170 Pubs and Bars found in or around Fleet Street

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Tipperary

The Tipperary is a quaint, narrow, old (it celebrated its 400th birthday a short while ago) pub, with a rather welcoming wood-panelled interior, impressive mirrors and a fine shamrock design mosaic floor. If you're interested...

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Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese

This pub is something of an institution on Fleet Street. In the heyday of the Street of Shame, you could regularly find the great and (occasionally) the good gathering here to do the business of Fleet Street. Sadly (for some)...

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El Vino

City wine bars can divide opinion amongst drinkers - either loved or hated, for us it can sometimes conjure up images of the Square Mile's tacky excesses. However, cast aside any of this, as El Vino in Fleet Street is the real...

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Serjeants

It's been refurbished, new review to come

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Ye Olde Cock Tavern

Following yet another a refit, Ye Olde Cock Tavern has moved away from the bland look of before and brought itself back into a more 'traditional' guise, with a mix of dark wood furniture. Don't be misled by the name of this pub...

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Slug & Lettuce (ex Hog's Head)

A Hogshead until mid-2008, this is a vast barn of a pub in a converted office building just off Fleet Street. It's often fairly full, but has a spacious feel which - unlike some Slug & Lettuces - makes for a reasonably...

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The Old Bank of England

The Old Bank of England is another of Fuller's fine banking hall conversions, there's a <a href="http://fancyapint.com/pubs/pub1461.html" target="_blank">sister pub</a> not too far away. Despite...

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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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The White Swan

Formerly the Mucky Duck, a remnant of old Fleet Street, this smart venue spreads over two levels. The 'pub' occupies the ground floor, and offers a wide range of regular beers including Lowenbrau, Red Stripe and San Miguel, as...

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Coach & Horses

Another lively pub in this area, it's a bit bright and brash compared to some of the seasoned veterans in the area, but nevertheless it's OK. A conventional range of beers with pretty decent Guinness, friendly service and a...

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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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Knights Templar

Popular J D Wetherspoon pub in Chancery Lane, next to the Law Society. This used to be the Union Bank and the main banking hall forms a very large, high-ceilinged, public bar that is choc-a-bloc at lunchtime with hungry lawyers...

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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 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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Witness Box

Another Fleet Street legend, where the law and the media used to meet. With the departure of the media, it's now been left in the hands of the local legals and office workers. Over the years it's had a makeover or two but it...

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Blue Anchor

Newly reopened after a fire, we looked hard but we couldn't honestly see anything outrageously different. Okay, the downstairs bar/restaurant is now called 'The Catch' - and the seafood is good (the fish and chips is worth a...

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