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The London Stone
107A Cannon StreetThe CityLondonEC4N 5AD
- +44 (0)20 7626 8246
- Public transport:
- Cannon Street, Underground
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A few mates of mine call this place 'The Vampire Pub' so I had to go see what it was about.
Came here last week for a lunch time pint (on a Monday *gasp*), and understood why they've given it their affectionate name.
Its an underground place, right next door to All Bar One
The gargoyle in the stairs starts the decor off nicely and the remainder is interesting: gothic and eerie!
It was quiet at...more
The last of the Eerie Pubs chain in London, where there once were four (Bell, Brook and Candle - St Paul's, Marlborough Head - Marble Arch and Ben Crouch's Tavern - Fitzrovia) there's now just one. London Stone on Cannon St.
Just an open doorway in the street with a 'London Stone' sign above it, one descends a staircase and turns a corner before finding themselves in a one-room faux-Gothic...more
I found this place completely by accident when playing with Google Maps.
I was zooming in, zooming out, switching to Satellite, clicking on the tube stations, looking up directions, all a little too quickly for my work computer and KAPOW... it had crashed.
20 painful seconds later, Google Maps has come round to its senses and I'm clicked on this pub. Reviews inform me (from less favarouable...more
The London Stone is a fantastic gothic-themed bar owned by the Eerie Chain. This bar chain used to own bars throughout London, including one in Bond Street, but the other bars have now closed down with only the London Stone remaining.
The faux-gothic decor is fantastic, with chemistry items and stone gargoyles making the bar look like something out of a Frankenstein movie. However, while...more
Owned by the Eerie pub company London Stone is named after the actual London Stone (Which I think has been moved to the Natural History Museum as I couldn't find it last time I was there). We have gargoyles and cocktails named after the seven deadly sins.
I love the bar, its cute and faux gothic and appeals to my asthetic side.more