71 Pubs and Bars found in or around Goodge Street (London Underground)

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Bourne & Holingsworth

This Fitzrovian basement bar opened to a veritable brouhaha back in early 2008, and since then it's built up a steady clientele. Don't come here if pints are your only joy, as the only thing awaiting you will be a tall glass of...

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Rising Sun

With it's impressive Victorian exterior, this easy-to-find place is a popular pub on Tottenham Court Road and a safer bet for a drink than some of the other pubs in the area. The interior is equally impressive and is probably...

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Marquis of Granby

I think if this were a school report it would read "could try harder". The beer was good - no issues there - but the staff were monosyllabic and interested only in their own conversation. Get the feeling that plenty...

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Bricklayer's Arms

Tucked away in a side street between Charlotte Street and Tottenham Court Road, this pleasant little Sam's pub isn't quite as frantic some in the area. The drink is what you'd expect of Mr. Sam Smith, the service is OK and...

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Nordic

Like the Scots, Nordic people know about having fun when the weather is against you. If you had a problem with cold, dark nights, you'd never leave the house past lunchtime. The way to survive a long, cold winter is largely to...

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Wheatsheaf

Back in the 1930s when beer was 6d a pint, George Orwell, Dylan Thomas and other assorted bohemians drank in the panelled room that makes up the main bar. These days, the beer has gone up in price and the pub always seems...

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