A mariner in the midst of the city
This Georgian gem is just a stone's throw away from Regent's Park, with an interior reminiscent of 18th century seafarers. After stepping into this pub, you’ll half expect to bump into a mariner in the heart of the city. While you won’t find any smugglers anymore, you will discover a charmingly decorated pub reminiscent of a ship, with its wood-panelled walls, adorned with nautical maps and art.
Keeping with the seafaring theme, the Smugglers Tavern offers a delightful range of rum. Whether you prefer jamaican, light cuban, or anything in between, the Smugglers Tavern is your place for new world rums aplenty. Choose from a variety of rum cocktails, or if you’d rather stick to a more traditional pub drink, have a look at the carefully curated list of beers. You don’t have to be a sailor to enjoy the drinks here, but if you want to sing a sea shanty, no one would stop you.
The birthplace of the Great Train Robbery
These walls hosted an exciting history, full of rogues, and of course, smugglers. One story says that this was the pub in which the plan for the Great Train Robbery was concocted.