The Town Of Ramsgate can date its history back to the War of the Roses during the 15th century, when it was then known as The Hostel. They serve a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as burgers, chips, jacket potatoes and salad. They have regular drink promotions and also have a pool table. Outside seating is provided on the terrace.
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The Town Of Ramsgate
62 Wapping High StreetLimehouseLondonE1W 2PN
- +44 (0)20 7481 8000
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- Wapping, Underground
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A nice pub with a local feel. It has a nice beer garden over looking the river for the summer.
Not sure whether this is true, the Ramsgate claims to be the oldest pub on the river.more
Adorable, classic, London pub with good beer, cheap wine, and a quiet atmosphere. Great patio overlooking the Thames for the rare fair-weather day. Monday is quiz night (mostly British trivia, impossible for us). Not very touristy, and quiet enough for good conversation. They also have a wine deal where you buy two glasses and get the rest of the bottle free - I think that is Mondays but don't...more
It really does not get much better than the Town of Ramsgate. At all.
It's located ~10-15 minute walk East of Tower Hill. This really adds to its charm - The Town of Ramsgate such a short distance from central core of the global financial nervous system, but still feels as if it is located a world away.
It's never really all that busy, but it attracts a steady stream of great folks - the...more
This is a really lovely pub with an intimate beer garden and plenty of history
Firstly the important stuffthe drinks. Solid selection of alestasting goodjob done. They have a few familiar choices but also served Exmoor gold, which I had not enjoyed before (which is a pity as it's rather nice). Apart from that I guess they have a standard selection of wines and lagers.
The beer garden,...more
It's pubs like this that make you realise how lucky we are in Britain to walk past major historical landscape features, nay, drink at them, and not realise how old or how important they are.
Thus named, because any further up the river, and traders would have had to pay the very expensive taxes which were imposed. And a lot of them came from Ramsgate apparently. So, that's the...more