The Nudge - The former ground floor pub is now, well, a ground floor pub. It boasts the same high ceilings and large windows it’s had for the last 275 years, and has been given a makeover with leather barstools, dark green walls, and a brushed metal bar. Here you can listen to live music from NO-style jazz band The Fallen Heroes as you peruse the lineup of independently brewed cask ales. read more
Time Out - Of course, the food and drink make a visit worth your while. Beer is on point; when we were there a stout from Titanic Brewery was going down well, while an IPA from Battersea’s Mondo and cider from Walthamstow’s The Real Al Company provided back-up. There’s real ale from Sambrook’s and the wines we sampled were quality drops, keenly priced for this part of town. read more
Elite Traveller - The Blue Posts is an ambitious new project, incorporating a pub on the ground floor, cocktail lounge, The Mulwray on the first floor, and an intimate private dining restaurant, Evelyn’s Table on the lower ground. The incredible space is set right in the heart of Soho, where the Blue Posts has been a public house since 1739. read more
The Infatuation - The space itself is much smaller than we anticipated, the ground floor pub can barely fit 20 people, and the Mulwray lounge bar on the second floor is only a tad more spacious. But we were won over by the excellent bar food, including a roast pork belly and apple sauce roll that’s a potential entry for our ‘best sandwiches ever’ list. read more
The Evening Standard - First up, on the ground floor, is the pubby part. It retains the original name and much of the character, but has been given a spruce up, had its bar transformed into a dining counter, and craft beer installed on the taps. The food offering is more or less limited to bar snacks - but there’s much more than mere peanuts. read more





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