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Just off Fleet Street, ancestral home of the UK's newspapers, The Harrow is a centuries-old pub in Blackfriars where fine food, wine and beers hit the headlines. Following renovation in 2017, there’s fabulous formal dining upstairs - with sumptuous steaks hot off the grill.


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Justin Gillett

4 months ago

Lovely little pub, but can get a bit crowded (especially when its raining). One of our go-to places for an after work tipple. Wine a little higher priced than I'd expect for this type of pub (even given the area and current market). Bar staff are nice, drinks selection and food are adequate. Overall I enjoy it because its not pretentious. Fireplace is lovely when it's cold out.

Louise Farley

1 year ago

My fave after work pub!! The owner is lovely and the rest of the staff are great. The snacks are primo (sausage rolls 😋) and the whole place is just lovely. Even the toilets are nice (what London pub has that?!)

Andy Snowdon

1 year ago

One of my favourite pubs in London. I go there regularly when I stay at my brothers house near there. Me & my dog Otik love to sit outside and watch people rushing past. Lovely beer there!!

David Simkins

2 years ago

This Grade II listed pub is located just south of Fleet Street; it’s main entrance on Whitefriars Street and its rear on Primrose Hill. Built in the early 18th century, it was originally two houses. Having been closed for some time, it was leased from Fullers and reopened in November 2021. Following a further COVID-19 lockdown in December, these are still early days for the new tenants but Linda, the Peruvian Manager, is working hard to restore its fortunes. A friendly welcome and nice environment. Recommended.

Dai Tree

2 years ago

Wonderful to see The Harrow open once again. Tucked away just to the south of Fleet street. A pub with charm and character in abundance. A delightful lady at the helm of this ship, sure to sail a true path. Great beer and a compact, simple but enticing menu. There is a "snug" named after Fleet street journalist Vincent Mulchrone. A fine tribute to the days when Fleet street passed news to the world. An excellent place to pop into for a beer and a chat with friends.

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