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We usually avoid clichÃ©s like the plague, a clichÃ© to us is like a red rag to a bull, but "steeped in history" could have been minted for this hidden away gem. Outside it says established 1787. Inside they say it was rebuilt in 1842 but had been Shakespeare's house in a 16th century incarnation. It's an odd looking little place in this odd little tangle of alleys. Count every bar stool and narrow bench - built for smaller backsides than the 21st century model - and you'll never reach 30 seats.
7 Andrews Hill St. Paul's London
London, London, Thames Valley
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