This Covent Garden legend occupies the backstreets away from the tourists. Its courtyard setting is probably how it attracted such a rough-around-the-edges crowd in the nineteenth century, when it hosted ..
‘The French’ as its regulars call it, has been a buzzing part of the bohemian centre of London for decades. Dylan Thomas, Sylvia Plath, Lucian Freud and, er, Suggs have ..
Rotherhithe’s riverside beauty of a boozer claims to be the place from which the Mayflower set out to Southampton before sailing off to the Americas. If the old oak beams ..
A handbill at the door announces the history of this charming riverside inn (surely the best on this stretch in Hammersmith), featuring the comings and goings of Charles II and ..
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