Royal Courts of Justice
Where the Strand joins Fleet St, you’ll see the entrance to this gargantuan melange of Gothic spires, pinnacles and burnished Portland...
A teashop opened by Thomas Twining in 1706 and thought to be the oldest company in the capital still trading on the same site and owned...
The attractive Lincoln’s Inn has a chapel, pleasant square and picturesque gardens that invite a stroll, especially early or late in the...
A venerable institution that plays host to barristers, solicitors and other legal types from the Royal Courts of Justice across the way,...
Though it may look like just another City pub from the street, the White Swan is anything but typical – a smart downstairs bar that...
53-54 Carey St · interesting places nearby
Seven Stars information
Even though it’s packed with lawyers in the after-office booze rush hour, the tiny Seven Stars is still a relative secret to many Londoners. Sitting between Lincoln's Inn Fields and the Royal Courts of Justice, and originally a sailors’ hang-out, this is the place to come for real ale and ravishing game dishes.
The eccentric landlady and chef, Roxy Beaujolais, is a former TV chef and raconteur.