Fancy a Pint? Try One of These Top 10 Pubs

By tikichris Last edited 108 months ago
Fancy a Pint? Try One of These Top 10 Pubs
Ye Olde Mitre Tavern

Every month, the folks at Fancyapint? get together to vote for their top ten favourite pubs. These are recently visited pubs that for one reason or another (the ambience, the booze, the company) stuck in their collective memory. Kindly, these booze-savvy Fancyapinters have decided to share their latest picks with Londonist and all our readers. Cheers!

Here’s the current list from Fancyapint? in no particular order of merit. They assure us that all ten pubs are quality establishments.

- Princess Louise4P_sl.jpg (Holborn, London)
Flying in the face of fashion - Victorian values reborn.

- The Royal Oak5P_sl.jpg (Borough, London)
Great beer, great food, great atmopshere.- The Charles Dickens3P_sl.jpg (Southwark, London)
The great man himself would have felt quite at home here.- Ye Olde Mitre Tavern5P_sl.jpg (Farringdon, London)
We never tire of this old pub.- Earl of Lonsdale3P_sl.jpg (Notting Hill, London)
A cynical tourist ploy, or a genuine attempt to create a good pub atmosphere? You decide.- John Snow3P_sl.jpg (Soho, London)
No, no, not the newsreader - drop in for a pint, a bit of history and join the society.- Blue Posts3P_sl.jpg (Soho, London)
A lively pub, that's just like it used to be around here.- Chesham Arms4P_sl.jpg (Hackney, London)
Hidden away in darkest Hackney, a jolly, decent pub.- Princess of Wales4P_sl.jpg (Primrose Hill, London)
Thankfully missed in the trendification of Primrose Hill and definitely the better for it.- Little Driver3P_sl.jpg (Bow, London)
An East End boozer revised.Photography by chichard41 via the Londonist Flickr pool.

Last Updated 10 July 2008