'Historic Pub Crawls Through London' is a book devoted to 13 guided walks around London's iconic pubs and landmarks. This is a great route to explore small backstreets set back from the river at London Bridge.
Suggested start Chancery Lane Station WC1V 6DR
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Snuggled between the Shard and Borough market, we have great food, awesome beer, a lawn, two bars, a dog and the best playlists in the Bridge.
Grade II listed, typical London pub in the heart of The City. Gin Palace and Pie Shop. Party venue available for hire for any occasion.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese in Fleet Street has stood on the same spot for centuries. The historic pub had to be rebuilt after the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Situated on one of the most historical reaches of the Thames, the Anchor lays claim to fascinating, and somewhat gruesome historical associations.
With its high ceilings, large windows and an impressive sweeping staircase, the Barrowboy & Banker pub in London Bridge offers a grand welcome. There's no pretention here though - simply good food, great beer and a brilliantly friendly atmosphere.