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The Tipperary

66 Fleet Street, Holborn, London, EC4Y 1HT.
Tel: (0207) 583 6470
The Tipperary

Reviews of The Tipperary


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29th Nov 2012 - This is both a good pub and a s**te pub all at once. Its got some ornate victorian advertising mirrors down one side and a dark wood bar the other. Its more of a corridor really but it is very very nice. The entrance area is slightly ruined by a stand covered in tourist leaflets. Feck off leaflets your distracting me while I drink and I don't want to go and see wax people. My Uncle loves it because they sell his favourite Irish crisps and stocks up every time we visit. It is an irish pub and one blog I read said it was the first pub outside Ireland to sell Guinness. No idea if its true and checking takes up my valuable time and I need to pee. It still sells the stuff along side a range of the usual suspects you can get anywhere. I didn't notice any irish drinks except Guiness and Magners or Bulmers but that must be enough to call it an Irish Bar. If all Irish bars I like this I suggest you never use the loos as on my visit they were minging and my urinal basically leaked straight into a plastic jug. Classy. Other than the main Corridor room with the mirrors it was very grubby and didn't seem well looked after and even the main section was dominated by a pointless tv. Some good points and some bad but I'll be back because it is at least open on a saturday.
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27th Feb 2012 - Went into this pub in the middle of the day. Very poor impression - not particularly fragrant, no staff behind the bar. Stood there for about five minutes and still no joy. Eventually went to use the facilities whilst I waited - not to be lauded. Maybe it was just a glitch but when I returned no staff behind the bar - I left. Hope it's better than I think...
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17th Dec 2009 - A long thin Irish pub on Fleet Street. Due to it's size (small) it gets full pretty quick. It's a very nice pub, it's like being in an Irish bar in New York in London in Dublin. Comes complete with resident Irish landlord who is jovial, welcoming, funny, sarcastic and basically Irish.
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2nd May 2006 - Quite a pleasant place in the heart of the city. Most tables taken the evening I was there but it just seemed quiet and certainly no suits to be seen. Good place to switch off from work!
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6th Dec 2005 - Been in here a couple of times in an effort to escape the bland gastro pubs that frequent around this area.

Enjoyed being able to sit down, have a nice pint of Guinness and actually hear what the person i am speaking to is saying! Made the mistake of trying to go in here on St Patrick's Day though, packed to the rafters as you would expect! Very narrow bar downstairs, although there is a bit more room on the upper floors.
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