Temperance Billiard Hall, Fulham
The Temperance Billiard Hall, now a pub called The Temperance, is a Grade II listed building at 90 Fulham High Street, Fulham, London.It was built in 1910, and the architect was Norman Evans.It was bu...
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Covent Garden
0°07′22″W / 51.51197°N 0.1228°W / 51.51197; -0.1228Covent Garden (/ˈkɒvənt/) is a district in London on the eastern fringes of the West End, between Charing Cross Road and Dru...
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Pillars of Hercules (pub)
The Pillars of Hercules is a pub in Greek Street, Soho, London. Most of what exists now was built around 1910, but the pub dates back to 1733. Dickens referred to it in A Tale Of Two Cities, and the r...
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The Grapes
The Grapes is a Grade II listed public house backing onto the Thames waterfront, located at 76 Narrow Street, London E14 8BP (51°30′31.61″N 0°2′2.67″W / 51.5087806°N 0.0340750°W...
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Old Packhorse
The Old Packhorse is a Grade II listed public house at Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London.It was built about 1905 by the architect Nowell Parr, who was the Fuller's Brewery house architect.
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Yorkshire Stingo
The Yorkshire Stingo was a public house in Marylebone, London which was a significant landmark outside central London in the 18th and 19th centuries.Located on the south side of the Marylebone Road, i...
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The Lamb, Bloomsbury
The Lamb on Lamb's Conduit Street is a Grade II listed pub at 94 Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London.The Lamb was built in the 1720s and the pub and the street were named after William Lamb, who...
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Britannia, Richmond
The Britannia is a Grade II listed public house at 5 Brewers Lane, Richmond, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.It was built in the 18th century, and the architect is not known.
The George, Hammersmith
The George is a Grade II listed public house at 28 Hammersmith Broadway, Hammersmith, London.It was built in 1911, by the architects Nowell Parr and A E Kates.It is now a branch of the bar/restaurant ...
Callooh Callay Bar
0°04′41″W / 51.526°N 0.078°W / 51.526; -0.078Shoreditch is an inner city district in the historic East End of London and modern Central London within the London Borough of Hac...
The Pride of Spitalfields
The Pride of Spitalfields (formerly The Romford Arms) is a public house at 3 Heneage Street in Spitalfields in the East End of London, just off Brick Lane. It was associated with a Jack the Ripper sus...
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Bell Savage Inn
The Bell Savage Inn was a former public house in London, England, from the 15th century to 1873, originally located on the north side of what is now Ludgate Hill, in the City of London. It was a playh...
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The Bedford
0°09′09″W / 51.4434°N 0.1525°W / 51.4434; -0.1525Balham /ˈbæləm/ is a neighbourhood of South London, England, and is part of the London Borough of Wandsworth.
The settleme...
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Black Lion, Hammersmith
The Black Lion is a Grade II listed public house at South Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith, London.It dates from the late 18th century.
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Drayton Arms, Earls Court
The Drayton Arms is a Grade II listed public house at 153 Old Brompton Road, Earls Court, London.It was built in the late 19th century, and the architect is not known.
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Prince of Teck, Earls Court
The Prince of Teck is a Grade II listed public house at 161 Earls Court Road, Earls Court, London.It was constructed in 1868 for the Child family, by the builders Huggett and Hussey (Thomas Huggett an...
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Cromer Street
Cromer Street is a road in King's Cross in central London, England. It starts in the west at Judd Street, then goes east, ending at Gray's Inn Road. It gave access from Gray's Inn Road to Greenland ...
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The Old Bull and Bush
The Old Bull and Bush is a Grade II listed public house near Hampstead Heath in London which gave its name to the music hall song "Down at the old Bull and Bush" sung by Florrie Forde. The Old Bull an...
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The Shuckburgh Arms, Chelsea
The Shuckburgh Arms is a Grade II listed public house on the corner of Denyer Street and Milner Street, Chelsea, London.It was built in the mid-19th century, but the architect is not known.English Her...
The World's End, Camden
The World's End is a pub at 174 Camden High Street in Camden Town, London, England, just south of Camden Town tube station. It is a long established business, formerly known as Mother Red Cap or Mothe...
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Bricklayer’s Arms, Putney
The Bricklayer’s Arms, Waterman St, built in 1826 is the oldest pub in Putney, London. It has twice been CAMRA National Pub of the Year for the Greater London Region, in 2007 and 2009, and "South Wes...
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Southampton Street, London
Southampton Street is a street in central London, running north from the Strand to Covent Garden Market.There are restaurants in the street such as Bistro 1and Wagamama. There are also shopssuch as Th...
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De Hems
De Hems is a café, pub and oyster-house in the Chinatown area of London, England just off Shaftesbury Avenue. It made its name purveying oysters and now sells beers from the Low countries such as Gro...
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Devonshire Arms
The Devonshire Arms is a not uncommon name for an English pub, at time of writing, CAMRA's whatpub.com website lists 27 pubs called the Devonshire Arms. This article refers to one of them.The Hobgobli...
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Anchor Bankside
The Anchor Bankside is a pub in London on the South Bank of the Thames close to Southwark cathedral and London Bridge station. A tavern establishment (under various names) has been at the pub's locati...
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Princess Louise, Holborn
The Princess Louise is a public house situated on High Holborn, a street in central London. Built in 1872, it is best known for its well preserved 1891 Victorian interior, with wood panelling and a se...
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Boar's Head Inn
The Boar's Head Inn may refer to a number of former taverns in London, most famously a tavern in Eastcheap which is supposed to be the meeting place of Sir John Falstaff, Prince Hal and other characte...
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Black Prince, Bexley
The Black Prince is a hotel, former public house, and road junction in the London Borough of Bexley on the A2 between Bexley and Bexleyheath. The building today is a Holiday Inn. On contemporary traff...
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The Punch Bowl, Mayfair
The Punch Bowl, at 41 Farm Street, Mayfair, is a London public house, dating from circa 1750. It is listed as Grade II by English Heritage. It is a Georgian building and, although altered over the yea...
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