Plaque

Devil Tavern

Inscription

Site of the Devil Tavern, demolished 1787.
The Corporation of the City of London

Site: Devil Tavern (1 memorial)

EC4, Fleet Street, 1

Pepys and Johnson are both known to have drunk here.  

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Devil Tavern

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Corporation of the City of London

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