Today's Londoners may flock to Amsterdam to misbehave, but back in the Bard's day they'd cross London Bridge to Bankside. Free from the...
Swan at the Globe
At Shakespeare’s Globe this fine pub-bar with brasserie has glorious views of the Thames and St Paul’s from the 1st floor.
This Memphis-style BBQ joint was designed with hungry carnivores in mind. Ample portions of smoky, slow-cooked meats dominate the menu,...
56 Park St · interesting places nearby
Rose Theatre information
The Rose, for which Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson wrote their greatest plays and in which Shakespeare learned his craft, is unique: its original 16th-century foundations were discovered in 1989 beneath an office building and given a protective concrete cover. Administered by the nearby Globe Theatre, the Rose is open to the public only when matinees are being performed at the Globe and can only be visited as part of a group.