A cosy pub with fabulous neapolitan pizzas in Bow
Just a stone’s throw from Victoria Park, this historic pub first opened in 1848 and and served as a rallying point for the Suffragettes in the 1900s, as evidenced by the mural on the side of the pub.
Here, the old world traditional wooden floor and bare walls meet a classy polished bar and vibrant orange walls. Surprisingly, this eclectic mix is a complimentary pairing!
After a long walk in sumptuous Victoria Park, have a break in this cosy local, and indulge yourself with classic drinks and mouth-watering pizzas. Diavola, Ortolana, Di Capra, Capricciosa… the Lord Morpeth menu has got your taste buds covered! Do you have a sweet tooth? Try the delicious Tiramisu! If you are not hungry, you can settle for a beer and chill out.
Throw yourself in the history of feminist movements
The Lord Morpeth was located next to the East London Suffragettes’ headquarters, and used to be the meeting point of the feminist movement before the building was demolished. It’s no wonder people stop to admire the empowering mural painted by artist Jerome Davenport on the side of the pub, which represents Sylvia Pankhurst, founder of the movement who fought tirelessly for the vote.