Jerusalem Tavern

Pub
$ $
55 Britton St (at St John's Path)
London, Greater London EC1M 5UQ
+44 20 7490 4281
Monday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tips

  • The current tavern dates back to 1720, but inns of the same name have stood here since the 14th century. Theyre named after the Priory of St.John of Jerusalem which used to stand nearby.
  • This pub isnt big but it is still possible to get lost in its two rooms. That might be down to the oddly green colour scheme or the cracking beer from St Peters Brewery in Suffolk.
  • We finally did it. We finally managed to get the prized seats in the raised 'pulpit' area.
  • Order a dark pint of organic Porter, grab a stool and savour a real slice of the capitals history.
  • They have a seasonal grapefruit ale for the summer
  • A wonderful pub. Even better if you can get a seat. Enjoy the St Peter's Brewery cask ales and probably the best pork pie in London. With mustard of course. www.piehunter.co.uk
  • Contactless payment available now. A painless and tech savvy way to drink
  • If you are a beer connoisseur then head for this pub with their own selection of micro brews from the cask.
  • Owned by St Peter's Brewery, this historic pub has amazing atmosphere -- founded in 1140 and currently housed in a historic wooden building dating from 1720. The food's good too! Tube/Rail: Farringdon
  • The only pub in England that serves St. Peter's on tap. Make sure you order the Cream Stout.
  • Great pub my local in fact. Serving St Peters beers!
  • Pokey ye-olde-tyme pub. very short on space but quaint and a lively post-work crowd spills out to the street. Closed weekends.
  • Quirky little side-street tavern serving a panoply of offerings from St. Peter's brewery. Not actually as old as it seems - charming nevertheless. Friendly staff too.
  • Lovely super-old pub, very popular with the after-work crowd so get there early. St. Peters beers, which aren't particularly easy to find in pubs, and are much better on cask than in bottles.
  • A creaky old wooden tavern with centuries of atmosphere. Their food and ales (St Peter's) are good too. A must-visit!
  • a great old tavern with their own brews - its a small place so not a lot of space
  • The best IPA ever. lovely
  • Dont drink too much of the golden ale, can be easily done!
  • Worn wood, good ale, neighborhood boozer.
  • Quirky and small with a great selection of beers and whiskeys.

Nearby places

9-10 Jerusalem Passage (at Aylesbury St)
43 Clerkenwell Green (Clerkenwell Cl)