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76 Narrow St
Limehouse, London
E14 8BP
020 7987 4396

Mon – Sat:                        12pm – 11pm
Sun:                              12pm – 10:30pm

One of London’s oldest pubs, The Grapes has stood on its pebbled Limehouse Reach location for over 400 years. The area was settled during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, with the pub itself mentioned as the site from which Sir Walter Raleigh set sail on his third voyage to the New World. Described in books by Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Grapes survived the Blitz bombings during World War II and still retains its friendly atmosphere and local attitude with its traditional Victorian long bar and English 'pubby' feel.

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