Plaque

Grapes Tavern

Inscription

The Grapes Tavern is a protected building and was converted from several steeply tiled adjoining houses. It is on the site of the 16th century Christopher Inn where passengers gathered prior to taking the stage coach to Dover.

Site: Grapes Tavern (1 memorial)

SE1, Borough High Street, 121, Kentish Buildings

The plaque is in the alleyway.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Grapes Tavern

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Christopher Inn

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Grapes Tavern

First mentioned in 1842. It occupies the site of the former Christopher Inn. ...

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