Ye Olde Mitre
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Ye Olde Mitre information
A delightfully cosy historic pub with an extensive beer selection, tucked away in a backstreet off Hatton Garden (look for a Fullers sign above a low archway on the left), Ye Olde Mitre was built in 1546 for the servants of Ely Palace. There’s no music, so the rooms only echo with the sound of amiable chit-chat.