Jamaica Wine House, Bank

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Located in the myriad courtyards and alleyways off Cornhill, this venerable City watering hole came under the ownership a few years back of the people who brought you Tup pubs. But fear not, over 300 years of atmosphere weren't traded in for stripped pine and Jamiroquai CDs. Always a popular pub, this one is often full to bursting, particularly as now the downstairs is a separate lunchtime dining space, cramming all the evening drinkers into the bar upstairs. That bar still retains an old-fashioned feel, with nooks and crannies aiming to satisfy the most furtive of drinkers (though they have to turn up early to guarantee a seat). It's a popular pub then and one that can fill up quickly, usually for the duration. Quaint touches include a self-service, coin-operated humidor, but this setting surely deserves a real butler for this. A five pint setting then, but still only a three pint pub.
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22 Dec 2009
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Excellent interior, good service and the beer is well looked after.

Will be visiting again to settle in for an evening.

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St Michaels Alley, Bank, London, EC3V 9DS
020 7929 6972
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