The Falcon retains the name of the inn recorded on this site since the 17th century. A pretty little falcon adorns the sign. This Spoons sold the cheapest Kronie we’ve ever had at a mere £3.05. The price has never been so right. Advertisements
This gem of a Spoons by Westferry station is a nautical dream. Everything from the loo doors to the colour scheme takes one to the sea or least onto a ship. The fabulous facade boasts an ostentatious Greek Doric portico, it is immediately clear why this is a Grade I Listed Building. The former storage… Read More Spoons Tours – the Ledger Building, Canary Wharf
The coronet is a neon picturesque cinematic dream – fittingly, as it was once the Savoy cinema. Renamed the Coronet in 1979, it screened its last film four years later and it became a Wetherspoons in 1996.
Two best friends entered this lovely spoons on a beautiful sunny day. We had been excited to try a wetherspoons iced frappe for a long time now and today was the day we would finally achieve this dream. 5 minutes later we had found a fort and set ourselves up with 2 caramel frappes, at… Read More Spoons Tours – the Liberty Bounds, City
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.
As Shakespeare said: “pleasure and action make the hours seem short” and surely there is no action more pleasurable than setting foot in a Spoons.