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Pubs

Hatton Garden's long history can still be seen in a number of the nearby buildings and establishments, including the many historic pubs. If low beams and open fires aren't your thing, there are plenty of contemporary joints to check out
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The Sir Christopher Hatton
The Sir Christopher Hatton
The Sir Christopher Hatton is a traditional character of unique character. Revered for the eclectic range of real ales and quality pub food, served...
The Bleeding Heart Tavern
The Bleeding Heart Tavern
Sister pub to The Bleeding Heart Restaurant and The Bleeding Heart Bistro, the Tavern is the gastropub alternative for something more relaxed. Dating...
The One Tun Pub
The One Tun Pub
Mentioned by Charles Dickens in Oliver Twist under the alias The Three Cripples, the One Tun is one of Saffron Hills’ more historic pubs. A...
The Argyle
The Argyle
The Argyle serves real ale and great food, complete with relaxing roof terrace and an exclusive cellar bar ideal for private parties. Expect to find...
The Craft Beer Co
The Craft Beer Co
Boasting 21 keg lines, 16 cask pumps and over 200 bottles and cans, The Craft Beer Co on Leather Lane specialises in micro-brewed casks ales, small...
Ye Olde Mitre
Ye Olde Mitre
Hidden away through an alleyway in Ely Place, Ye Olde Mitre is a traditional 1547 pub serving real ales, craft beers and all the usuals. Reasonably...
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