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Recent Fluid reviews for bars & restaurants in London

The Bailey Angel & Islington (Map)

“The Bailey, situated on Holloway Road between Highbury and Islington tube and Holloway Road tube, is a relaxed establishment, with locals, after-work drinkers, students and trendies mixing freely from...” More
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer

The Bailey
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The Tottenham, Soho (Bar)
“Right opposite the entrance to Tottenham Court Road tube station on Oxford Street, the apptly named Tottenham is a perfect place to meet up with mates before moving on to somewhere else. The Tottenham...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 17 Jan 03}

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The Coopers Arms, Chelsea (Bar)
“Occupying a quiet corner site in Chelsea's affluent back streets, this civilised Victorian pub is part of Charles Gotto's small gastro-pub empire, which includes the Ship and the Alma in Wandsworth (see...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 16 Jan 03}

Hop Poles, Hammersmith (Bar)
“The Hop Poles is pretty much the best place in Hammersmith to watch the footie as there's a big screen and loads of smaller telly's spread around the spacious pub. The only bar that could maybe rival...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 14 Jan 03}

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The Blue Anchor, Hammersmith (Bar)
“The Blue Anchor is a more traditional pub than it's next door rival The Rutland. Situated on the river, with a great view of Hammersmith Bridge, it's a perfect location for the closing stages of the 'boat...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 14 Jan 03}

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The Rutland, Hammersmith (Bar)
“Sharing the riverside pavement with The Blue Anchor, The Rutland edges it's neighbour on the size front. With more seating inside and a larger bar, this is generally the slightly more popular of the two,...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 14 Jan 03}

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The Crown, West End (Bar)
“A pub in the traditoinal sense. On the roundabout of the 'seven dials' The Crown often caters for those thespians that tred the boards of the local theatres in this neck of West London. Rather small...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 10 Jan 03}

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93 Feet East, Brick Lane (Bar / Club)
“93 Feet East, located on the infamous Brick Lane, is a bar come club with three rooms and outside seating. Offering some of the best music nights in East London, this bar is well worth a visit. Plenty...”
Hannah Longbottom, Fluid London reviewer 12 Dec 02}

The Slug & Lettuce, Angel & Islington (Bar)
“Normally, I like the Slug and Lettuce as a chain. Food's pretty good, clientele is fairly non-offensive, staff are efficient and the venue is tidy. Not the Islington Slug. I broke a promise to myself...”
Duncan Welch, Fluid London reviewer 10 Dec 02}

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The Hereford Arms, Kensington (Bar)
“Almost a countryside feel to The Hereford, with benches on the outside and a low doorway leading into the low lit pub. Nearly always busy, but with ample seating there's often somewhere you can find to...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 08 Dec 02}

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The Zetland Arms, Kensington (Bar)
“Standard pub in the Kensington area. Nothing special or out of the ordinary with The Zetland other than exactly that. In an area where most venues try to cater for the local affluence this pub stays...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 02 Dec 02}

The Lord Raglan, City of London (Bar)
“Quaint and a sure-fire hit with the tourist brigade, the Lord Raglan is a grand old pub right in the heart of the City. Like the way pubs used to be, it’s dark, smoky but cosy with it. None of your...”
Declan McVeigh, Fluid London reviewer 29 Nov 02}

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The Drayton Arms, Kensington (Bar)
“The Drayton Arms, on the Old Brompton Road, in between Earls Court and Gloucester road tube stations and five minutes from the Fulham Road, is a slightly up beat version of the now ubiquitous gastro pub....”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 28 Nov 02}

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Ozer, Marylebone (Bar / Restaurant)
“Middle East meets West in this effortlessly cool, yet warm and welcoming bar and restaurant. Ozer oozes charm and sophistication while still being cosy, relaxed and unpretentious. Rich red walls, and ruby...”
Lyndsey Steven, Fluid London reviewer 28 Nov 02}

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The Argyll Arms, Soho (Bar)
“Located just off Oxford Street, this pub is usually full of tourists so is a great place to try out those chat up lines you're just too embarassed to use on english speakers. With satellite on offer,...”
Paul Caffell, Fluid London reviewer 20 Nov 02}

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The Rhythm Factory, Whitechapel & Wapping (Bar / Club)
“Off the beaten track running from Old Street down Brick Lane, The Rhythm Factory is a joint weekday after-work or after-school place to relax, and a weekend club experience. It is a short walk from Aldgate...”
Magnus Franklin, Fluid London reviewer 20 Nov 02}

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