Barley Mow is a pub with background music that serves traditional pub food in the day as well as a selection of beers, wines and spirits. They can cater for private parties of up to 25 people and provide outside seating on the pavement.
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127 Curtain Road, The City, London, EC2A 3BX
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+44 (0)20 7729 3910
This pub is excellent. I went here on a Sunday night and it was near empty, but it didnt have that hollow feel about it, it was cosy, it was pubby, it was just right. Good beer, the patrons were Hoxton set naturally and the whole place had that sort of welcoming warming glow about it. A classy bare floorboards sort of place. It is truly an excellent pub.more
There's nothing better than having a local pub that is less than 100 meters from your flat. And a GREAT local pub is even better. This place is cozy and cheap-ish. They even have a beer I love- Leffe Blonde! Woo hoo!more
Isn't it a pleasure to be able to find a proper boozer in the midst of all the trendy'ed up bars and the like in Shoreditch.
Only a stone's throw, or a generous roll to most of the aforementioned, but better, much better.
The only slight down side is the selection of draft lager - all Litovel. Which I don't like very much, why not Staropramen, or Budvar? - If it has to be Czech lager. They do...more
Full of character, far from quiant, the Barley Mow is an active member of the Shoreditch family without any of the drawbacks. In its favour: a traditional pub environment; narrow premises; low stools and benches; real ales on tap; sharp, friendly staff. Typically packed on drinking nights (read: Thursday, Friday, Saturday) until forcibly emptied at the ringing of the 11pm bell, you're best off...more
The Barley Mow is a refreshing change from most bars in this area. Whereas the majority are increasingly opting for style over substance, this charming little number focuses on what a true pub should be about: a good pint, good company and a friendly atmosphere. This place generally attracts locals who've been coming for years and a smattering of youngsters eager to escape the pretension of...more