City Tup, Bank
our final review
posted by FAP on 28/01/2006
This pub makes a better stab at the board room / gentleman's club atmosphere than others in the area. It has a reassuringly (for the conservative amongst you) olde worlde corporate wood panelled interior, which along with the sober-suited clientele creates a rather more mature atmosphere than the City Wide-boy Fine LineAll Bar OneHeeltap and Bumper bars that have sprung up in the City of late. To reinforce this jeans are specifically banned - dressing down here stops at an open-neck shirt and slacks. Although you can go in for an (average) pint, the emphasis here is on City wining and dining.
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Leave Bank station by a Cheapside (Poultry) exit (there are loads of exits) and walk up the road a short distance , take 3rd right up Old Jewry, just before the traffic lights walk to the end and you'll see it on the corner with Gresham Street on your left. From St. Paul's, walk down Cheapside past the traffic lights, turn left up Old Jewry and it's as above. From Moorgate, head down Moorgate towards Bank, turn right at the lights at the junction with Gresham Street and you'll see it a short way up on your left.