We visited the Bank of England museum where we saw the new £10 featuring Jane Austen. We fancied a pint in the city and discovered that there was a Wetherspoons a short bus journey away, that we had hitherto not visited.
Named for the lavish dramas popular in Tudor times, this Old Street Spoons looks tiny but goes very far back.
En route to a Spoons we visited this hotel for a pint. We have often admired the bizarre architecture of the building but never ventured inside.
‘Twas a glorious sunny morning when we arrived in Leighton Buzzard, fresh from a 45 minute train journey from London.
We happenstanced upon this gorgeous little Spoons by accident one day in a rush, so it was lovely to be able to come here and enjoy a refreshing pintie. It is moments from Stepney Green station in Mile End and is one of a bounty of Spoons to borrow it’s name from George Orwell.
Located in the heart of the City, the Green Man is named for the pub that stood on these premises prior, also the Green Man. It is situated at No. 1 Poultry, a gorgeous, postmodern corporate complex designed by James Stirling.
Truly gorgeousness and gorgosity made Spoons.