City Pubs London

The pubs in the City are perfect for a cheeky after work drink or two, but with so many to choose from the best places to grab a pint can be hard to find. From Bank to St Pauls we've got the best of the best all in one place, so check out our list of the greatest tradtional and modern pubs that the city of London have to offer, from traditional London Bridge pubs to city boozers and classic city of London pubs. 

Three Cranes

6 user reviews 5

Three Cranes is a gorgeous traditional Victorian pub complete with two elegant dining rooms and a French-led wine list. Serving up a small, but perfectly formed menu of grill classics, you can expect daily-changing specials and exquisite cuts of the very best steaks and chops in the business.

The White Swan

134 user reviews 5

The White Swan is a popular City pub on Fetter Lane. With a downstairs pub area and a more formal dining area upstairs it offers a versatile space catering to whatever you're in the mood for. The bar stocks draught ales, cocktails and an extensive wine list, offering something for everyone. The dining room serves up traditional British pub food with modern twists in hearty portions. With special deals at lunch it's the perfect place for a break from work, book your table online now!


150 user reviews 4

The Tokenhouse is a modern City bar in Moorgate and offers a flexible, unpretentious space, perfect for lunch or drinks. This exciting Moorgate venue is a glittering example of Square Mile style, and ideal for intimate gatherings or large parties. The Tokenhouse is a modern place with a modern menu - seeking to serve up the very best of British cuisine. Book now.



253 user reviews 4

The Hydrant is the latest boozer to open in Monument with a penchant for pints of craft beer, contemporary cool interiors and that authentic British character that us pub goers cherish. With 15 draught lines, local ales and bottles to boot, The Hydrant serve up tasting sessions and mixology classes with their pints or cocktails. 

The Albion

180 user reviews 5

Found in the very centre of the city, just a few short strides away from St. Paul's, The Albion is a warm and relaxed pub for your after work needs. There's a good strong menu of classic pub feeds - we're talking fresh cod & chips, burgers and daily specials - and the pub is known for its extensive wine selection and award-winning real ales. It's also a great place to watch sport, with five plasma screens covering Sky Sports, ESPN and Premiere Sports.

Lamb Tavern

305 user reviews 5

Lamb Tavern is part of the very fabric of the city pub scene. A pillar of a public house since 1780, it's a magnificent three-storey boozer that overlooks the iconic Leadenhall Market. There's #ThirstAiders to take your order without the fuss of queuing at the bar and classic pub grub that goes nicely with the choice of Young's cask ales, wines and spirits.

Fox & Anchor

304 user reviews 4

Sitting pretty on Charterhouse Square is Fox & Anchor, a true cracker of a pub-cum-boutique-hotel popular with city workers and visitors to London alike. Grand mahogany, etched glass and heavy brass features characterise this Victorian boozer, with excellent and seasonal British food matched by an excellent range of cask ales and craft spirits. Fancy lingering into the night and saving the fare on a cab home? Don't blame you; there's 6 elegant boutique hotel rooms if you fancy an overnight stay.

Lady Abercorn sorts the city's workers out with a refreshing drink after a long day at the office. A classic English pub experience awaits here, as guests step back in time towards a venue decorated with oak panelled walls and crafted Victorian ceilings. Perfect for a drink after work, a resting spot while you wait for your train or watching live sport; there's plasma and 3D screens to bring you all the action.

Old Tom's Bar

55 user reviews 5

Nestled away in the heart of Leadenhall Market is Old Tom's, a secret and atmospheric bolthole for your after work drink needs. Topple down the stairs and find an old-fashioned hangout complete with wall tiles from the 19th century; the pub specialises in cheese and charcuterie boards as well as a drinks offering that features excellent craft beer, wine, gin and whiskey.


10 user reviews 4

A comfy stroll away from Monument, Cannon Street and Bank, The Vintry is a friendly Fuller's pub with a slick cocktail lounge hiding in the basement. Naturally perfect for a business meet or drinks after work, there's more than 170 wines from across the world as well as a decent selection of craft beer, lager and cask ales.

The Globe Moorgate

3 user reviews 5

This charming boozer oozes history, with one bar named after the poet John Keats, who was born in a stable that was where the pub is located. As well as offering a hearty selection of scrumptious pub grub, its cosy atmosphere and central location makes it a real winner.

The Hack & Hop

1 user review 5

Charming, cosy and offering a storming range of craft beer, the Hack & Hop serves up a vibe at odds with its frenetic city location. Come in and say hello, the friendly bar staff make it their duty to not only serve a cracking pint, but to educate their guests on craft beer by the same token. Food is definitely worth a shout too; there's a creative and seasonal menu constantly updated so no two meals are the same.

Windsor Fenchurch

2 user reviews 4

Windsor Fenchurch offers up among the cheapest drinks in London's financial district. Perched just around the corner from Fenchurch Street station, a vibrant after-work crowd descend on the lively DJ Pub to take advantage of the various deals that see four 'bombs' available for a tenner, 2 ciders for £7 and pints starting from less than £3! We know, unheard of! Good for watching the football and private functions too.