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Jamaica Wine House
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Address: St. Michaels Alley,Off Corn Hill, London, EC3V 9DS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2903) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Bank (0.1 miles), Monument (0.2 miles), Cannon Street (0.3 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Bank (0.1 miles), Tower Gateway (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Cannon Street (0.2 miles), Fenchurch Street (0.4 miles), Moorgate (0.4 miles)

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Lovely, dark and Christmassy interior (it probably seems festive even in June). once an ancient coffee house but now very much a pub. Quite during the day but one suspects it's for standing customers in the main after a certain hour. Good service but unexciting ale choices.
BoehmBawerk - 17 Dec 2018 15:22
Came in early lunchtime a couple of months ago with a small group of friends. As it was early, it was fairly quiet so service excellent and easy to get a good standing spot.

As its a while ago, I can't remember what I had but between us we had all of the Sheps beers that they stock and some Guiness. All were in good condition and went down very well - an excellent start to the afternoon!

We like the Jam Pot - solid pub, no pretensions and usually a good pint and for those who son't know it, worth a visit just to explore the nooks and crannies.

on_the_brightside - 25 Jul 2018 17:52
This pub is proper old, although maybe not as intimate as that fact might imply. It's quite open, in fact, with big windows – like a Edward Hopper's 'Nighthawks' but with reduced melancholy. The bar is partitioned into three parts, which means there's somewhere for everyone, and even drinking outside represents a worthy option; this listed pub's exterior is impressive, and St. Michael's alley – where you will find this hostelry – actually contributes towards its character. 9/10
TheKindnessOfTrees - 24 Oct 2014 19:37
First visit here for many a moon the other night, probably first since it was taken over by Sheps..
Seems to be better run and the Ale quality is certainly improved from remembrances, which is befitting a good old historic city boozer like this one.
Three Shep's ales on with the Spitfire in good nick, but also a decent guest in the shape of Whitstable breweries East India Pale Ale
jimshoppenus - 2 Dec 2013 16:40
4 ales on handpump. £3.89 a pint.

Was in and out early mid-week so wasn't over busy. No problem getting served.

alecstewart - 12 May 2013 14:27

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