The Harp, Covent Garden - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
- Wireless internet access
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Marquis, Covent Garden (0.0 miles), Lemon Tree, Covent Garden (0.0 miles), Pitcher and Piano, Strand (0.0 miles), Chandos, Trafalgar Square (0.0 miles), Bok Bar, Covent Garden (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|For real ale enthusiasts, as good as anywhere in central London. The capital's beers are well represented by Sambrook and others while Brighton's Dark Star brewery is also prominent via the excellent Hophead and American Pale Ales. The only snag is its bijou size - even of weekday afternoon it was getting crowded|
BoehmBawerk - 19 Feb 2017 06:58
|I like this small pub. good selection of well kept beer. Upstairs (at the back) there is a small lounge area which is often empty, even when down stairs is heaving. Sadly no bar upstairs. Service is always quick and you get a full pint which seems to becoming increasingly rare in many pubs recently.|
GEPC - 12 Nov 2016 12:46
|Couldnt move when I came last on a Saturday.|
Much more sedate experience on a Monday night. Even got a seat.
A must visit london pub for beer fans.
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Mappiman - 19 Oct 2016 13:10
|In accordance with tradition I officially launched my 2016 UK & Europe pub crawl in the Harp. Two pints of Sambrook Junction @4.10, very nice. The usual friendly and efficient service was given, and a fairly substantial crowd was gathering. Being a Sunday I had to postpone the visit until after midday & in fact had an unofficial launch in the Wetherspoon's on Kingsway, where the clock was not so punitive. But with no disrespect to Wetherspoon's (great breakfast), the Harp was the first proper pub of the tour and set a high benchmark. |
Queenslander - 29 Aug 2016 23:27
|Very good, very busy. No discernible change since the takeover.|
BitterShurn - 5 Aug 2016 10:48
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