We're coming up to the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens's birth and there's lots happening to celebrate. We thought we'd honour our city's Victorian bard by raising a glass - or six - in pubs with a Dickensian connection this Saturday (there were plenty we could have chosen from, but this collection made a relatively sensible route.)
Come do the crawl with us - and if you can't start at the Grapes, you can follow our progress on Twitter @Londonist.
3pm: The Grapes, 76 Narrow Street, Limehouse
Apparently this pub was the inspiration for Our Mutual Friend's Six Jolly Fellowship Porters
4.30pm: Artful Dodger, 47 Royal Mint Street E1
This doesn't need explaining, does it?
5.45pm: George Inn, 77 Borough High Street SE1
Gets a mention in Little Dorrit
6.45pm: Charles Dickens, 160 Union Street SE1
Of all the pubs named after Dickens in London, we're plumping for this in Dickensian Southwark
8.30pm: The Boot, 116 Cromer Street, Kings Cross
The pub features in Barnaby Rudge
10pm: Betsey Trotwood, 56 Farringdon Road EC1
The character of Betsey is David Copperfield's great aunt.
Bust of the man himself snapped by M@