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The Blackfriar Pub
Andy Parsons
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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

This historic pub on the site of a medieval friary boasts a great selection of guest ales.

Built in 1875 on the site of a medieval Dominican friary, the Blackfriar had its interior completely remodelled in the Arts and Crafts style. Now a Nicholson’s, its bright panes, intricate friezes and carved slogans (‘Industry is Ale’, ‘Haste is Slow’) still make a work of art out of the main saloon, adjoined by a prosaic one linked by a marble-topped bar.

Outside, a large terrace faces traffic approaching Blackfriars Bridge, and a tick-box blackboard by the doorway gives notice of the considerable choice of guest ales – Sharp’s Doom Bar, Kelham Best, St Austell, Bateman Victory – that complements the tap Erdinger and Peroni. Wines are reasonably priced and interesting, while food runs from bar bites to Sunday roasts of beef topside.

Details

Address:
174 Queen Victoria Street
London
EC4V 4EG
Transport:
Tube: Blackfriars tube/rail or Mansion House tube
Price:
Free
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 10am-11pm, Sat 9am-11pm, Sun 12pm-10.30pm
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