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The Best Pubs & Bars Near St. James' Park, London
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The Best Pubs & Bars Near St. James' Park, London

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Updated: 15 November 2016
In London, Thursday is the new Friday. Banter with friends and colleagues, free-flowing beer and spirits, it’s the perfect amount of fun after a long week at work. Come Friday, however, you realise the 2-for-1 cocktails were served with a complimentary hangover. Here are the best places in St James Park for a Hair of The Dog fix.

Adam & Eve

Adam and Eve dates back to the 1700s and is one of the oldest pubs in Westminster. It has a lot of history attached to it and was a regular haunt for ministers and government officials. They have a decent selection of wines and beers, and if carbs are your hangover comfort food, try their selection of jacket potatoes, they are delectable.

81 Petty France, Westminster, London,020-72224575

The Feathers

When arriving at St. James’ Park, step outside the tube station and right into The Feathers to fix yourself before starting your day. The glorious sign outside the pub commemorates the feathers of the Prince of Wales. Indulge in one of their ales and order a Full English or Eggs Royale.

18-20 Broadway, London, Greater London, 020 7227 0921

The Barley Mow

Very popular in the area, you stand a chance of getting a table at The Barley Mow only by booking. Definitely the go-to place if there’s a game on. Their cask ales and craft beers. are not to be missed Make sure you book a table in advance if you plan on eating lunch there with a big group of friends.

104 Horseferry Rd, London, 020 7222 2330

All Bar One

If cocktails are more likely to cure your hangover, All Bar One is your destination. They have an elaborate wine list as well. The ambience is comfortable and soothing; and is also a great place for a late breakfast or lunch.

Retail Unit 1, 58 Victoria Street, London, 020 7828 9772

The Loose Box Bar And Kitchen

The Loose Box Bar and Kitchen is the perfect place to try if you want to have a relaxing drink and chat. They have a lovely, private terrace as well, and you can book a table here for a group. If you have bloodshot eyes from the previous night, wear your sunglasses and order one of their whiskies and cigars, you’ll look more suave than sick.

51 Horseferry Road, Westminster, London, 020 7932 0123