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The Holy Tavern, EC1

55 Britton Street
EC1
EC1M 5UQ

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Guy Hannay-Wilson left this review about The Jerusalem Tavern

Superb beers! Enjoyed a cracking pint of Mild and a half of Grapefruit beer. Great Dickensian surroundings....quirky and well recommended.

On 7th February 2008 - rating: 10
[User has posted 23 recommendations about 23 pubs]


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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Jerusalem Tavern

If you can get here outside the busy periods, you will find one of the great hidden gems of London. Full of character, with a number of cosy wooden alcoves, and a tiny raised area with three seats that resembles a pulpit. First class St Peters ales on draught. Absolutely top of the range.

On 16th January 2008 - rating: 9
[User has posted 7001 recommendations about 7001 pubs]


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john mcgraw left this review about The Jerusalem Tavern

A very old fashioned pub selling a range of St.Peter's beers dispensed by air pressure which is very strange for this part of the country.Like stepping back hundreds of years.10 mins from Farringdon station.Closed Sat & Sun.

On 6th February 2007 - rating: 8
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train man left this review about The Jerusalem Tavern

ps. I'm not a rep, but noticed that St Peter's Brewery sells mixed & presentation cases; might tick some boxes for those of us otherwise awkward to buy pressies for! www.stpetersbrewery.co.uk


30 November 2006
Woody, auldy worldy interior, tiny bar. St Peter's brewery beers. Nice. Went at 2pm yesterday and took a few minutes to be served, heard a couple of groups asking when their food would appear, but friendly enough and well worth a visit although I would avoid peak times as it must surely be uncomfortable when busy. Briefly featured in the beer episode of 'How London was built'.

On 30th November 2006 - no rating submitted
[User has posted 411 recommendations about 410 pubs]

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