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At Wear London, we embrace the lively pub culture that surrounds our Spitalfields stores. Nestled in the heart of East London, our locations are surrounded by a a number of bustling pubs that add a distinct flavor to our vibrant neighborhood. As you explore our stores, be sure to venture into one of these local pubs to elevate your shopping experience and soak in the authentic pub atmosphere that East London is renowned for. Cheers to a unique blend of fashion and pub culture!

The Pride Of Spitalfields

Less than a five-minute walk from our Hanbury Street store is The Pride Of Spitalfields. Dating back to the early 19th century, this iconic pub has been a beloved fixture in the vibrant Spitalfields neighbourhood. Its name pays homage to the area's storied past, reflecting the pride and resilience of its residents throughout the centuries. Originally serving as a watering hole for local labourers and traders, The Pride of Spitalfields has evolved into a beloved community hub where locals and visitors alike come together to share stories, laughter, and camaraderie. Back in 1998, David Gray chose The Pride of Spitalfields pub as the atmospheric setting for the filming of his music video "Sail Away," immersing the iconic establishment in the soulful backdrop of his melodic composition. Today, amidst the bustling streets of Spitalfields, the pub continues to exude its historic allure while embracing modern sensibilities. With its cosy interiors adorned with vintage decor, welcoming ambience, and a carefully curated selection of craft beers and traditional ales, The Pride of Spitalfields remains a cherished destination for those seeking a taste of authentic East London hospitality

3 Heneage St, Spitalfields, London, E1 5LJ
The Commercial Tavern

Just a short two-minute walk up Commercial Street from our Hanbury Street store is The Commercial Tavern which stands as a living testament to the dynamic history of East London. Originally established in the mid-19th century, this historic pub has witnessed the ebb and flow of the bustling market district. Known for its Victorian architecture and traditional façade, the Commercial Tavern has seamlessly blended its storied past with contemporary allure. Once a favoured spot for market traders and locals, the pub's legacy has evolved to welcome a diverse range of people seeking a taste of authentic East End hospitality. Modern-day patrons can revel in the pub's cosy ambience, adorned with vintage memorabilia while savouring a selection of craft beers and classic pub fare. With its enduring charm and commitment to preserving Spitalfields' heritage, the Commercial Tavern remains a cherished landmark where the echoes of the past harmonize with the vibrant rhythms of present-day East London.

142 Commercial St, Spitalfields, London, E1 6NU
The Ten Bells

A short thirty-second walk to the corner of the road from our Brushfield Street store is the famous Ten Bells pub. The pub stands as a historic landmark with a tale as intriguing as its Victorian architecture. Renowned for its association with the infamous Jack the Ripper murders that plagued the area in the late 19th century, the pub's name, "The Ten Bells," originates from its proximity to Christ Church, Shoreditch, which had ten bells in its tower. This iconic pub, with roots dating back to the 18th century, has witnessed the ever-evolving narrative of East London. Today, The Ten Bells are celebrated not only for its eerie historical connections but also for its vibrant atmosphere and commitment to preserving the neighbourhood's heritage. Patrons can enjoy a wide selection of craft beers, traditional ales, and hearty pub fare while immersing themselves in the unique ambience that blends the charm of the past with the spirit of modern-day Shoreditch. In October 2011, the Ten Bells gained prominence as it became a featured location in Jamie Oliver's series, "Jamie's Great Britain." The celebrity chef, whose great-great-grandfather served as the pub's landlord in the 1880s, visited the Ten Bells to delve into his East London heritage.

84 Commercial St, Spitalfields, London, E1 6LY
The Magpie

The Magpie is a five-minute walk from our Brushfield Street store and is a pub you must visit. Dating back to the 19th century, the pub has weathered the changes of time, evolving into a cherished haven that seamlessly blends old-world charm with contemporary appeal. The site of our pub holds a unique historical significance, having served as an ambulance station at the beginning of the 20th century. Its place in history was secured when one of the first electric ambulances was stationed here in 1909, operating during nighttime and on Sundays to serve the entire city. Situated just off Bishopsgate, a street named after the Bishop's Gate that once stood opposite Camomile Street, the Magpie stands not only as a testament to Spitalfields' rich tapestry but also as a living relic of the city's early 20th-century medical and transportation history. Today, within its welcoming interiors, visitors can enjoy the fusion of historical resonance and modern amenities, making the Magpie a truly unique destination in the heart of East London.

12 New St, Greater, London EC2M 4TP
The Barley Mow

A ten-minute walk from our Hanbury Street store you will find The Barley Mow. Originally catering to the working-class community, The Barley Mow has transformed over the years into a trendy and inviting space that resonates with the artistic and vibrant character of the neighbourhood. The Barley Mow stands as a testament to the neighbourhood's ever-evolving identity. For decades, this small and atmospheric traditional pub has been a cornerstone of Shoreditch's social landscape, predating its transformation into the vibrant late-night party destination it is today. Having witnessed the dramatic changes that have shaped the local scene over the last 20 years, The Barley Mow retains a unique historical charm that sets it apart. Whether you're seeking a lively late-night Shoreditch experience or a laid-back early evening drink in its welcoming, woody interiors, The Barley Mow caters to a diverse mix of patrons. As one of the few local bars that have stood the test of time, it continues to be a cherished hub where the past seamlessly meets the present, offering a warm and inviting space for both the seasoned regulars and newcomers to the vibrant Shoreditch atmosphere.

127 Curtain Rd, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3BX
The Crown and Shuttle

An eight-minute walk from our Hanbury Street store is the Crown and Shuttle. Boasting a charming beer garden, this establishment offers a delightful retreat from the bustling city streets. With its cosy yet spacious outdoor area, the Crown and Shuttle invite patrons to unwind and socialize in a relaxed atmosphere, enjoying the refreshing ambience and laid-back vibes. Beyond its inviting outdoor space, the pub also offers a diverse selection of craft beers, cocktails, and classic pub fare, catering to a wide range of tastes and preferences. They also offer a life drawing session so if you are looking to expand your creative touch this is the pub to be at. Whether you're looking for a leisurely afternoon pint or a lively evening gathering with friends, the Crown and Shuttle's lovely beer garden provides the perfect setting to enjoy the best of Shoreditch's social scene while basking in the warmth of community and camaraderie.

226 Shoreditch High St, Shoreditch, London, E1 6PJ

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