Ye Old Mitre, Holborn - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
Mon - Until 23:00
Tues - Until 23:00
Weds - Until 23:00
Thurs - Until 23:00
Fri - 11:00 Until 23:00
Sat - CLOSED
Sun - CLOSED 22:30
CLOSED - Bank Holidays
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|Went here for a beer one friday evening, one of the oldest pubs in London I was told. Had a good drink, maybe 7-8 pints? Yeah, thats what I sayed.|
Got taking to a group of girls, one giving me the glad eye all night. Gets talking to her, one thing leads to another and I’ve only banged her in the gents! Proper opened up the boneyard on her.
What a racket! Nice pint of Broadside.
pissbehindthecupboard - 17 Feb 2016 17:21
|Why didn't anyone tell me about this before? An absolute gem of a proper pub. No juke box, fruit machines or telly (at least, not in the small bar) just 4 decent beers (Pride, Oliver's Island, Broadside and Darkstar Hophead) and a hand pulled cider. Propr oak paneling, scuffed benches, ceiling beams and hanging tankards. |
It's not trying to be a restaurant (not that I don't appreciate a decent gastropub)so the food is Basic Pub Snack, including the semi-legendary gala pie. The most exotic meal on offer is a Lamb and mint pasty.
And the gents is outside, where a proper pub gents ought to be.
Showing my age here, but seriously, I want to hug this pub and wrap in in polythene for posterity.
Royed - 13 Oct 2015 13:06
|Made sure I visited when in London last month as it supports Mild in May.Not disappointed.Three milds on when I visited from Batemans,Enville and Hoskins.Tried the Enville and Hoskins offerings,both most acceptable.Pretty unique for a London pub to have outside gents.|
oldandmild - 7 Jun 2015 05:09
|An unchanging gem hidden down a passage off Hatton Garden and within really easy range of both Farringdon and Chancery Lane stations. Always a good, changing range of well-kept beers. Ye Olde Mitre has retained the old fashioned pub approach to food for people having a few drinks – things like pork pies and scotch eggs. It is small and can get very busy at times, but equally you can find it pleasantly quiet. Oodles of character and a very long history.|
Antiquarian - 29 Apr 2015 10:53
|I think that this pub got new management a little while back - I overheard someone behind the bar telling a customer that they weren't planning to change anything. Good thing too. It's a curious place, but all the better for that. Real ale choice almost always good, and usually a hand pumped cider too. Food is snacks - toasties, scotch eggs, sausage (singular!) - sometimes called "English tapas".|
JBanana - 8 Apr 2015 15:35
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