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London Pubs and Bars - Ye Olde Mitre, Hatton Garden EC1N 6SJ - Detail


1 Ely Court, in a small alley between No8 and No9 Hatton Garden leading to Ely Place.Near Holborn Circus.
Central London
Hatton Garden

Monday: 11:00 - 23:00, CLOSED ALSO ON B/HOLIDAYS
Tuesday: 11:00 - 23:00
Wednesday: 11:00 - 23:00
Thursday: 11:00 - 23:00
Friday: 11:00 - 23:00
Saturday: CLOSED , but may be available for Private Hire
Sunday: CLOSED ,but may be available for Private Hire
Fuller Smith and Turner
Venue Style : Award winning Real Ale Pub, theres no music or Tv's, can be livel;y on an evening when busy
Venue Capacity : total 90 people
Nearest Rail : Farringdon
Nearest Tube : Farringdon and Chancery Lane tube are just 2 minutes walk away.
Local Buses : Any bus passing Holborn Cicus drops off 1 minute away, 242,25, 421.17,46,45, etc
Description : Built in 1546 for the servants of the Bishops of Ely, The Ye Olde Mitre is famous for having a cherry tree, (now supporting the front) that Queen Elizabeth once danced around with Sir Christopher Hatton. The pub was actually a part of Cambridge (Ely being in Cambridge) and the licencees used to have to go there for their licence. Set in a part of London steeped in history, it's near where William Wallace was hung, drawn and quartered at Smithfield, along with martyers and traitors who were also killed nearby. Next door is St.Ethelreda's Church built in 1281,oldest catholic church being used in the UK,the Mitre is often featured in films and Tv programmes,the movies Snatch and recently Deep Blue Sea with Rachael Weiss were filmed here.

We not only serve great beer; we celebrate it. Three times a year we hold excellent beer festivals which are a great opportunity to sample offerings from all over the world, as well as the old favourites. Join us for a pint!

We always have 5 -7 permanent real ales on tap plus up to 6 changing guests per week,ring to find out which guests are on sale.0207-405-4751
We serve only snacks here and NO chips from 11.30am till 21.30 pm

Webpage last updated on Wednesday, 23rd July 2014