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You need to book well in advance to visit this former Carthusian monastery, where the centrepiece is a Tudor hall with a restored...
Dating to 1123 and adjoining one of London's oldest hospitals, St Bartholomew-the-Great is worth more than a fleeting visit. The...
Smithfield is central London’s last surviving meat market. Its name derives from 'smooth field' where animals could graze, although its...
Charterhouse Bar is most people’s pit stop before going on to Fabric , so expect loud music on weekends, with a good preclub atmosphere....
This London classic is wonderfully simple – its light bar and cafe area giving way to a surprisingly small dining room where 'nose to...
115 Charterhouse St · interesting places nearby
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A revamped Victorian pub that has retained its three beautiful snugs at the back of the bar. Fully celebrating its proximity to Smithfield Market, food here is gloriously meaty and the pub opens at 7am during the week. Only the brave will opt for the All Day City Boy Breakfast – a veritable meat feast (£16.95).