In Pictures: London's Most Beautiful Pub Doors

By Londonist Staff Last edited 6 months ago
In Pictures: London's Most Beautiful Pub Doors

Some of London's pub doors are so beautiful, it's difficult to walk past them. Here's a selection of our favourite doorways to drinkies, portals to pints.

The Olde Wine Shades, Martin Lane
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Bishops Finger, Smithfield
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The Flask, Highgate
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The Black Friar, Queen Victoria Street
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Ye Olde Mitre Tavern, Ely Court
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The George Inn, London Bridge
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The Salisbury, Covent Garden
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The White Swan, Twickenham
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The Albert in Victoria.
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The Shipwright Arms, London Bridge
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Nice pub garden back door
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Great Northern Railway Tavern, Hornsey
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The Globe Tavern, Southwark
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The Coal Hole
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Yorkshire Grey, Fitzrovia
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Spaniards Inn, Hampstead
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The Old Red Lion, Kennington
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The Old Red Lion, Kennington
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The Black Friar, Blackfriars
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The Anchor, Southwark
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Prospect of Whitby, Wapping
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Hand and Shears, Smithfield
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Mitre Tavern, Farringdon
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Ye Olde Watling, City
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The Jerusalem Tavern, Clerkenwell
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Last Updated 28 March 2017