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. Once again, they're mostly in the north of the City, so tall 'em about your fave pints south of the river.
King Charles I (King's Cross)
A rather compact pub, that manages to pack a lot in.
- SimmonS (King's Cross)
Cafe by day, rather eccentric bar by night, we like it.
- Slaughtered Lamb (Clerkenwell)
Good beer, good music, it's no surprise this place is very popular.
- Yorkshire Grey (Fitzrovia)
)A handy pub for the footsore and weary of Oxford Street.
- Ship (Fitzrovia)
Another one of our favourite quirky little pubs.
- Ye Olde Mitre Tavern (Farringdon)
It's a pity this one's closed at weekends - we'd spend even more time here.
- The Grapes (Limehouse)
We make no apologies for the almost constant inclusion of this pub in our top ten.
- Princess Louise (Holborn)
London's most handsome pub interior perhaps, definitely one to seek out.
- Town of Ramsgate (Wapping)
A historic little pub, that's a cracking local.
- King's Arms (Waterloo)
We love the location, which makes it a pity this pub is sometimes too busy for comfort.
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Last Updated 02 July 2010