - printer and pundit alike. When you go...

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Mc Govern's

pubdog 17/11/2001 - previously rated: 3pints.This pub has been doing the Irish thing for years and seems to be happy with its lot. A decent pint of Guinness (obviously) and a conventional range of other liquid refreshment are...

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