275 Pubs and Bars found in or around Temple

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The Seven Stars

The Seven Stars is an ancient, tiny pub that's a great place for a pint when it's not packed - to do this you need to avoid lunch times and early evenings - or during the summer recess. It's a charming and olde worlde pub and...

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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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Coal Hole

Probably the most famous pub in the area, the Coal Hole is pretty much unchanged over the years, although it has had its ups and downs. Built in a corner of the Savoy Hotel complex, the pub has a medieval (circa 1904) style...

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B@1 (Be At One)

It's all about the cocktails at B@1 (Be At One for those who don't like txt spk), with around 170 crammed onto the menu we were handed upon reaching the bar at the Covent Garden branch of this mini-chain. With a happy hour...

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Ye Olde White Horse

Situated in the heart of London's legal world and a stone's throw away from the London School of Economics, Ye Olde White Horse used to be famous for the 'no students' sign that limited its clientele down to a few punters....

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Hops!

The overuse of exclamation marks is a common failing in modern English usage and there should be no exceptions when it comes to naming a bar. Unwarranted over-enthusiasm aside, this is an odd little place tucked in between the...

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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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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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