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1 Plough Place, Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1DE
For somewhere that takes everything it does so seriously, the Draft House is really rather a hoot. Beer drinkers can order third of a pint ‘samples’ at...
35 Whitefriars Street, London EC4Y 8BH
A beer lover’s haven in the City, the Hack & Hop is set in the old Fleet Street newspaper district (hence the name). Though the staff here are seriously...
194 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2LT
Dramatic flaming goblets mark the entrance to this imposing Grade I-listed building. Once the Law Courts branch of the Bank of England, the OBE has...
31-34 St Andrew Hill, London EC4V 5DE
In years gone by, this former mill churned out paper for the finest Fleet Street rags; now it churns out fresh food cooked from scratch, together with...
2-3 Creed Lane, London EC4V 5BR
Handily located just a stone’s throw from St Paul’s Cathedral, the Duke & Duchess is a revamped traditional City boozer with plenty going for it these...
99 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1DE
Journos from Punch magazine allegedly congregated in this tavern during the mid-19th century, & they’d probably be pleased to see this British bulldog...
66 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1HT
These days there are themed Irish pubs from Marbella to Shanghai, but it’s reckoned that the Tipperary (once known as the Boar’s Head) was the first outside...
174 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4EG
A giant copper monk presides over the entrance to the Black Friar, & looks out disapprovingly at the building works over the road. Fortunately, this...
145 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2BU
Stooping to pass through the black wooden doorway of this Fleet Street legend means following in the wake of drinkers & hungry folk who have made their...