Building    To 1829

Mitre Tavern

Categories: Commerce, Food & Drink

Building

Fleet Street.
This pub dates from Shakespeare's time. Johnson and Boswell often visited. It was pulled down in 1829 by Hoares to extend their bank.

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Mitre Tavern

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Mitre Tavern

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