35 Pubs and Bars found in or around St. Katharine's pier (Thames Boat Service)

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Pommeller's Rest

The Pommeller's Rest is a huge barn of a place selling the usual Wetherspoon fare. There's a selection of very well kept ales (apparently the manager's keen on keeping quality good), cheap food, games machines etc etc to keep...

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Liberty Bounds

Another Edwardian commercial property gets converted into a Wetherspoon pub, hardly a newsworthy item nowadays, an almost everyday occurrence in the City it sometimes seems. As ever, there's the range of well-priced well kept,...

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The Minories

Largish pub catering to local City workers that hasn't really changed in years. It comes into its own on Thursdays and Fridays when a "party atmosphere" descends. Cheesy as hell, often with a DJ (who probably does...

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Artful Dodger

The Artful Dodger is a handsome, colourful Victorian building, with some internal features also remaining in a rather dingy setting. It's very much a locals' pub, but not unfriendly and it seems to do the job very well (well...

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King's Arms

We've managed to miss this one for a while, but managed to pop in recently. Everyone was outside on the pavement enjoying the sunshine, so the interior was deserted. It was probably just as well as all the tables were set for...

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Hung, Drawn & Quartered

'I went to see Major General Harrison. Hung drawn and quartered. He was looking as cheerful as any man could in that condition'. So wrote Pepys on 13 October 1660 having witnessed the unfortunate fellow's execution at Charing...

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