A famous haunt of journalists and barristers, and immortalised as ‘Pomeroys’ by Rumpole of the Bailey, our Fleet Street wine bar and shop has a colourful history and guarantees a warm welcome.
The Fleet Street bar, our flagship, was in fact converted from a hall of mirrors, and we maintain to this day that spending too long in there may cause you to start seeing double…!.
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Editor's Tap is perfect for enjoying a leisurely drink, great range of Craft beer on offer along with our great Cocktail menu. Food is served daily!
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The Tipperary is a Grade II listed public house at 66 Fleet Street, Holborn, London. It was built in about 1667, but has been altered since.