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The Bricklayers Arms, Shoreditch - pub details

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Address: 63, Charlotte Rd, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3PE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5990) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Old Street (0.3 miles), Shoreditch (0.5 miles), Liverpool Street (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Old Street (0.4 miles), London Liverpool Street (0.5 miles), Moorgate (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.2/10 (rated by 40 users)
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user reviews of the Bricklayers Arms, Shoreditch

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Friendly enough pub in Shoreditch. Sound for dipping in for a quick pint after work or before a night out. Don't be expecting cheap drinks however.
K82 - 13 Sep 2016 21:37
Interesting side street boozer with a good jukebox and decent beer. Doesn't draw the homogenous smug Shoreditch crowd in neither. Yes Rupert. I did say homogenous. Did I spell it correctly?

Friendly enough.
terenced - 22 Apr 2014 15:32
good pub ,good jukebox. good bottled lager
becks007 - 31 Mar 2013 19:49
Victorian corner location pub in a quiet back street between Hoxton and Shoreditch. The rooms have been knocked through, creating a long and narrow space that looks and feels awkward. The decor is standard Victorian, which is attractive, but sits uncomfortably with the modern open space which feels more bar than pub. We visited lunchtime on an Easter weekend Saturday and the place was empty except for two single men sitting as far apart from each other as possible. The barmaid looked fed up. There was five standard cask ales, some lagers and a few bottles of cider. I had an Adnams Bitter, and we sat in the cosy corner bench which overlooks the backstreet crossroads outside. A nice spot. The man nearest to us went to the juke box and selected Sixties guitar bands - Cream, Led Zeppelin, The Who, etc. He then stod close to us and proceed to sing his way through the songs. While we were there three people came in, and soon left, clearly put off by the singer. The barmaid by this point had vanished completely - seemingly aware that there would be no further custom while the man was standing there singing.

The pub is OK, just a little lifeless. Not one to go back to. The singing man made it both a little interesting, and a little awkward.
SilkTork - 31 Mar 2013 19:38
I love this pub. Good selection of ale and lager. The staff are extremely friendly as are the clientele. My wife and I had our leaving party in the upstairs bar and the staff could not have been more helpful, friendly and supportive.
It also has an excellent jukebox which is sadly a dying art these days.
PaulieV - 10 Jan 2011 12:21

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