While there's no shortage of exciting stuff to do in the capital, sometimes it's nice to just settle down for a cracking pint in a cracking boozer. So here are 50 of the best places to do just that, as chosen by the folks at the Evening Standard: https://uylo.co/50BestLondonPubs
Crosse Keys in City of London has disabled facilities. The pub is a family friendly pub, it serves food. Crosse Keys serves real ale. The pub has free WiFi, it is a member of Cask Marque.
Camden's town original small music venue. Its stage has been graced by everyone from Madness, Amy Winehouse, Coldplay, Blur , The Killers, Artic Monkeys, Travis, The Darkness to name but a few. Live music nightly
Hidden away on the leafy avenue of Perth Road, tucked behind Finsbury Park, you'll find this charming, well loved Irish pub.
Grapes in Tower Hamlets serves food. The pub has an outside area, it serves real ale. Grapes has a real fire. The pub is a member of Cask Marque.
Fantastic Dickens Riverside Pub