Pubs & bars within 20 miles of Embankment Underground Station

London Underground Embankment
Villiers St, WC2N 6NS
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  • Gordon’s Wine Bar is thought to be the oldest wine bar in London having been established in 1890. The bar is very much a family affair, owned by Wendy Gordon who is the wife of the late much loved Luis Gordon, and now overseen by Luis’ eldest son Simon.

  • The newly refurbished Tattershall Castle is a unique floating bar on the River Thames. She has various rooms each with its own individual character that adds to the overall charm of our famous home on the river.

  • The Ship & Shovell is the only London pub in two halves, situated on either side of Craven Passage linked only by a tunnel which also contains the kitchen and cellar.

  • Superbly located just off Villiers Street between Charing Cross and Embankment, we are a little gem of a real pub in the heart of London.

  • Inside you’ll find Victorian grandeur combined with elegant, first class contemporary comfort which sets The Royal Horseguards Hotel apart as one of the finest hotels near Westminister, houses of Parliament.

  • All Bar One Villiers Street is a stylish city bar where you can catch up with friends, unwind after work or simply find a sophisticated space to indulge in an excellent selection of food and drink.

  • Before Charing Cross Station was built, there was a village named Charing. People met there to drink on their travels. Not much has changed then.

  • Tucked away down a little alley, Retro Bar is one of gay London’s secret gems – a small, mixed indie bar, where eccentrics are welcomed.

  • Welcome to Halfway To Heaven – a great, lively, friendly venue for the LGBT community of London. We are situated between Charing Cross Station and Trafalgar Square.

  • Welcome to the world of the renowned explorer, Phileas J. Fogg, Esq. Inspired by Jules Verne’s novel Around the World in 80 Days, Mr Fogg’s is a collection of truly unique, adventurous and immersive bars transporting you back to the Victorian era.

  • Nell Gwynne in Westminster has aircon. The pub gives a warm welcome to dogs and their owners, it is a family friendly pub. Nell Gwynne serves real ale. The pub has a real fire, it has a smoking area. Nell Gwynne has free WiFi. The pub has a dart board, it shows football on TV. Nell Gwynne has Sky Sports. The pub is a member of Cask Marque.

  • A short wander down on Whitehall from Trafalgar Square brings you to the very heart of London; The Clarence. An elegant and indeed damn fine traditional British pub with a historic charm.

  • The Old Shades is an iconic Grade II listed traditional pub that has been serving the people of London since it was originally built in 1898. Ideally situated in the heart of Westminster, just off Trafalgar Square, The Old Shades is a favourite amongst lo

  • The Silver Cross is a large English pub situated in the heart of London just a few steps down from Trafalgar Square along Whitehall. Half of the pub was once a Pizzaland Restaurant before it was knocked through and made into The T&J Bernard concept.

  • A 1995 Wetherspoon bank conversion, formerly the premises of bankers Messrs Cocks Biddulph & Co (later to be absorbed by Martins Bank and finally Barclays Bank), the building was designed by Richard Coad and built 1870-73.

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  • The romantic jet-black and gold Beaufort Bar at the Savoy in London is as notorious as it is beautiful.

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