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111 London Pubs & Bars

That You Shouldn't Miss


When it comes to drinking, London is unrivaled. Scratch the surface and you’ll find a burgeoning craft beer movement, cocktails that are envelope-pushing and wine bars taking the pomp out of plonk. So where do you start? Start with the ones with the most heart. The ones with the story to tell. The ones that are so a part of London, we couldn’t imagine a city without them. In this collection of 111 bars and pubs in London you’ll find rooftops, basements, gardens, caves, breweries, distilleries and so much more. You’ll find places the locals couldn’t let die and venues so impressive, people have done their upmost to keep them under wraps. Picking up this book is the equivalent of stepping through the speakeasy door and marvelling at the cave of hidden, boozy wonders inside. Call it London’s best bar crawl yet.

111 London Pubs & Bars

That You Shouldn't Miss

Laura Richards

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Jamie Newson

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN: 978-3-7408-1590-5


£ 12.99
$ 20.00

Laura Richards

Laura Richards was born near Liverpool and grew up near Peterborough. She studied Spanish at univerity in Bristol and Zaragoza, Spain before moving to London to train as a journalist. She started out in the parenting sector before a drastic change of pace, writing about the bar, club and restaurant scene in London, most recently in her position as Digital Content Editor for Food & Drink at Time Out London. There she also acts as lead bar reviewer, visiting the latest launches to find scene-defining spots. Her search for the perfect piña colada continues.


Jamie Newson

Jamie Newson is a freelance photographer residing in the green hills of Surrey, where he currently studies. Having being used to the hustle of Essex where he grew up, he continues to take trips into the city where he works mostly, photographing new food and newer people. He hopes to be photographing his way round London for as long as possible.

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