Pillars of Hercules

About

Pillars of Hercules is a small traditional pub serving food all day, as well as a selection of beers, wines and spirits. They have a seating area on the pavement, as well as background music and a fruit machine. Catering for private parties of up to 200 guests is available upon request. Pavement seating is also provided.

Venue Details & Map

Pillars of Hercules

Address
7 Greek Street
London
W1D 4DF
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7437 1179
Public transport:
Tottenham Court Road, Underground

Yelp Reviews

8.00 out of 5
based on 12 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Pillars of Hercules

4.0 out of 5
26 July 2016
by Alex D.

There's a weight of history that hangs around this place's neck like a great albatross. If you're the kind of person who finds walking the side streets of London on a winter's night a romantic endeavour populated by the ghosts of great and base people past, you'll feel the age and the warmth in this joint. Though to the untrained eye, it looks like your average boozer. more

4.0 out of 5
17 December 2014
by Clive B.

Pillars of Hercules is a great little bar. We went there before a gig at borderlines on Sunday night. Good selection of beers and nice environment.

Not much else to say really. Worth a visit if you are in the area. more

4.0 out of 5
14 December 2014
by Jakub S.

This is a nice joint located conveniently near the Soho Square. It's quite cozy and the stuff is always helpful and attentive.

Taps are quite standard: from ales to some light ciders. They offer as well quite standard selection of cocktails. Which needless to say I've never tried but it may definitely appeal to a girly crowd visiting.

It's maybe not the best plays for a party but definitely... more

4.0 out of 5
31 January 2017
by John L.

At the top of Greek Street at the beginning of a Hidden London walk, I decided that it was necessary to fortify myself with a swift half, so I popped in here.

The guide book suggested that Martin Amis, Ian McEwan and Julian Barnes were regulars here, as well as the pub itself featuring in "A Tale of Two Cities".

At 1230 on a Saturday morning, it was difficult to pick up a literary vibe, but... more

4.0 out of 5
29 January 2015
by Cristin L.

Nice pub and a great name, Pillars Of Hercules. I should have asked where the name came from, give we are not in Ancient Rome (nor Ancient Greece).

We killed some time here while we waited for a nearby venue to open and no better place could we have been.

Nice beer selection. Nice facilities too, which can be found down stairs.

Christmas decor added to the atmosphere.

Recommended. Would... more

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