Fancy A Pint: Ten Top Pubs For Monday

By Londonist Last edited 103 months ago
Fancy A Pint: Ten Top Pubs For Monday

Only back at work one day and ready to hit the pub? Our friends at Fancyapint share their monthly top ten favourite pubs visited in the last month. Do you beg to differ? Do tell.

- The Old Brewery3P_sl.jpg (Greenwich)
A most welcome addition to a World Heritage site.

- Cittie of Yorke4P_sl.jpg (Holborn)
Famous for its impressive interior - and cheap beer.

- Betsey Trotwood4P_sl.jpg (Clerkenwell)
A splendid mix of Shepherd Neame ales, comedy evenings and folk festivals.

- Prince Arthur4P_sl.jpg (Hackney)
Good beer and good food in London Fields.

- Sekforde Arms4P_sl.jpg (Clerkenwell)
A proper local, in trendy old Clerkenwell.

- Jolly Butchers4P_sl.jpg (Stoke Newington)
A rough old pub that's been impressively smartened up.

- Viaduct Tavern3P_sl.jpg (Smithfield)
Fullers Ale's, jail cells and a ghost!

- The Grapes5P_sl.jpg (Limehouse)
A regular in our top ten, we just can't stay away.

- Duke (of York)4P_sl.jpg (Gray's Inn Road)
A handsome exterior and striking interior - with good food and good ale to boot.

- Cockpit4P_sl.jpg (St. Paul's)
A proper local in a popular tourist spot. Excellent for watching the footy too.

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Last Updated 07 June 2010