Best Pubs and Clubs in Central London (WC1 and WC2)
The west part of Central London (WC1 and WC2) is known as the West End and it is famous for its diverse and amazing attractions. However, London is not appreciated only for the cultural attractions. After you visit the museums and galleries, after you take a walk through the beautiful gardens and squares or before you go to a film or theater play, you can enjoy refreshment and some quality time in one of West End’s pubs, bars or clubs.
These are some of our recommendations for you:
The Marquess of Anglesey Pub, WC2E 7AU
The Marquess of Anglesey Pub is located near Covent Garden, an area known for the multitude of shops, a paradise for the tourists and especially for women. The pub is therefore the perfect place to unwind after a shopping day. You will feel that this is the right choice after the first moments spent inside. The Marquess of Anglesey is a classic British pub that offers cask ales.
Queens Larder Restaurant & Pub WC1N 3AR
If you find yourself in Bloomsbury, you can take a little time off in a warm and very personal location, which is Queens Larder Restaurant & Pub. Its history is just as interesting as its menu. First of all, the pub takes its name from the wife of King George III, Queen Charlotte. The king received treatment for his apparent insanity in a house very close to the current location of the pub. Regarding the menu, Queens Larder offers you numerous choices, from light bites and salads to main meals.
The Lobby Bar at One Aldwych Hotel, WC2B 4BZ
The Lobby Bar at One Aldwych is a sophisticated bar, located in Covent Garden. It is one of the five-star bars in London, accredited as “probably the most beautiful hotel lobby bar in London” by London Evening Standard and one of the places where you can order fresh and inventive cocktails, champagnes, wines and beers for all tastes.
Gordon’s Wine Bar, WC2N 6NE
Gordon’s Wine Bar is definitely the perfect choice for antiques lovers. Tourists will probably have an amazing time here and will leave with the atmosphere of old London in their hearts. The bar is thought to be the oldest wine bar in London. The interior has old wooden walls and instead of wallpaper you will find historical newspaper cuttings. Another amazing thing about this pub is that its décor has never changed so it looks just like the first day in its present form, which was in 1890, just right after Rudyard Kipling lived in the building.
The Perseverance Pub, WC1N 3NB
The Perseverance is a traditional British Pub near Russell Square. It is one of Central London’s preferred locations when it comes to big sporting matches. Also, in the summer, the pub opens a terrace with benches and umbrellas. The menu is based on homemade dishes at reasonable prices.
247 Airport Transfer can help you with a transfer from all London’s airports to West End. The prices vary from £35 from London City Airport to £58 from Gatwick Airport.
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