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Jamaica House Inn

The Jamaica Wine House was originally London's first coffee house which opened in 1652 and was visited by Samuel Pepys. Known affectionately as "the Jampot", the pub is open from Monday to Friday.  

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  1. Bonfire Bonfire
    The philosophy of Bonfire is simple – sit down, have fun and enjoy the food we all crave. Awesome burgers, succulent rotisserie chicken, juicy steaks and mouth-watering desserts are all part of the crime scene. Join us for a quick bite before a show or just a casual place to unwind. Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
  2. Bread Street Bread Street Kitchen
    Bread Street Kitchen is a lively and exciting restaurant and bar from the team at Gordon Ramsay and is home to a relaxed dining experience set in a large warehouse-style room which draws inspiration from the East London aesthetic that surrounds it. At the heart of the Bread Street Kitchen offering is an informal approach to dining where you can meet, eat and drink from early morning until late at night. Underpinned by great service and a menu that includes a raw bar, a wood-burning oven and dishes from the lively open kitchen, the aim is to deliver a great experience at whatever time you choose. 10 Bread Street, London, EC4M 9AJ
  3. Brokers Wine Bar & Restaurant
    Broker’s overlooks the crossroads in Leadenhall Market with excellent views over the activities below. Open for coffees and meetings in the mornings through lunch until late in the evening. A Bar Menu is available in the afternoon and we also have an evening menu. 9 Leadenhall Market, EC3V 1LR
  4. Burrito Mama Burrito Mama
    Burrito Mama is an exciting, fast paced take-away and restaurant located in the heart of the city, St Pauls. At Burrito Mama we pride ourselves on exceptional customer service and carefully crafted burritos of the highest quality prepared for our customers in 90 seconds or less. The superior burrito served speedily, simple. First Floor, One New Change, London, EC4M 9AF
  5. c&b exchange square C&B Exchange Square
    It's become a City tradition for bankers and traders to meet at 'the railway carriage', just a minute away from Liverpool Street station. In winter, it's a cosy, intimate place to meet and chat. In summer, the place goes wild. This bar probably serves more Pimm's per square foot than anywhere else in the UK and bar staff that survive a summer here wear it as a badge of honour for the rest of their career. 5 Exchange Square, London EC2A 2EH
  6. Chamberlain's of London, oysters Chamberlain's
    Chamberlain’s restaurant offers unique dining experiences and events catering in the City of London. Our fish restaurant is owned by fourth generation fishmongers, we can proudly say that our fresh produce comes to you directly from boat to kitchen where award winning chef Andrew Jones creates modern and sophisticated dishes.
  7. Cheese @ Leadenhall
    A cherished spot for exceptional cheeses, legendary lunches, fine wines and ports. Stock over 200 cheeses from Britain and Europe and are specialists in tastings and tours. Renowned for their warm welcome. 4-5 Leadenhall Market
  8. Chez Mal Chez Mal
    Chez Mal is a fresh mix of traditional steakhouse and classic French brasserie, with bold flavours and a fun, upbeat atmosphere. The interiors combine urban style with a dash of Las Vegas, featuring exposed brick walls, dark wooden tables and floors, and plush leather seating. Nestled between Smithfield Market, and Barbican, Chez Mal is situated in a prime location on Charterhouse Square - the latest addition to the area's thriving dining scene. Seasonal menus are available in addition to our a la carte brasserie menu. Malmaison London 18-21 Charterhouse Sq, London, EC1M 6AH
  9. Gin Distillery City of London Distillery
    The City of London Distillery - COLD for short - opened in 2012 bringing gin distilling back to the City of London after an absence of nearly 200 years. With a speakeasy-style retro cocktail bar over-looking the striking copper stills, COLD welcomes visitors to enjoy a cocktail or share in one of the gin experiences: tours, classes, gin flights etc. 22-24 Bride Lane, just off Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 8DT UK (at the foot of the steps to St Bride’s Church)
  10. Eastway Brasserie Eastway Brasserie
    An East End brasserie in the heart of London’s business district, Eastway is the answer for those looking for a relaxed yet vibrant dining experience. Serving made to order breakfasts with freshly squeezed juices to start the morning and a selection of classic favourites throughout the day. Eastway’s Communal Table provides a great setting to meet new people over drinks, and enjoy tapas and specialty cocktails in the company of old friends. Or sit back, relax and enjoy the buzz of the city when dining al fresco on the Liverpool Street terrace. Andaz London Liverpool Street, 40 Liverpool Street London, EC2M 7QN
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