Steeped in local history, this Victorian public house was built with a large roof terrace to afford drinkers the opportunity to look over the wall into the infamous Bedlam insane asylum next door. Bedlam closed in the 1930s and became the Imperial War Museum and now our roof terrace is one of the finest places to host a party in London
Archie and his pals have not visited here just yet! They’ve only got little legs so it’s going to take a while to visit all the dog friendly venues they’ve found. If you've been here why not let Archie know what it's like. Drop him a message via the Tell Us button and we can share your review here.