This inn – destroyed during WWII, rebuilt and expanded – is less interesting than Lincoln’s Inn, although the peaceful gardens are still...
The crypt at the largely restored church of St Ethelreda , north of Holborn Circus, dates from about 1250.
The 16th-century half-timbered shopfront facade is the main interest at Staple Inn (1580), the last of eight Inns of Chancery whose...
This large, serene space is a temple to coffee. Check out the line of equipment that looks like a lab and ask the helpful staff to...
Coach & Horses
One of Clerkenwell’s best gastropubs, sacrificing none of its old-world pub charm in attracting a well-heeled foodie crowd for its range...
Lonely Planet review
South of Clerkenwell Rd and parallel to Hatton Garden, Leather Lane attracts local office workers with its suspiciously cheap DVDs, tapes and CDs, household goods and clothing sold by archetypal cockney stallholders.