All places in the category "Public Houses"

Former Lord Rodney's Head public house, 285 Whitechapel Road

c.1853, public house, converted to shop

The Nag's Head, 17-19 Whitechapel Road

c1932, public house replacing a 17th-century or earlier coaching inn that had a galleried yard

Princess Of Prussia, 15 Prescot Street

1880s pub

Central House/The White Swan

pub with offices above, redeveloped alongside Central House

13 Vallance Road

1873-4 as the Weavers Arms public house, converted to shops and tenements in 1911

Former Grave Maurice public house, 269 Whitechapel Road

1873-4, public house, converted to shops and flats and restored 2010-14

The Brown Bear, 139 Leman Street

10 Cable Street

Built 1899-1900 as the Horns and Horseshoe public house

Former Sir Sydney Smith public house, 22 Dock Street (now Pepper Pot House)

1936, public house built for Truman Hanbury Buxton Ltd

White Hart, 89 Whitechapel High Street

public house known from the 1720s, 19th-cemtury frontage and later alterations

233 Whitechapel Road with 1 Court Street

1860s public house, now shop and dwellings

113 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick, on site of Cherry Tree public house

The Bell, 50 Middlesex Street

Queen Anne-style corner public house with residential over, rebuilt 1883, in red and stock brick with carved brick decoration

The Archers public house, 42 Osborn Street

1903, public house

Former Queen's Head public house, 317 Whitechapel Road

1904, public house, converted to shop and offices

81 New Road

1887, formerly the Duke of Gloucester public house

The Castle, 44 Commercial Road

1871-3 public house

Former Royal Oak public house

c.1872, public house, now shops and flats

61 Royal Mint Street (formerly the City of Carlisle public house)

Probaby built in 1881 as the Blue Peter public house (1620 in gable may refer to an earlier building), now flats

The Good Samaritan Public House

1930s neo-Georgian public house designed by Arthur Sewell, chief architect for Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co.

The Blind Beggar public house

1894, public house

Wilton's Music Hall

Public house with 18th-century origins, rebuilt in 1845-6, music hall added to rear in 1858-9, rebuilt in 1877 and refurbished since 1979

Former Ye Olde Angel pub, 85 Whitechapel High Street

1900 former Ye Olde Angel public house, now shop with guesthouse and offices above

111 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick, on site of Cherry Tree public house

Oceanair House, 133-7 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7PT

1937 moderne shop and office building, until 1959 known as Cardigan House, upper parts latterly used by London Metropolitan University

34 Settles Street

c.1900 as the Bricklayers' Arms public house, later a shop, raised and converted in 2016 as flats

Former London Hospital Tavern

19th century public house, formerly the London Hospital Tavern.

The Bar Locks (formerly the Horse and Groom)

public house, built 1902, painted stock brick

Bombay Grill (former Black Bull Public House), 199 Whitechapel Road

public house of 1925 in 'Brewers' Tudor' style, now restaurant

The Oliver Conquest, 70 Leman Street

Early 19thC public house, formerly Mr Pickwick's and the Garrick Tavern

Zam Zam (formerly the Lord Napier Public House), 235 Whitechapel Road

1909, public house converted to shop

23 Whitechapel Road

early 19th-century shophouse on the site of the Green Dragon Inn

21 Whitechapel Road

early 19th century shophouse, much altered, on the site of the Green Dragon Inn

Tayyabs (former Queen's Head public house), 83 Fieldgate Street

late 19th century pub, now part of Tayyabs restaurant

The Culpeper, 40-42 Commercial Street

1883 pub, the Princess Alice, reduced from 5 to 3 storeys after war damage. Later renamed City Darts. Since 2014 the Culpeper gastropub

Haji Nanna Biryani, 14 Whitechapel Road

Built 1881-2 as the George public house, shopfront of 1934

Bar Indo (formerly the Blue Anchor Public House), 133 Whitechapel Road

1854 as the Blue Anchor Public House

The Artful Dodger (formerly the Crown and Seven Stars)

1820s public house with later alterations

The White Swan

early nineteenth-century pub, possibly rebuilt

Maersk House

1974 as Beagle House, Richard Seifert & Partners, architects, demolition scheduled in 2016

Londinium Tower

flats c.2000