The Dickens Inn is an original warehouse building near Tower Bridge, Tower of London and the Shard. As an original warehouse building, it's thought to have housed tea or to have been owned by a local brewery. It certainly existed at the turn of the 18th century and may well have been born in the 1700's. During the early years as a pub "The Tavern Bar" used to feature sawdust strewn floors and no bottled or canned beer was stocked. Diners also enjoyed candlelit meals on the balconies; this practice has been phased out due to modern fire safety regulations!
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Happening from 13/02/2018 to 14/03/2018 [Expired]
Champions League football is back! And it's Battle of the Brits as all 5 English teams head into the Round of 16!
For a full list of fixtures visit: http://blog.useyourlocal.com/2018/02/champions-league-round-of-16/
Please contact us to find out which games we will be showing.
Happening from 26/01/2018 to 28/01/2018 [Expired]
Friday night sees the 4th round of the FA Cup kick-off an action packed weekend of football with 6 televised games across 3 days. And with two thirds of the ties featuring lower league teams, there's plenty of potential for a giant-killing!
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