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Ubicado en el corazón mismo de la ciudad, muy cerca del Parlamento, este pub y "ale house" irradia historia. The Clarence es famoso por su imponente colección de ales. The Clarence lleva el nombre de William IV, quien fue el Duque de Clarence y más tarde se convirtió en rey de Inglaterra. Cuando sientan hambre, solo deberán pedir algún sabroso plato británico. Además, es posible alquilar este espacio para celebrar eventos especiales.
Catering mainly to the capital's male office goers, head to Halfway To Heaven for an after-work drink or two. Open all week, every night hosts a different entertainment set, with cabaret and karaoke being the most popular. The look of it is that of a quintessential British pub, leather couches, dark-wood furnishings and a lovely patio to complete the inviting ambiance. Its proximity to Trafalgar Square and reasonably-priced drink list can be credited to its success.
Named after one of London's most famous fictional sleuths, the Sherlock Holmes is an easy name to remember, and one of the best traditional English bars in the capital to grab a pint and a bite to eat. Serving a host of traditional English dishes at reasonable prices, food is available in the downstairs bar, or from the upstairs restaurant, which is designed as a replica of Sherlock Holmes' study. In fact, the place is packed with Sherlock Holmes memorabilia, so fans of Arthur Conan Doyle's wily detective will have hours of nostalgic fun.
If you like venues to be a little more unusual than the norm, and don't mind traipsing over gravestones to get your dinner, then Crypt Café is for you. Situated underneath St. Martins-in-the-Field just off Trafalgar Square, this spacious and unique café was a former crypt and burial ground of some famous people such as Nell Gwynn, the mistress of Charles II and also notorious highwayman, Jack Shepherd, captured and executed at the age of 22. The cafe is self service and is mostly filled with pensioners, but the food is good and reasonably priced.
Located in the comforting Haymarket Hotel, Brumus Bar and Restaurant is a colorful cozy eatery which looks like a garden. Customer satisfaction has always been a top priority here, which is a fact that is evident from the service you are sure to receive out here. The ambiance is excellent with high quality furniture. The food is tasty, and more importantly, healthy. The drinks selection includes champagne, pink champagne and red wines. Brumus offers both English and Continental breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can be rest assured that a visit to this restaurant will leave you with no regrets!
A quirky public house, Ship & Shovell is actually a pair pubs that stand face-to-face on Craven Passage and are connected by a secret passage underneath . The historic pubs trace their history back to the 1800s and offer ales from an equally old brewery called Hall and Woodhouse. The food menu is full of regional delights that draw inspiration from locally sourced produce and passing seasons. With delicious food, some of the best local brews and a warm, friendly ambiance, there's little left to be desired at Ship & Shovell's.