Boot116 Cromer Street
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One room ex-Charrington pub rebuilt 1801 but extant in one form or another since at least 1690 when it was the Golden Boot, mentioned in Barnaby Rudge and was the headquarters of the Gordon rioters. Run by Packie Hughes and his wife Mary for over 22 years it has a corner shrine to GAA as well as lots of other bric-a-brac. Beers tend to be from Greene King.