190 Pubs and Bars found in or around St. Paul's

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26 Smithfield

Any traces of the New Market are now firmly gone - good. 26 Smithfield is now an uber-trendy bar with regular live music and a decent menu on offer. Last time we were in it was a little early and a bit quiet while that night's...

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Bishops Finger

An old favourite in Smithfield, this one has stayed pretty constant for the last few years. Located practically next to St Bartholomew's Hospital and St Bartholomew the Grand (one of the churches from Four Weddings 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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The Anthologist

A massive establishment just a stone's throw from the Guildhall in the City of London, this fairly new venue is part restaurant, part bar, with strict seating at lunchtimes, although there is some less formal space at the end...

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Golden Fleece

The name comes from the Hope Diamond purported to have been cut by local jewellers from a larger stone that hung in the Order of the Golden Fleece about the neck of Louis XIV and which was pinched during the revolution. The pub...

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The Hoop & Grapes

Just off Fleet Street, the Hoop and Grapes is a cosy nook amidst the corporate canyons. The landlord's kept up the standards set a while back, and we're glad to see it's still worth visiting. Although the interior is...

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