The Blackfriar, London   4 comments

The hash started and finished at the Blackfriar, a truly remarkable flatiron building across from Blackfriar Station (which is due to reopen sometime in the next 30 years, pending delays).  I ran the taps here, with a pleasant experience with the Kipling, and less so with the Ashbury.  Also, was honoured/disgraced with a couple more in circle.

There is a blurb on the pub’s website about the architecture and decor attributed to H. Fuller-Clark and Henry Poole, and that the pub was saved largely through the efforts of Poet Laureate John Betjeman.  Certain it is described better elsewhere, I leave you with some photos:

Posted 2011/06/01 by Drunken Bunny in pubs

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