317 Pubs and Bars found in or around Bloomsbury

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White Hart

The refurb a few years ago breathed new life into this one - nicely redesigned by the landlord's sister. We were unsure about it to begin with, but the management has stayed stable and kept standards up. Run by a family team,...

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The Swan

Thanks to its location this pub is popular with tourists, being handy for many of the Bloomsbury hotels. It's a T & J Bernard pub, so expect a good range of decent beers on the hand pumps, ordinary, but decent enough, pub...

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Freud

If this were a clichéd review, it would begin by saying Freud was a 'hidden gem', by virtue of nothing more than it's basement location. How hidden can it really be though, when it's continually busy and right in the...

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Friend at Hand

We remember this pub when it used to have it bit of a seafaring theme (the pub sign was of a lifeboat rescue) and the interior was done up to look like the inside of an capsized sailing ship (or at least that's how it appeared...

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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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Bricklayer's Arms

Tucked away in a side street between Charlotte Street and Tottenham Court Road, this pleasant little Sam's pub isn't quite as frantic some in the area. The drink is what you'd expect of Mr. Sam Smith, the service is OK and...

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London Pub

Located on the ground floor of perennial tourist favourite the Royal National Hotel, London Pub is quite possibly the most soulless experience you can have with a pint in your hand. London Pub (note, no definite article), has...

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Northumberland Arms

We know in property, the mantra's always 'location, location, location', and it seems like there are pubs that suffer from this malaise, too. While this pub could be an enjoyable oasis, its location at the busy junction of...

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Wheatsheaf

Back in the 1930s when beer was 6d a pint, George Orwell, Dylan Thomas and other assorted bohemians drank in the panelled room that makes up the main bar. These days, the beer has gone up in price and the pub always seems...

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