Holborn starts at the western boundaries of the historic City of London, and its central location makes it a popular place to work. But that also makes it a great place to play. Holborn restaurants serve a range of international cuisine, from Korean to North American. The bars and pubs in Holborn comprise some of London's most historic hostelries as well as cutting-edge drinking spots. The shops in Holborn tend to be independent places that specialise in unusual stock. Where else can you buy an umbrella with a hickory crook when it unexpectedly rains on your way to the office?
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Eating and drinking in Holborn
The restaurants in Holborn offer outstanding food with a side of adventure. Take in some burgers, milkshakes and bowling at All Star Lanes, or enjoy afternoon tea at Bea's of Bloomsbury. Read the Time Out guide to Holborn restaurants and cafés to find the right one for you.
Holborn bars and pubs
If you fancy a pint after work or simply want a drink in central London, Holborn is a superb place to go. Try the Princess Louise to get a sense of what it was like to drink in Victorian times. If you'd rather be surrounded by pearls when you have a drink, head to Pearl Bar. Read on to find even more great places to have a drink.Think we've missed a great drinking spot in Holborn? Let us know in the comment box below.
What's on in Holborn this week
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