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Too Little Reward at The Arbitrager

The Arbitrager

One thing City punters often bemoan is the lack of ‘local’ type spit-and-sawdust joints in the Square Mile. You know, the sort of boozers to be found in the backstreets of the London suburbs - surly locals, dubious looking sandwiches, and fruit machines guaranteed to stitch you up.

Drink but Don't Eat at Abbey Bar

Wine Glasses - Jonathon Monk

I used to work with a certain client based near Tower Hill, and to get there I had to walk down The Minories, on the edge of the City. Not having travelled on the road for the last year, I was confronted with two new bars...

Rocket for Summertime Drinks

You may well have crossed paths with HITCitizen Mr King-Edwards in one of the City's best drinking spots. In this instalment, he visits the newest branch of Rocket (and likes it). And next week, he goes to the opening of The Abbey Bar. Of course he does.

A Drinking Revolution in Leadenhall

Revolution's Girls

Ask any student (or ex-student) in Manchester or Leeds about Revolution and they'll most likely have fond memories. The franchise, known best for its novelty flavoured Vodkas (toffee, chocolate, rhubarb, custard, etc.) have branches in most big towns including, now, London.

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Too Little Reward at The Arbitrager

One thing City punters often bemoan is the lack of ‘local’ type spit-and-sawdust joints in the Square Mile. You know, the sort of boozers to be found in the backstreets of the London suburbs - surly locals, dubious looking sandwiches, and fruit machines guaranteed to stitch you up.

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