The Jerusalem Tavern is a pub that serves a variety of hot dishes, snacks and vegetarian dishes and can cater for private parties of up to 40 people. Seating on the pavement area is provided.
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The Jerusalem Tavern
55 Britton StreetClerkenwellLondonEC1M 5UQ
- +44 (0)20 7490 4281
- Public transport:
- Barbican, Underground
Ohhh it's so small in here it makes me feel like I'm on the Northern Line during rush hour. The choices of brewed beers and ales may be good, but I just can't face coming in here after work. People spill into the street and road outside, which may be nice in the summer but not when it's so cold outside!
I have never seen it empty, though that would be nice. This place is tiny and super old....more
An extremely cool little pub which makes you feel like you're drinking in the 1700s in a secret place no one knows about.
Unfortunately we were in a rush to get somewhere the evening we stopped in so we only had time for one pint, but the selection alone should give it 5 stars.more
So this is what a damp squib feels like. I had wanted to visit the Jerusalem Tavern ever since buying the 2009 Good pub guide in which it was named pub of the year. A tiny, atmospheric ex Georgian coffee house it sounded beguiling. However it's in a tricky part of the City (for me at least) so I only just got round to it. I visited at the start of after works drinks. As I approached, I...more
I'm starting to get really confused about what is genuinely really old and what is hipster, you tend to find that hipster pubs install old furniture to increase their authenticity. I can 100% confirm that the Jerusalem Tavern is genuinely really old. Here's the ways you can tell; firstly they have original tiles on the wall that no matter how hip or quirky you were you couldn't replicate....more
Love this place, one of my favourite pubs in North London. There's quite a debate about whether it's a new, or old pub, but some digging appears to clear this up.
There have been several Jerusalem Taverns in the area for many years, but although the exterior is obviously old, the current Jerusalem Tavern is a fabrication - the building was bought by St Peter's brewery in late 1990s and the...more