The Trafalgar Tavern was built in 1837, the year Queen Victoria ascended to the throne. Prior to the Trafalgar there was a small inn, The Old George, which served local fisherman. It was a popular public house due to its prominent position on the River Thames as well as being close to Greenwich Hospital, the Woolwich Dockyard and Westminster. In 1830 the owner of The Old George planned to expand the building but, unfortunately for him, the architect he engaged saw the potential in his plan and intentionally derailed the application to the commissioner. The architect then hatched a plan to take over ownership of the site.
River Lee, Sweetwater Mooring, 98 White Post Ln, Hackney Wick, London
Lovingly restored and converted into an award winning restaurant, Barge East offers a truly iconic dining experience. Behind our sensational, seasonal menus are our talented chefs who source the finest quality produce, and handpick homegrown ingredients from our Gardens for every dish
Located at the south end of Kingsland Road in Shoreditch, Basing House is an intimate, 300-capacity venue that opened in 2010. Basing House operates a late license, opening each Friday and Saturday – with occasional Thursday events. A large volume of external promoters and labels curate the
38 Leicester Square
Welcome to a corner of the French Mediterranean. Presenting simple yet elegant cuisine prepared using carefully selected quality ingredients, Whitcomb’s captures a sense of tradition and modernity in the heart of the West End and Soho. Serving lunch, pre-theatre and à la carte dining