Every month, the folks at Fancyapint? get together to vote for their top ten favourite London pubs (nine this month, as the tenth is in Manchester). 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!
- The Blackfriar (Blackfriars, London)
An Arts and Crafts delight - and the beer's OK too.
- Princess Louise (Holborn, London)
High Victorian drama in a Sam Smith's pub.
- Cockpit (St. Paul's, London)
A back street boozer we're always happy to go back to.
- Royal Sovereign (Clapton, London)
One we're happy to report that has been rescued to become a proper, solid local.
- Carpenters Arms (Bethnal Green, London)
This one's become a steadfast favourite of ours.
- Duke of Wellington (Dalston, London)
This one goes up in our estimation on every visit.
- Constitution (Pimlico, London)
A handsome local boozer, with a split personality.
- Princess of Wales (Primrose Hill, London)
It seems changes are afoot here, but (for now) it's still a great pub.
- Tipperary (Fleet Street, London)
Four hundred years of character.
Image by Dermot Reeve in the Londonist Flickr pool.
Last Updated 04 September 2009