Thursday, 21 January 2016



020 7250 1300

15 Charterhouse Street

London, EC1M 6AA

Welcome to the Fox and Anchor, a beautifully renovated traditional pub in the heart of Clerkenwell, serving the 


020 7583 0227

2/3 New Bridge Street
City of London, London, EC4V 6AA
Friendliest pub in the City, best for live 3D sport


020 7248 4035

2-4 Queens Head Passage, Paternoster Square
City of London, London, EC4M 7DZ
A great spot to take a break from seeing the sights


020 7588 3311

12a Finsbury Square
Moorgate, London, EC2A 1AN
A modern British pub in the City of London. Popular for amazing food & private events.


020 7626 2454

10/12 Leadenhall Market
City of London, London, EC3V 1LR
A three storey City pub in beautiful Leadenhall Market



020 7283 5888

202 Bishopsgate, City Of London
London, England, EC2M 4NR
This world famous pub is a must visit in the City of London

Smithfield Pub Crawl


    London from being a 24-hour city. Alcohol licensing laws were relaxed in 2003, but finding a late-night drink still requires ingenuity. There is one part of city, however, that doesn't sleep: Smithfield. The neighborhood is home to a historic meat market, which operates in ornate Victorian halls weekdays from 4 a.m. to noon — and many of the local pubs and cafes open early to serve pints and hefty fry-ups to the market workers.
Start your evening at Ye Olde Mitre, an 18th-century pub in the jewelry district adjacent to Smithfield; then, head east through Ely Place to the market, on the way passing St Etheldreda's the oldest Catholic church in England. Taste the wines of southwestern France at theCellar Gascon bar and Comptoir Gascon restaurant; their posh sister, Club Gascon, has bagged a Michelin star for its exceptional cooking. The Fox and Anchor boasts the tastiest scotch eggs in the country — and keenly priced accommodations. Catch a nap in one of the designer rooms above the bar or go straight back out to dance off the calories at the so-hip-it-hurts nightclubFabric. You may want to refuel at Kurz & Lang, a tiny joint selling German bratwurst and beers; it's open until 11:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and never closes on Friday and Saturday.
Before daybreak, try The Hope for your early morning pint, and Ferrari's Snack Bar for an artery-clogging full English breakfast. Just what the doctor didn't order.
  • 1. Ye Olde Mitre
    1 Ely CourtLondonU.K. EC1N 6SJ44-(0)20-7405-4751
  • 2. St Etheldreda's Roman Catholic Church
    14 Ely PlaceLondonU.K. EC1N 6RY44-(0)20-7405-1061
  • 3. Cellar Gascon and Comptoir Gascon
    63 Charterhouse StreetLondonU.K. EC1M 6HJ44-(0)20-7608-0851 More Info
  • 4. Fox and Anchor
    115 Charterhouse StreetLondonU.K. EC1M 6AA44-(0)
  • 5. Fabric
    77A Charterhouse StreetLondonU.K. EC1M DHN44-(0)
  • 6. Kurz & Lang
    1 St. John StreetLondonU.K. EC1M 4AA44-(0)20-7993-2746
  • 7. The Hope
    94 Cowcross StreetLondonU.K.44-(0)20-7250-1442

Mabel's Tavern, London

  • Mabel's Tavern
  • Welcome to Mabels Tavern

Certificate of Excellence
Mabels Tavern is a traditional English pub with a variety of different ales but emphasis is placed on a varied food menu. The ales are highly regarded and have regularly won awards from CAMRA.
Nearby office workers make use of the pub at lunch times and early evenings creating a lively atmosphere.
Mabels Tavern is found just off the busy A51 Euston Road, between King's Cross St Pancras and Euston railway stations. University College London and Russell Square are nearby. Bloomsbury Theatre is just 10 minutes walk away.
Check out our Facebook page to find out which football matches we are showing.
A bit about Mabel...
Mabel's Tavern apparently takes its name from a local woman, Mabel Macinelly who was born in Dublin, Ireland. She married into the family who owned Hamilton House in Mabledon Place and became Mabel Hamilton.
Not much information is known about Mabel except that she owned a cat called Felix and she died in the 1970s. Since her death she has been known to revisit the pub and on one occasion she called the landlady's name repeatedly in the early hours of the morning. She has also been known to operate the dumb waiter that used to stand in the pub - this is a little eerie as the dumb waiter was ripped out of the pub several years ago. The occupants have heard it in operation in the early hours of the morning but when they investigated there was nothing to be seen.
It has also been said that Mabel had a grandaughter who has recently visited the Tavern when researching her family. If you know anything about Mabel and her life in Dublin or London we would be fascinated to hear from you.


Welcome to the Albion, located in the heart of the city, walking distance from St. Paul’s Cathedral, round the corner from Fleet Street & close to Blackfriars Bridge. A warm relaxed place to come and socialize, to eat, drink and enjoy yourself. Our menu here offers all the best quality and choice, complemented by an extensive wine selection and drinks list. We also offer a range of award winning real ales and continental lagers.
Scott & the Albion team would like to extend an invite to everyone. We have Sky Sports, ESPN & Premiere Sports. The Albion is the best place to relax & watch sport in the city of London. Watch on one of our five plasma screens carefully located so that wherever you sit you can catch all the action.
Unlike some pubs in the City of London we open on weekends, so drop by & say hello.