Lamb94 Lambs Conduit Street
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Beautifully preserved, Grade II listed and CAMRA Heritage Victorian pub with dark blue upholstery, a small snug bar and etched glass snob screens in place above the bar. These frosted screens were popular in the 1890s hiding the customer from drinkers in other rooms, but the hinges still allowed the bar staff to check on them without disturbing their privacy. The glorious history of the pub and area is also commemorated by an original working polyphon (predecessor to the gramophone) which can be played in aid of charity and sepia prints of music hall players.
The upstairs Empire Bar (one handpump for Bitter) is also available for hire. Seating available in the small rear garden, enhanced by mirrors. Food served with changing specials. Other than the polyphon, no music. Quiz Sundays -10.30 held in the Empire Room and sponsored by Truman's brewery.
The house beers previously available, either from Sharp's or Redemption, no longer seem to be stocked.